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Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst download ebook
ISBN:
0910418101
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978-0910418102
Author:
Arthur Sklarew
Publisher:
Windsor Books; 1st US Edition 1st Printing edition (April 1, 1980)
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180 pages
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I enjoy reading books that others might consider outdated.

I enjoy reading books that others might consider outdated. p. xi) It covers some familiar ground-chart patterns, Elliott wave theory, trend lines, oscillators, and moving averages-all in support of trend trading. But there are twists even here; moreover, Sklarew offers some tools that are not commonplace.

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Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst. Deceptively simple strategy and tactics coaxes price charts to give up their secrets.

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Does/did anyone employ any of Sklarew's charting techniques? Just curious, I'm reading "Techniques of a Professional . Just curious, I'm reading "Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst" for the ninth (9) time and as always, gleem new insights

Does/did anyone employ any of Sklarew's charting techniques? Just curious, I'm reading "Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst" fo. .Just curious, I'm reading "Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst" for the ninth (9) time and as always, gleem new insights. The man truely had a passion and loved charts greatly, 'coaxing their secrets. My second question is what ever happened to Sklarew? At the time of print twenty-six (26) years ago he was living in Manhatten with his wife. He has probably passed away but I can find no reference. Lastly did Sklarew publish any additional works (. books, white papers) or have any students? Thanks

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Commodity Chart Analyst-forexfinest. Success in commodity trading depends on good price forecasting.

Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst-forexfinest. Artur Sklarew - Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst-. Details: Success in commodity trading depends on good price forecasting. That's what this market classic is about.

) Source: The Rule of Seven price forecast method is from the book, "TECHNIQUES OF A PROFESSIONAL COMMODITY CHART ANALYST" by Arthur Sklarew (first published in 1980). Free Gold-Eagle Newsletter!

Success in commodity trading depends on good price forecasting. That's what this market classic is about. Using price charts (and other simple technical indicators) to time your trades better, spot price trends, estimate the distance a new price thrust will travel, locate logic points for buy and sell stops, and identify potential trend reversal points. Deceptively simple strategy and tactics coaxes price charts to give up their secrets.
Reviews:
  • Painwind
Techniques of a Professional Commodity Chart Analyst is the bible for chart traders. This book is filled with charting techniques that most traders have either forgotten about, never knew, or are unwilling to divulge. It is said that a technique is only good if it is proven over time in the markets, these techniques work. Arthur Sklarew has done an excellent job of describing these techniques. If you use even half of the techniques described in this book you will be a better that average trader!
  • catterpillar
Best Book of Technical Trading yet and it 35 plus years old ... thanks Michael Oliver for pointing me here
  • Dusho
180 pages of more techniques than you could possibly use. The formulas are well explained, the strategies (series of 7, magic number of three, moving averages, exponential moving averages, stochastics, csi, rsi, regression analysis, etc) are also well explained. As somone who has searched for the ultimate formula, oscillator, technique or what ever for trading commodities, after reading this book, I've concluded that you can find a chart or group of charts to justify ANY idea. Given any market, depending on which combination of indicators one chooses, one could justify any decision. Now what good is that?
  • Moonworm
If you take only one of the many techniques explained in this book, you will profit. For example "Net Change Oscillators":

Simple averages are the sum of a number of values divided by the number. As we move along the time line, the oldest value is dropped off and the latest value is added on. The change in the average is the difference between the latest and the oldest (i.e. the net change) divided by the number. The change in the average is called the velocity of price change; therefore, the net change is a measure of that velocity.

When the net change is plotted along a time line, it oscillates across a zero line. This is called the net-change oscillator (NCO). Now let me describe a phenomenon that has given correct signals nine times out of ten in the course of many years of trading commodities, bank bills, indexes, and currencies.

The method is dead-simple: in an uptrend, you draw a guideline across the bottom tips of NCO, in a downtrend the guideline is drawn across the top tips. When the NCO penetrates the guideline, a trend change is imminent[...]
This book is highly recommended.