If you use technical analysis in your trading you owe it to yourself to study Mark Lim’s The Handbook of Technical Analysis (Wiley, 2016). It’s a hefty book, nearly 1,000 pages (which for some strange reason is not available in hard cover, only in paperback or in a digital edition). You certainly won’t read it straight through in a couple of sittings. But it is a treasure trove of information and often subtly different interpretation, not simply a rehash of all the other books on technical analysis that are available. It is also, as the cover says, a suitable text for those studying for certification as a technical analyst in the U.S., UK, or Australia.
The book could have used a good proofreader, but otherwise it is a first-rate self-study guide and reference book. Those who buy the book also have access to an online test bank.
Enough said. It’s a keeper.
According to a recent interview, Corsair Capital's founder Jay Petschek did not plan to be a hedge fund manager. After holding various roles on Wall Street, Petschek decided to launch the fund in January 1991, when his family and friends were asking him to buy equities on their behalf. He realized the best structure for Read More