1. Introduction

This is a book about market timing. It applies using technical analysis on fundamental, economic, monetary, sentiment, and price data to determine the optimal times for buying and selling the stock market over the normal business cycle. Most professional analysts are bound to one of two disciplines: fundamental or technical. Fundamental is the study of economic, corporate, and monetary factors, and technical is the study of prices, especially market prices. There seems to be little common ground, and this is too bad because both have their merits. I think one of the reasons is that fundamental analysts do not understand technical methods, and vice versa; technicians distrust fundamental data as being too late. This book will change ...

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