Table of contents for Trading price action trends : technical analysis of price charts bar by bar for the serious trader / Al Brooks.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction
List of Terms Used in this Book
Part I: Price Action
Chapter 1: The Spectrum of Price Action: Extreme Trends to Extreme Trading Ranges
Chapter 2: Trend Bars, Doji Bars, and Climaxes
Chapter 3: Breakouts, Trading Ranges, Tests, and Reversals
Chapter 4: Bar Basics: Signal Bars, Entry Bars, Setups, and Candle Patterns
Chapter 5: Signal Bars: Reversal Bars
Chapter 6: Signal Bars: Other Types
Chapter 7: Outside Bars
Chapter 8: The Importance of the Close of the Bar
Chapter 9: Exchange Traded Funds and Inverse Charts
Chapter 10: Second Entries
Chapter 11: Late and Missed Entries
Chapter 12: Pattern Evolution
Part II: Trend Lines and Channels
Chapter 13: Trend Lines
Chapter 14: Trend Channel Lines
Chapter 15: Channels
Chapter 16: Micro Channels
Chapter 17: Horizontal Lines: Swing Points and Other Key Price Levels
Part III: Trends
Chapter 18: Example of How to Trade a Trend
Chapter 19: Signs of Strength in a Trend
Chapter 20: Two Legs
Part IV: Common Trend Patterns
Chapter 21: Spike and Channel Trend
Chapter 22: Trending Trading Range Days
Chapter 23: Trend from the Open and Small Pullback Trends
Chapter 24: Reversal Day
Chapter 25: Trend Resumption Day
Chapter 26: Stairs: Broad Channel Trend
About the Author
About the Website
Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Stocks -- Prices -- Charts, diagrams, etc.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Investments & Securities. -- bisacsh