Stock Trader's Almanac 2005

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Wiley, Nov 11, 2004 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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This practical investment tool contains a wealth of information you can use to enhance your profit potential. Organized on a calendar basis, the Almanac alerts you to little-known market patterns and tendencies useful in forecasting market trends. You'll learn:
  • How our presidential elections affect the economy and the stock market.
  • How the passage of the Twentieth Amendment to the Constitution fathered the January Barometer, which has a 90.7% accuracy ratio.
  • Why there is a significant market bias at certain times of the day, week, month, and year.

Even if you pay scant attention to cycles, indicators, and patterns, your investment survival could hinge on your interpretation on one of the recurring patterns found with these pages. Order your copy today!

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About the author (2004)

SCOTT W. BARRIE is a former Chicago Futures Exchange member and has done consulting work for major banks, brokerages, clearinghouses, and commodity pool operators in the area of risk management and market research. A former data coordinator for the Hirsch Organization, Barrie was instrumental in designing and automating the statistics in the Stock Trader's Almanac. He has written numerous articles for Stocks & Commodities, Active Trader, and Futures magazines.

JEFFREY A. HIRSCH is Editor in Chief of the perennially popular Stock Trader's Almanac and Almanac Investor newsletter. He has continued the tradition of Yale Hirsch, the founder, and regularly appears on CNBC, CNN, Fox News, and Bloomberg.

The Hirsch Organization first published "The Stock Trader's Almanac" in 1967, and fulfilled Yale Hirsch's vision of providing historical information to investors. Published continuously for 38 years, the "Almanac" has become one of the most respected and widely referenced investment resources. Well in excess of 1 million copies have been sold to professional investors, money managers, individual investors, and to brokerages and investment houses such as Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch. The Hirsch Organization has also published several newsletters over the years, and currently publishes The Stock Trader's Almanac Investor Newsletter. Yale Hirsch, the founder, and his son, Jeff Hirsch, are frequently quoted in the press from "Barron's" to the "Wall Street Journal," and regularly appear on CNBC, Fox, CNN, and radio. Jeffrey A. Hirsch (Old Tappan, NJ) is the President of Hirsch Organization. He's worked with founder Yale Hirsch for 15 years, taking over as President and Editor in 2001. He appears frequently on CNBC and CNNfn to discuss market cycles and seasonal trends, and also edits the firm's monthly newsletter, "Almanac Investor," J. Taylor Brown (Nyack, NY) is the Vice President of Hirsch Organization.

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