Get All of Visual Guide Series in one Pack:
- Visual Guide to Elliott Wave Trading
- Visual Guide to Candlestick Charting
- Visual Guide to Chart Patterns
- Visual Guide to ETFs
- Visual Guide to Financial Markets
- Visual Guide to Municipal Bonds
- Visual Guide to Options
Visual Guide to Elliott Wave Trading assumes a basic familiarity with the Wave Principle and its application. Much like a strategy book for chess assumes a basic knowledge of how the pieces move around the board, this book assumes a basic knowledge of the various patterns of the Wave Principle and how they fit together.
Visual Guide to Candlestick Charting is highly visual and takes you through all of the information you need in order to master candlestick charting in the broader context of technical analysis. The purpose of setting up the book with these visual aids and in alphabetical order is to explain the meaning of each candlestick indicator, not only by defining the indicator itself and how it appears, but also to provide an analytical context. Knowing the importance of a candlestick indicator as it appears in the price chart helps improve the timing of entry and exit. Every trader needs to rely on analytical signals and patterns to anticipate price movements and to confirm those movements as rapidly as possible. This is where the strength of candlesticks is most important and most valuable.
Visual Guide to Chart Patterns is a concise and accessible visual guide to identifying, understanding, and using chart patterns to predict the direction and extent of price moves. Packed with visual learning enhancements and exercises, this innovative book helps savvy investors and professionals alike master the essential skills of chart pattern recognition. Follow along as chart pattern expert Thomas Bulkowski teaches you to recognize important peaks and valleys that form patterns―footprints of the smart money.
Visual Guide to ETFs looks at where they fit within the world of investment products, how they are structurally differentiated from other products and among themselves, relevant tax considerations, global listings, growth on a global basis, evolution of the product set, and other topics. Also looking towards the future, the text provides information on finding ETFs―including fund searches, fund news, measuring and valuing ETFs, evaluating their correlation to the underlying sector or commodity being tracked, and more. As a result, the book is a resource not just for understanding ETFs today, but for taking advantage of what’s to come.
The essential guide for anyone trying to get a handle on the fundamentals of investing, the Visual Guide to Financial Markets distills 30 years of Bloomberg expertise into one straightforward, easy-to-read volume. The book teaches readers about three basic investment options―governments, companies, and real assets, including gold and other commodities―and offers valuable insights into money-market securities, bonds, stocks, derivatives, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and alternatives.
Visual Guide to Municipal Bonds offers step-by-step guidance to the nature and diversity of municipal securities credit structures. This valuable guide demonstrates the dependability of the overwhelming majority of municipal securities, and points out particular market sectors that may yield greater rewards, but also present greater risks.
Visual Guide to Options uses full-color charts and other illustrations to help readers understand the mechanics and actionable details of the marketplace and how to profit from options trading. An accessible reference volume for investment professionals of all levels of experience, the book takes a direct and to the point approach to the topic, enhanced by colorful and visually effective graphs and charts of the options market. Discussing the functions of the exchanges, how they work, and the strategies for taking advantage of the market while steering clear of risk, this is the ultimate visual guide to understanding the world of trading options.