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Table of Contents Forward by John Murphy Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1 Introduction Technical Analysis Technical Indicators A Familiar Breadth Indicator Breadth Relationships The Breadth Dance Chapter 2 Necessary Breadth Information Breadth Components Breadth versus Price The Difference between Daily and Weekly Breadth Data Advantages and Disadvantages of using Breadth Indicators and Terminology You Should be Familiar With About the Charts in this Book Multicollinearity Chapter 3 Breadth Indicators Individual Breadth Indicator Format Chapter Format Indicator Categories General Advance and Decline Information General New High and New Low Information General Up Volume and Down Volume Information Complete List of Breadth Indicators Chapter 4 Advance Decline Difference Indicators Chapter 5 Advance Decline Ratio Indicators Chapter 6 Advance Decline Miscellaneous Indicators Chapter 7 New High New Low Indicators Chapter 8 Up Volume Down Volume Indicators Chapter 9 Composite Indicators Chapter 10 The McClellan Indicators Thoughts on the Continuing Validity of the A-D Line The Relationship between an Exponential Oscillator and its Summation Index The Neutral Point Concept McClellan Summation Index Buy Signal Chapter 11 Putting Breadth to Work Chapter 12 Conclusions Favorite Breadth Indicators McClellan Summation Index for Big Picture of the Market Breadth Consensus Index Appendix A Indicators and Trading Systems - What's the Difference? Appendix B Time Frames for Analysis Appendix C Miscellaneous Information Appendix D Special Offers Bibliography About the Author Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Stock price forecasting.
Stocks -- Prices -- Mathematical models.