I love financial markets. I have observed markets for years and developed a unique way to read markets. I believe in the power of simple observations - stuff we can see through naked eye and not via complex indicators.
Do yourself a favor. Just watch the market action. It will tell you want you need to know.
Actually, there is nothing complex in the market and one of the reasons of writing stateofthemarket blog has been to illustrate that. I thank all my readers who have motivated me to keep writing through ups and downs of my life and career. Over years, many of you have asked me on how to read stocks on charts. So, the wait is finally over. Here's the Video book
Science of Stock Price Action is a Video book, that explains the concepts through charts that drive stock price movements. There are 12 video chapters in the book:
|2||Reading Charts||20.0 minutes|
|3||The problem with Top and Bottom||7.20 minutes|
|4||Trust the Trend||6.0 minutes|
|5||Breakout 101||9.0 minutes|
|6||Breakout mechanics||6.0 minutes|
|7||Deep Value Buy||10.30 minutes|
|8||Deep Value Case Studies||8.4 minutes|
|9||Turnaround Trading||11.0 minutes|
|10||Turnaround Case Studies||To be Added|
|11||Momentum Accelerator||9.0 minutes|
|12||Trade and the Market Environment||To be Added|
That's not all: I will add many more case studies based chapters as we go along to demonstrate the concepts I have outlined in the book.
Added Bonus: Breakout 2016 Report - (To be Added)
Price: $50. The access to all new chapters for next 6 months
Video Book developed by Deepak Singh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
All Charts in the V-Book derived from Chartalert Software [www.chartalert.com].
When you Buy the above product, you agree to the following:
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