|No. of Pages:||390|
About The Book
Prashant Shah, one of the prominent Point & Figure analysts, has presented a wonderful method in the simplest possible way. His approach of making things objective and rule-based has lent a new dimension to the world's oldest charting technique.
This is a comprehensive book on trading and analysis using the Point and Figure methodology. The concepts are explained with many real-life chart examples from the Indian market.
A peek into what you will find:
Both experienced as well as novice can benefit from the concepts discussed. A thorough understanding of the contents of the book would help the reader reduce the noise and achieve consistent success in markets using the Point & Figure charts.
About The Author
Prashant is the founder member of Definedge solutions (www.definedge.com), a company that's into market analysis software, training and research. He has been practicing technical analysis and Point and Figure charts in particular, for a number of years. He has taught this method to thousands of traders and investors. He is working with many traders and analysts, writing research reports, designing trading systems and developing financial products. He is the architect of the market analysis software called Trade Point, which is being used and appreciated by many professional traders and market analysts due to its advanced and unlimited capabilities.
Prashant is one of the few professionals with a number of coveted and renowned designations in the financial industry. He has been awarded Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and a Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) by a CMT Association and International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) respectively. He is also a holder of the right to Master of Financial Technical Analysis certification designation by IFTA for the original research conducted by him on line break swing trading techniques.
|Title:||Trading the Markets the Point & Figure way: become a noiseless trader and achieve consistent success in markets||Publisher:||Notion Press|
|No. of Pages:||390|