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This book also covers three-line break charts, renko charts and kagi charts. Now, with this groundbreaking new book, the “Father of Candlesticks” further revolutionizes technical analysis with an entire collection of stunningly effective Japanese techniques.
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Nison lives with his family in East Brunswick, New Jersey. Jul 16, Dee Renee Chesnut rated it really liked it Shelves: Great book for beginner and advance. Dec 23, Larry Fisherman rated it it was ok. Other books in this series.
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His book, Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniquescontinues to be an international bestseller. Nison, the first to reveal candle charts to the Western world, is the acknowledged authority on Japanese charting techniques as applied to Western markets.
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He also demonstrates new ways in which candlesticks alone or in conjunction with traditional Western techniques, can be adapted to virtually any trading, investing, or hedging strategy. New Japanese Charting Techniques Revealed.
Provides a brief review of candlesticks and previously unavailable candlestick patterns that can be used in equities, fixed-income, foreign exchange and overseas markets. In addition to Instructing readers in these exciting new charting techniques, Nison also takes us deeper inside the mysteries of candlesticks than ever before. Encyclopedia of Candlestick Charts Thomas N. Trivia About Beyond Candlestic Further, today’s publishers don’t care enough to put charts on the same page as the text and truly edit these financial books, so it’s even harder to follow.
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