Technical Analysis of Stock Trends by Robert D. Edwards and John Magee, Jr.
Springfield, Mass. : Stock Trend Service, 1948. Second edition. Hardcover. 431 pages ; diagrams ; 24 cm. Musty odor within pages, otherwise a good condition with original dust jacket, firm binding, clean pages, and free of markings.
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF STOCK TRENDS
The serious losses suffered during the past two years by investors who depended on the superficial statistics of earnings and dividends —only to see market values melt away in complete disregard for all such "orthodox" appraisals—have resulted in redoubled demand for an up-to-date text on the more realistic technical approach to investors' problems which was first so ably organized and presented by the late Richard W. Schabacker.
Particularly timely therefore is this comprehensive treatise written for the layman as well as more advanced traders and investors, incorporating the results of many years of research and practical test in the market by Mr. Edwards and Mr. Magee.
Starting with an especially thorough yet easy to understand exposition of the Dow Theory—forerunner of all technical aid to investors—the authors explore without prejudice explain and illustrate all those technical methods of market trend diagnosis which have proved to be profitable, yet can be utilized by even the novice with a minimum of time and equipment.
Particularly valuable to all classes of investors will be the many illustrations of actual market charts which supplement the text.
The reader will, in fact, find this to be the most fully and elaborately illustrated book ever published on the theory and practice of trading in the stock market. In its nearly five hundred pages there are more than two hundred charts and diagrams. These charts show what actually has and does happen. The emphasis throughout the book is on how individual stocks and the market as a whole really act, rather than on how the theoretical economists think they should act.
Mr. Edwards, it may be added, was an associate of, and has carried forward for fifteen years the practical research in stock trends which the late Mr. Schabacker instituted. Mr. Magee's contribution, in Part Two, has to do with tactical applications in trading (out of his own successful experience) of the principles of Technical Analysis.
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