Eight months in advance, one eccentric genius predicted the start of history's greatest bull marketaaccurate to within 17 days and 7 Dow Jones points. Then, days before his death, he called its endaprecisely. Louis Rukeyser called him quncannily accurate.q The Stock Traders Almanac called his work qthe finest long-term forecast we have ever seen.q Honored by his peers, admired for his profound knowledge of history and markets, George Lindsay is now nearly forgotten. Much of his most significant research has been relegated to yellowing, typed newsletters. Until now. In George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis, Ed Carlson demonstrates the immense power of Lindsay's methods in today's markets. Using visual models, Carlson explains Lindsay's models clearly, simply, and intuitively. Using this book, investors and traders can apply these techniques without strong mathematical expertise, and without deciphering Lindsay's dense writing style. Carlson walks through using Lindsay's qThree Peaks and a Domed Houseq model to uncover surprising patterns in qhaphazardq short-lived movementsab using Lindsay's qTiming Method for Tradersq to identify tradeable market tops and get out of bull markets in timeab predicting qdecisive, often violentq market movements, and more. This book is an indispensable addition to any technical analysis libraryaand every technician's trading arsenal. Awarded qBest Investment Book of the Yearq - Stock Traders Almanac 2012cold New York winters and move to warm and sunny Los Angeles. The 1944 voter rolls show George and Nellie both registered as Republicans and living in an apartment building in Hollywood. George continued to live with Nellie until her anbsp;...
|Title||:||George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2012|