7/28/08

any recommendations? i have a little background with candlesticks, a few patterns macd, etc but nothing too in depth. preferably looking for a book under $40. if anyone knows something specific about the new bloomberg book by mark tinghino that would be helpful as well. thanks.

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7/29/08

john murphys technical anlaysis book is the standard, then its just figuring out what works for you. start at the basics which are a necessity like understanding support and resistance, how moving averages can act as support/resistance, etc. i dont like MACD cause i find its always a bit late. personally i find that fibonaccis and Elliot Waves work for me, but that is subjective at times and can be difficult to pick up initially. definitely read up on those if youre interested though

7/29/08

"Oh the ladies ever tell you that you look like a fucking optical illusion" - Frank Slaughtery 25th Hour.

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