Table of contents for How to select stocks using technical analysis / Martin J. Pring.


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1. The Concept of Relative Strength                  3
2. How to Interpret Relative Strength                7
3. Marketplace Examples of Relative Strength        18
4. Smoothed Long-Term Momentum                      31
5. Introducing the Know Sure Thing (KST)            46
6. Financial Markets and the Business Cycle         54
7. The Chronology of Bond, Stock, and
Commodity Turning Points                      63
8. Group Rotation around the Business Cycle         82
9. Selecting Groups and Stocks at
Major Turning Points                          98
10. Using Changes in Strategic Relationships to
Identify Rotational Leadership Changes        115
11. Combining Long-Term Perspective with
Short-Term Signals to Isolate Attractive
Stock Candidates: I1                               127
12. Combining Long-Term Perspective with
Short-Term Signals to Isolate Attractive
Stock Candidates: 11                               133



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Investment analysis, Stocks, Stock price forecasting