Martin Pring – Momentum Explained. Vol.1
This book talks about the basic principles of momentum interpretation – how to use them, when to use them, and why they increase. Trading Accuracy Momentum is the measurement of a price move’s velocity, and is one of today’s most popular technical analysis tools for spotting trends and turning points. “Momentum Explained, Volume 1” offers an in-depth introduction on the use of momentum analysis in markets, from stocks and indexes to commodities and currencies. Hands-on tips and techniques, actual trading charts, and examples from real-time trading explain how to generate accurate, momentum-based buy and sell signals using: oscillator interpretations; classic divergences; divergence variations; trendlines; peak and trough analysis; moving averages; changes in primary trends; the Relative Strength Indicator (RSI); the Moving Average Convergent Divergence Indicator (MACD); and stochastics. McGraw-Hill’s “Martin Pring on Technical Analysis” series is an excellent teaching tool for in-depth research, instant reference, and interactive review. It provides technical traders with remarkably accurate methods – proven effective in today’s fast-moving markets – for anticipating and exploiting trends. Actual trading charts show you market momentum in action!
About the Author
Martin Pring, one of today’s most respected names in technical analysis, is president of the International Institute for Economic Research and editor of the well-respected newsletter “The Intermarket Review,” which covers the stock and bond markets, futures, and commodities. Pring has contributed to numerous financial publications, including Barron’s, Futures, and Investment Vision. He is the author of numerous highly acclaimed books including Introduction to Technical Analysis. He is a sought-after speaker for conferences and seminars world wide on technical analysis.