Getting Started in Chart Patterns has 79 ratings and 2 reviews. An accessible guide to understanding and using technical chart patterns Chart pattern ana. Getting Started in Chart Patterns, 2nd Edition. by Thomas Bulkowski. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons. Release Date: April ISBN: Read “Getting Started in Chart Patterns” by Thomas N. Bulkowski with Rakuten Kobo. Your plain-English guide to understanding and using technical chart.
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Substantially revised and expanded, this new edition stay true to the original, with author Thomas Bulkowski’s frank discussion of how trading behavior can affect the bottom line. Interwoven throughout the technical presentations are fascinating anecdotes drawn thomaa the author’s quarter-century as a professional trader that vividly demonstrate how one of the best in the business leverages the power pattersn chart patterns.
If you’re looking to gain a better understanding of this discipline, look no further than the Second Edition of Getting Started in Chart Patterns. Chart pattern analysis is not only one of the most importantinvesting tools, but also one of the most popular. Filled withexpert insights and practical advice from one of the best in vhart, Getting Started in Chart Patterns, Second Edition helps new and seasoned traders alike profit by tracking andidentifying specific chart patterns.
Substantially revised and expanded, this new edition of thepopular guide now includes additional charts for ETFs and mutualfunds. It introduces more chadt 40 key getfing formations, as well astrading tactics that can be used in conjunction with them.
Itsupplies actual trades with dollar amountsalong with authorThomas Bulkowski’s frank discussion of how trading behavior canaffect the bottom line. Interwoven throughout the technicalpresentations are fascinating anecdotes drawn from the author’squarter-century as a professional trader that vividly demonstratehow one of the best in the business leverages the power of chartpatterns.
Combining objective analysis with a fictional element has resultedin a highly entertaining read, one that any trader will benefitfrom. I always do better in my own trading after reading aBulkowski book.
This is the practical, down-to-earth guidance youhave been looking for in books on technical analysis. Evenbetter, he admits that patterns don’t always deliver what we expectand he quantifies both success and failure rates for the topmoneymaking patterns. Nobody writes about chart work better thanBulkowski. It is his passion; itprobably tjomas will become yours after reading this book. A must forbudding technicians! Before earning enough from his investments to”retire” from his day job at age 36, Bulkowski was a hardwaredesign engineer with Raytheon and a senior software engineer forTandy Corporation.
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Your plain-English guide to understanding and using technical chart patterns Chart pattern analysis is not only one of the most important investing tools, but also one of the most popular. Includes additional charts for ETFs and mutual funds Introduces more than 40 key chart formations, as well as trading tactics that can be used in conjunction with them Bg actual trades, with their corresponding dollar amounts If you’re looking to gain a better understanding of this discipline, look no further than the Second Edition of Getting Started in Chart Patterns.
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Getting Started in Chart Patterns by Thomas N. Bulkowski
Getting Started in Technical Analysis. Swing and Day Trading: Evolution of a Trader. From the Back Cover Your plain-English guide to understanding and using technicalchart patterns Chart pattern analysis is not only one of the most importantinvesting tools, fhomas also one of the most popular.
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It’s a good book on chart statistics and charting for day to long term trades, I would not recommend for a beginner because you will get confused better suited for an intermediate or experience trader or investor who wants an overview of statistics and some trading and investment pointers.
I had no clue there was so much to see in charts. The charts are explained very clearly. It wasn’t exactly what I was looking for but this book really is what the cover says it is, charts, charts, and more charts.
Getting Started in Chart Patterns, 2nd Edition
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I red the book about two months ago and then I went to my charts pztterns draw every pattern I saw In factthey do work pretty well. Patterns were a good complement for my technical analysis. I’m an options trader, so timing is everything in my business. This book is not the be all and end all of chart patterns.
This is the book to Get you Started in Chart Patterns. Yes, he does advertise his more expensive books, The Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns and Trading Classic Chart Patterns, but you know what, they are all completely worth it. They were my next logical step in my education to learn about charting. Stock charts tell you everything you need to know about people’s opinion’s of companies. I personally still use some basic fundamentals along the line of CANSLIM, because I believe a strong company gets an even better opinion with people, though I do play shere technical swings.
I have become quite good with the help of equipment like [ Using the methods in this book and his other books, I have been able to rock the market, protect my wins, get out with small losses, and make a very good amount of money.
Thomas Bulkowski is not the greatest writer I’ve read, but, he’s most certainly the most elaborate when it comes to the statistics of patterns, which I must say has given me huge help in securing greats amount of profits. On Wednesday I bought PPO, on gettng, I sold half my position getting my money back, and ;atterns me a profit no matter what happens. The stock promptly fell, and I’ve been holding as the stock picked up.
Getting Started in Chart Patterns, 2nd Edition [Book]
It all started with this book. Not only does it give bulkowsmi information on what to look for with successful patterns but what to look for with failing patterns. I got yhomas with a 1, dollar loss. Start with this book, and keep studying, no one can master the market, you can only be a constant student of it. And this book will help you start to get ahead of the class. This guide for technical stock analysis is fantastic and a must for those who want to decipher stock charts.
I now have my top 10 buy and sell technical signals which I’ve already put to use and my personal investment benefit. For any trader, especially a position trader with a several week-months time horizon, this book is an absolute must.
What makes it unique is that Bulkowski has accumulated statistical data for each of the numerous chart patterns he describes. This serves to suggest the best patterns, in general, to use and the kind of returns one can expect. Since trading success is essentially determined by looking for gettng where the odds are in your favor, and acting appropriately, this is one of the best books around.
Bulkowski is an ex-engineer turned successful trader. Although patterns are somewhat subjective he has done bulkosski great job of describing them in pretty objective terms. For chaart eager enthusiast there is a danger that the huge number of chart patterns discussed will leave him confused — too many tools in the toolbox.
Therefore, this kind of trader might be better off selecting just a few and becoming thoroughly familiar with those.
Also, one might select a number of issues, saywith good fundamentals and look at each seeing which of the chosen tools seems to work best. Bulkowski has also written an “encyclopedia” of chart patterns which I have not seen.
It is hard to imagine anything more thorough than the “Getting Started” book reviewed here. His explanations are lucid and thorough. That said, there are several cautions necessary. His statistics and case examples come from data gathered at various points over the last years.
The book essentially assumes that there is no meaningful change in market behaviors over time. I’d be careful here. Bulkowski calls himself an end-of-day trader. Yet many of us have been told repeatedly bilkowski patterns work regardless of the time period minutes, days, weeks etc.
I would be extremely cautious here. Most of the charts are daily and the patterns discussed might not be as useful for day traders or long term several years investors. To be fair, from Bulkowski’s examples and stories you get this impression although I did not find him saying this specifically in most cases. Further, there is an element of subjectivity buokowski really explained.
For instance, when he says he looks at “pennants” we don’t know how objective this selection was and whether he missed others that would contravert his statistics. How he does it is somewhat left to gwtting reader’s imagination.