About the Author
Considering the fact that Richard Schabacker died aged thirty-six, he left a remarkably strong mark on the investment world. Considered the grandfather of technical analysis, his writing forms the basis of contemporary thought on the subject. During his lifetime he was granted prestigious editorial positions by the leading financial publications of the 1920s including that of Financial Editor of Forbes magazine. In 1930 he published his first book on contemporary investmant practices, ‘Stock Market Theory and Practice’ , which was followed in 1932 by ‘Technical Analysis’ and in 1934 by ‘Stock Market Profits: A Course in Forecasting’.