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Assessment of the technical patterns and chart formations in the trading of a company's securities.

Robert W. Colby (2003). The Encyclopedia of Technical Market Indicators. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 820 p. [2nd ed.]). Stock price indexes--United States; Stocks--Prices--United States--Charts, diagrams, etc.

Robert D. Edwards and John Magee (2001). Technical Analysis of Stock Trends (New York, NY: AMACOM, 752 p. [8th ed.]). Investment analysis; Stock exchanges -- United States; Securities -- United States

William F. Eng (1988). The Technical Analysis of Stocks, Options, & Futures: Advanced Trading Systems and Techniques (Chicago, IL: Probus Pub., 465 p.). Stocks; Options (Finance); Stock index futures.

Mark W. Helweg, David C. Stendahl (2002). Dynamic Trading Indicators: Winning with Value Charts and Price Action Profile. (New York, NY: Wiley, 230 p.). Stocks--Charts, diagrams, etc.; Investment analysis.

Andrew W. Lo and Jasmina Hasanhodzic (2009). The Heretics of Finance : Conversations with the Leading Practioners of Technical Analysis. (New York, NY: Bloomberg Press, 464 p.). Harris & Harris Group Professor (MIT Sloan School of Management). Investment advisors; Investment analysis. Why technical analysis draws loyal fans; role of creativity, emotion, intuition, insights into patterns, strategies, applications.

Andrew W. Lo and Jasmina Hasanhodzic (2010). The Evolution of Technical Analysis: Financial Prediction from Babylonian Tablets to Bloomberg Terminals. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 212 p.). Harris & Harris Group Professor of Finance (MIT Sloan School of Management) and the Director of MIT's Laboratory for Financial Engineering; Research Scientist at Alpha-Simplex Group, LLC. Technical analysis (Investment analysis) --History. History of "dark art" of technical analysis (trading technique to divine trends, reversals, cycles, other predictable patterns in historical market prices); creation, evolution of technical analysis from rise of speculative trading in ancient Babylon, through Middle Ages, Renaissance, Industrial revolution to rise of Wall Street as world's financial center; eastern markets of China and Japan vs. Western practices; contributions of Charles Dow, Munehisa Homma, Humphrey B. Neill, William D. Gann.

John J. Murphy (1999). Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets : A Comprehensive Guide to Trading Methods and Applications (New York, NY: New York Institute of Finance, 542 p. [rev. 1986 ed.]). Futures market.; Commodity exchanges

Martin J. Pring (2002). Technical Analysis Explained : The Successful Investor's Guide to Spotting Investment Trends and Turning Points. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 560 p. (4th ed.)). Investment Analysis.

--- (2002). How To Select Stocks Using Technical Analysis. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 162 p.). Investment analysis; Stocks; Stock price forecasting.

Jack D. Schwager (1996). Technical Analysis. (New York, NY: Wiley, 775 p.). Investment Analysis.

--- (1999). Getting Started in Technical Analysis. (New York, NY: Wiley, 339 p.). Stock price forecasting; Investment analysis; Stocks--Charts, diagrams, etc.

Chris Wilkinson (1997). Technically Speaking: Tips and Strategies from 16 Top Traders. (Greenville, SC: Traders Press, 488 p.). Investment analysis.



Hess Collection at University of Toledo                                                                                                           http://www.cl.utoledo.edu/canaday/hess/introduction.html                                          

July 1987 - The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections (University of Toledo) received the Hess Collection, a bequest of Dr. Nicholas Gimbel. Originally, these books were collected by Gimbel's father who was a partner in the New York brokerage firm Birdsall & Hess. Consists of books on the history of a variety of financial markets (stock, commodity, bond, etc.), fiction, biography, humor, and even works denouncing the stock market altogether. Perhaps the strongest area of concentration in this collection is made up of books on "technical analysis."

Technical Analysis from A to Z by Steven B. Achelis                                                                     http://www.equis.com/free/taaz/bibliography.htm


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