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Chapter 6. Bottom Fishing, Top Spotting,... > A Quick Review of Where We Have Been

A Quick Review of Where We Have Been

In Chapter 1, “The No-Frills Investment Strategy,” we reviewed concepts regarding and methods of creating investment portfolios that are likely to produce above-average rates of return at below-average risk. Chapter 2, “Two Quick-and-Dirty Stock Market Mood Indicators,” featured two easily maintained market mood indicators that have had excellent long-term histories of separating higher-risk from lower-risk investment climates. Chapter 3, “Moving Averages and Rates of Change: Tracking Trend and Momentum,” discussed how to use moving averages to define the direction and strength of market trend, along with rate of change indicators to further clarify the momentum of such trends.

Chapter 4, “More Than Just Pretty Pictures: Power Tool Chart Patterns,” featured special chart patterns—angle changes that project, sometimes months in advance, likely price and time objectives for market cycles; wedge formations, which provide indications of coming direction changes in stock prices; and other charting techniques that can help you determine likely stopping places of price movement in the stock market. Finally, Chapter 5, “Political, Seasonal, and Time Cycles: Riding the Tides of Market Wave Movements,” investigated the significance of political and calendar time cycles, and how these can be used to predict when and where significant stock market junctures might occur.


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