Month: December 2008
Maximum Trading Gains with the Anchored VWAP results from decades of research and application by the author. It builds on Shannon’s foundational book, Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes.
Author Brian Shannon, CMT, explains how to use the Anchored VWAP (AVWAP) to make better entries and exits, to time breakouts and breakdowns, and to set stop losses. Both new and experienced traders and investors will appreciate the book’s insights and systematic approach to using AVWAP in a variety of situations including IPOs, support and resistance, market direction, short sales and squeezes, and financial news.
In the author’s words, “The AVWAP represents the absolute truth of the relationship between a stock’s supply and demand, and is 100% objective.” Every chapter includes solid advice on managing risk, which Shannon emphasizes throughout the book, “is Job One.” Shannon is a trader’s trader who avoids jargon. The book offers over 145 color charts, tables and case studies to set out a definitive framework for understanding the three most important components in the market: price, time, and volume. Readers will learn to work with the market’s psychology and their own.
The eBook is on Google Play in 70 countries.
The ebook is on Apple in 18 countries.
January Effect Candidates 2009
Picking bottoms (or a top) in a stock is one of the most difficult jobs on Wall Street and it is something which I rarely attempt to do. There is, however, one time of year that I have had success in finding deeply oversold stocks … Read More
Absence of Supply
A goal without a plan is just a wish.~Antoine de Saint-Exupery
We find no real satisfaction or happiness in life without obstacles to conquer and goals to achieve.~Maxwell Maltz
Volume will likely be light in the overall market and the better opportunities will likely be found in individual stocks today. One group which should get a lot of action is the gold related stocks. Below are thirty gold stocks in order of volume traded … Read More
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