Momentum Explained, Volume 1

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2002 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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Martin Pring is one of the most respected names in the field of technical analysis. He has written several successful books for McGraw-Hill and speaks worldwide at seminars and conferences on technical analysis. His most successful McGraw-Hill titles is Technical Analysis Explained, now in its 3rd edition, which has sold more than 47,000 copies. McGraw-Hill also published Martin Pring's Introduction to Technical Analysis. This book was the first in an intended series of seven books on various aspects of technical analysis. Now, Momentum Explained, Volume I is the fifth book in the series. McGraw-Hill will be publishing the entire series of this well-known figure. Each book in the series is a complete guide to a key aspect of technical analysis. Using numerous illustrations, the books are entrylevel guides that explain and demonstrate the tools of technical analysis. The books use an interactive CD-ROM/workbook format to cover every important element of technical analysis. The entire series helps traders develop their technical analysis skills using CD tutorials that allow the reader to practice the techniques in realistic market scenarios. There is also a self-test at the end of ea

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Martin J. Pring is the chairman of Pring Turner Capital groups as well as the strategist for the Pring Turner Business Cycle ETF (symbol DBIZ). He is the founder of, which provides research for financial institutions and individual investors around the world. The site also features a 15+ hour interactive online video training course on technical analysis. Since 1984, he has published the InterMarket Review, a monthly market review offering a long-term synopsis of the world's major financial markets, and, in 2013, he joined Golden Gate University as an adjunct professor teaching a virtual graduate-level course on technical analysis.

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