Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets

By John J. Murphy,

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1 author picked Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets as one of their favorite books. Why do they recommend it?

This book has been the bible for technical analysts since its first iteration in 1985 and is a comprehensive guide to the established knowledge of the markets. It covers chart structure, trends, moving averages, oscillators, technical indicators, and all types of charts in the 542 pages of the 1999 edition, which added candlestick patterns to the older version, and is a great reference guide for all the traditional charting.

However, that is the latest edition, so it contains nothing on Ichimoku (cloud) charting, an incredibly interesting if esoteric development, which is one of the reasons I felt that I should…

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