Table of contents for Technical analysis plain and simple : charting the markets in your language / Michael N. Kahn.

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Preface
About this book
A few things you'll need to know before you begin
1	Required background
2	What is technical analysis?
3	What is a chart?
4	Jargon you cannot avoid
The core of chart analysis
4.5 Concepts 
5	What are supply and demand in the markets
6	The trend is your friend and so are trendlines
7	See the forest and the trees
8	Chart patterns ? when the market needs a rest
9	Chart patterns ? when the market is changing its mind
10	Chart patterns ? explosions
11	Corrections in perspective
Technical analysis in the real world
12	What is there other than price?
12.X	Volume
12.Y	Time
12.Z	Sentiment
13	How can you draw these factors together?
14	What makes a stock look good?
15	Risk vs. reward ? is this stock really worth it?
16	This isn't brain surgery
The actual process of investing
17	OK now do it!
18	How to know if you are wrong
19	Sometimes being wrong is good
20	When to sell
20.5 Bear Markets
21	A word about your ego
Tools and case studies
22	What do you really need to get started?
23	Building your technical toolbox
24	Final advice
25	Case study ? introduction
26	Case study ? the real world
27	How good is your broker's stock?
Further on down the road
28	Introduction to candlesticks
29	Cycles
29.5 Elliott Waves
30	Technical terms you may have heard
31	Debunking the TV analyst
Fun with jargon
Closing thoughts

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Investment analysis.