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Dow Theory: From Bear Markets to Bull Markets- How to Predict Market Movements with the Original Theory of Technical Analysis by [Young, Michael]
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  • File Size: 507 KB
  • Print Length: 24 pages
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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9b027f6c) out of 5 stars 24 reviews
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HASH(0x9ae01570) out of 5 stars Good Beginners Look at the Dow Theory 19 April 2014
By Marianne Landis - Published on Amazon.com
Good overall short book about the Dow Theory. Reviews the fluctuations of the market and how they impact, or should impact, your trading. Explains what the Dow Theory is and that once a trader understands it, he can utilize it for more intelligent trading. Goes over the different types of fluctuations in the market and what causes them. Probably most important is that it explains how to recognize the market movements and trade accordingly. Would have liked to see some examples, charts, diagrams, or something like that.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ae01978) out of 5 stars Useful Information 14 April 2014
By Marifi - Published on Amazon.com
For experienced investors (not me ) who have seen many market ups and downs, often take the view that the market will even out, over time. Historically high market prices often discourage these investors from investing, while historically low prices may represent an opportunity. This book help me understand how the tendency of a variable, such as a stock price, to converge on an average value over time and several economic indicators can be use to predict market movements.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b8f55dc) out of 5 stars great for quick understanding and terminology 9 April 2014
By Ellen McConnell - Published on Amazon.com
I had to find a book to give me a quick background of Dow Theory and how it's application can affect different areas of investing. This book really hit the mark, as the author states; "...Dow Theory puts another arrow in the investor's bow."

In the end, investing is a crap-shoot, but quick guides like this do help navigate with a little more basic understanding. Just what I needed for this project!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ae019f0) out of 5 stars Much needed info. 20 April 2014
By CKW - Published on Amazon.com
Really enjoyed this book. I finally understand what a Bull and Bear market is. The book has much more than that, but the price of the book was worth that alone to me. I think if you are new to trading as I am, this is a must read and I am sure I will re-read it several times. Another great reference in Michael Young's series.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ae01d80) out of 5 stars "Make The Trend Your Friend" - An essential additional tool for a Day Trader... 11 April 2014
By Carla - Published on Amazon.com
This book is a primer on the Dow Theory, which is just a way of thinking about investment markets and rationalizing their moves and long term direction in order to understand how it all works, which is essential to knowing how to invest properly. It's an important tool for a day trader. The book is short and simply written but very descriptive, which is why I gave it 5 stars.

The book discusses how the theory of the market has three assumptions: the price trend can't be manipulated (even though individual stocks may be manipulated for a period of time); the market reflects everything; and the theory is not infallible.

It goes on to discuss the Dow Theory which posits that there are three types of price movements (primary trends, secondary movements and daily fluctuation) and that recognizing these can help a trader catch the big swings and make big profits. The book does a good job of describing these movements and makes it clear that unless one recognizes these movements for what they are, one can have big losses (for example, by focussing too much on the daily fluctuations and making poor decisions as a result)!

The book also discusses the three stages of each of the bull and bear markets, which helps the reader to understand the market.

This is an essential read for an investor or day trader who wants to add to his or her arsenal and get a bigger picture understanding of the market. It's background, general knowledge that helps one invest well and properly.

To boot, it also comes with BONUS MATERIAL: the free Trading Toolkit, which has so many resources to help out an investor. Another great read from Michael Young.
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