The Secret Science of the Stock Market about time and price. “Timing is evething” is the saying but that presumes that you buy or sell at extremely favorable prices, and these only come infrequently and exist for only brief moments. To be a success in the markets you must buy low and sell high and that is always a relative concept.
There is only one absolute high and one final low and try ing to catch them every day is a certain way to ruin. That’s why 99% of all traders are trend followers who assume the existing trend will continue and keep buying or selling until they start to lose money doing so and then they reverse strategy.
If we can better detemine just when the trend will reverse and get in early, our rates of return will dramatically increase. This book will show you numerous ways to greatly increase those odds of trading at the right time and price.
The Secret Science of the Stock Market is technical in nature and is based on the assumption that to detemine the trend you need only price data. Charts will show the true trend if interpreted correctly and persistence in trend can be determined by applying certain principles to longer-term charts for longer-term persistence in trend.
As has been stated many times “the trend is your friend” and you want to trade with the trend. Confusion arises when we mix time periods as a trend on a 5-minute chart or an hourly chart may be quite different from the trend on a weekly or monthly chart. If the long term weekly chart pattern is up w’e can still buy and sit with a flat position wasting time for two to three weeks or more before we make any money.
Since the rate of return on our capital is the most important thing, We must pay close attention to timing move’s that will get us invested in moving markets in strong trends.
This book will do that and at the same time will probably eliminate 90% of your bad trading habits if the advice is followed. A mistake not made is almost as good as a profitable trade.
- Chapter 1.: Lines
- Chapter 2: Logarithms
- Chapter 3: Jenkins True Trend Lines
- Chapter 4: Squaring The Range
- Chapter 5: Circles
- Chapter 6: Squares
- Chapter 7: Pythagorean Theorem
- Chapter 8: Gann Square of Nine
- Chapter 9: Music
- Chapter 10: Ratios
- Chapter 11: Let The Market Tell You
- Chapter 12: Working Examples