Candlestick Charting is one of today's most versatile and popular technical trader's tools. First used successfully by rice traders in eighteenth-century Japan, candlesticks have gained newfound popularity among today's fast-action breed of trader. "Candlesticks Explained" - a powerful, four-hour multimedia CD-ROM tutorial and workbook - offers a comprehensive analysis of the unique graphic traits and interpretive powers of candlestick charts. Complete with basic principles, market-proven techniques, and real-time examples of Japanese candlesticks and other Eastern charting techniques in action, it explains: basics of candlestick construction; Dojis Umbrella lines; spinning tops; reversal patterns; continuation patterns; high-price and low-price gapping plays; blended candles; integrating candlesticks with Western charting; three-line break charts; Renko charts; Kagi charts; and candle volume charts. McGraw-Hill's "Martin Pring on Technical Analysis" series is a unique combination of in-depth audio-visual CD-ROM tutorial and workbook, and is an excellent teaching tool for in-depth research, instant reference, and interactive review. It provides technical traders with remarkably accurate methods - proven effective in today's fast-moving markets - for anticipating and exploiting trends.
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