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12 июля 2009 | Автор: Admin | Рубрика: Научная литература » Экономика | Комментариев: 0

Stock Trader's Almanac 2005 (Stock Trader's Almanac): Jeffrey A. Hirsch, Yale Hirsch, Hirsch Organization
Wiley | ISBN: 0471649368 | 2004-10-28 | PDF (OCR) | 192 pages | 2.30 Mb

This practical investment tool contains a wealth of information you can use to enhance your profit potential. Organized on a calendar basis, the Almanac alerts you to little-known market patterns and tendencies useful in forecasting market trends. You'll learn: How our presidential elections affect the economy and the stock market.
How the passage of the Twentieth Amendment to the Constitution fathered the January Barometer, which has a 90.7% accuracy ratio.
Why there is a significant market bias at certain times of the day, week, month, and year.
Even if you pay scant attention to cycles, indicators, and patterns, your investment survival could hinge on your interpretation on one of the recurring patterns found with these pages. Order your copy today!
Summary: Beware of superbookdeals seller
Rating: 5
If you want to buy the book, go ahead, just be careful of superbookdeals, they take your money but don't deliver and don't answer emails. Caveat Emptor.
Summary: An Amazing Stock Tool
Rating: 5
The Stock Trader's Almanac has already helped me with my trades.
What does it do?
It tells you what has happened in the Dow and Nasdaq in the passt so that you can predict with fairly good accuracy what will happen in the future. It also tells you in very plain English what the seasonal trends have been and what trends have been in pre and post presidential elections.
I would highly recommend this book.
Summary: This book has already helped me with my trades
Rating: 5
The Stock Trader's Almanac tells you what has happened historically in the market so that you can predict with fairly good accuracy what will happen in the future.
For example: The Day after most holidays are almost always great for the market. An exception is the day after Easter which is almost always a down day in the market but the Tuesday after Easter usually surges. I read that information, checked my charts, and placed my orders accordingly. Guess what? The market performed exactly as it's historical record predicted.
This book is a wonderful source of seasonal trends and historical data. After all to ignore the past is to go blindly into the future.
I would highly recommend this book.
Summary: Essential tool for any market historian.
Rating: 5
I've been investing and trading for 24 years and it's just been recently (in the last 5 years) that I have discovered how well it pays to be a historian when it comes stocks. The almanac is an essential tool for any serious market historian and is packed full of useful information relevant to minor to major market trends and statistics that should be in the minds of anyone who wants to make money trading stocks. This book costs you nothing. It will pay for itself.
Summary: A Decent Book on Historical Stock Market Data
Rating: 4
A reasonably good reference book on historical stock market data. It was never designed to teach derivatives trading, long/short executions or day trading. It is historical reference data to be taken and used as you wish.
Mr. Twain was far too harsh on the book and makes one wonder if he has ever invested serious money ( $ 500,000.00+ ) ,in the markets whether he was long, short or day trading. Crabel and Rashke advocate short term trading, not strategic or tactical investing. The Stock Trader's Almanac is better used as an investing tool for those that like to revisit historical perspectives, I have used it on occasion myself. The book is well worth $ 13.98 especially as an educational tool for the novice.
I am a professional stock investor / trader and average a net profit income of $ 250,000.00+ yearly from a total investment of $ 750,000.00 in the markets. I go long, short, equities, commodities, etc. I still refer to the Almanac on occasion and likely will continue to do so.

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