The creative genius of Gerald Appel has assembled this encyclopedia of winning strategies and technical indicators.
The systems strategies and indicators of many well known analysts are detailed in this book: Larry Williams’ accumulation-distribution formula; Worden’s tick system; Zweig’s Option-Activity ratio; Arm’s short term trading index (TRIN); Granville’s On-Balance Volume system; Edson Gould’s speed resistance lines, and many more. In addition, you are shown the inner workings of the Haurlan Index, the Haller Theory, the interpretation of the A/D Line, the McClellan Oscillator and many other tools.
Other helpful strategies include the most bullish trendline information, how to predict trendline violations, an early warning system, how to interpret the most active list, the best hours, days and months to buy, and much, much more.
Paperback: 232 pages
Publisher: Traders Press (December 1, 1991)
Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.4 x 0.6 inches
About The Author Gerald Appel
Gerald Appel is the president of Signalert Corporation, an investment advisory firm that manages approximately $280 million in capital. Signalert also publishes the technical newsletter Systems and Forecasts, highly rated by The Hubert Financial Digest and by Timer Digest for its performance in market timing.
Gerald developed the Moving Average Convergence-Divergence (MACD) Indicator, and has written twelve books relating to investment strategies, including Winning Market Systems, Double Your Money Every Three Years, Stock Market Trading Systems, The Big Move, New Directions in Technical Analysis (co-author, Dr. Martin E. Zweig), and Time-Trend III. In addition, Gerald has had many articles published in such publications as Money, Barron’s, and Stocks and Commodities magazines. He has also produced and appeared in a number of videotapes related to technical investment strategies. Gerald has presented at a number of seminars within the United States and abroad, and has appeared on “Wall Street Week” with Louis Rukeyser and is a frequent guest on other television programs on the financial news networks and elsewhere.