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  • Hardcover: 424 pages
  • Publisher: Kogan Page; 6 edition (3 Dec. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 074945637X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749456375
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.6 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 437,365 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This book will entertain and intrigue keen investors. --Financial Times

As clear cut and easy-to-read an introduction as one could want. --The Independent

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Post-credit crunch, this book shows how to unshackle the emotional factors from serious investment decision-making

Demonstrates how to use the analysis of financial cycles as a profitable forecasting tool

Provides a practical three-dimensional trading plan

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Tony Plummer's recent visit to New York and his speech at the Princeton Club had prompted me to reread his book. In his quiet, understated but with a tremendous clarity and style this professional money manager reveals mass psychology behind market moves. If the markets drive you crazy with their seemingly irrational swings, read this book to see the logic behind disorder. Tony Plummer illuminates market movements for you in a way that will impact your understanding for as long as you trade. Then he shares some of his analytic techniques. This book belongs on the desk of every serious technical analyst and trader! MAKE SURE you get this latest edition - Forecasting Financial Markets, published in 1998. For some reason, the three editions of his book have been published by three different publishers under different titles (marketing geniuses!!!) who continue to sell their outdated editions. So make sure to get the latest one!
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This is an exceptional piece of work that I would recommend to anyone with an interest in financial markets. It's excellently written, and very clear. Not only is it a great exploration of technical analysis, but contains some amazing insights into psychology and the impact of crowd behaviour on the stock markets. The fact that it is in its 6th edition is testimony to its quality. An absolute must.
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This is a fascinating insight into, among other things, the influence of crowd behaviour on financial markets. Compelling and wonderfully written. This has really stood the test of time since its first edition. I recommend to anyone with an interest in stock markets, professional or as a layperson.
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What's the point of this book? I really couldn't get it. Is it a book about technical analysis? Yes, it is. It puts a great effort to expound how to predict markets by observing cycles and patterns. But the rest of the book about technical analysis is limited and shallow, except for its evaluation of the Elliott wave principle. It's writing style is too complicated and hard to follow as well. I genuinely don't think it can get the message across effectively to those who want to learn more about technical analysis in order to 'forecast' financial markets. Having said that, I found the fourth part of this book: 'The trader at work' actually quite useful. It helps you to understand your personality type toward financial markets; it also provide you with advice about how to rectify the drawbacks associated with your personality. Lastly, it's never easy to forecast financial markets. I was impressed by the book title when I came across this book. Unfortunately, I didn't find impressive arguments in it.
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I totally agree with the first reviewer of this book. The "price pulse" theory is terribly written and very hard to understand??? But saying that the last few chapters "The Trader at Work" are redeeming...but not enough to raise the book above a 1 star.
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