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Charting: an Australian Investor's Guide : An Australian Investor's Guide - Regina Meani

Charting: an Australian Investor's Guide

An Australian Investor's Guide


Published: 15th August 1999
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Charting - An Australian Investor's Guide is probably the most widely read introduction to charting published in Australia, and has been continuously in print since 1990.

Author Regina Meani believes that the use of charts and technical analysis can help any investor understand the way that markets move and how they are likely to move in the future.

About the Author

Regina Meani was referred to as one of Australia's leading and most experience chartists. After 20 years as a technical analyst working with charts on a daily basis she has an enormous wealth of knowledge and experience. She has earned the respect of the investment community reflecting in the stockbroking ratings' wars where she is consistently voted No. 1 by the top tier of Australian Institutions and by the combined group of all Institutions.



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Everyone buying shares should have this


from Queensland

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  • Broad Appeal
  • Deserves Multiple Readings
  • Great Insights
  • Well Written


    Best Uses

    • Reference

    Comments about Charting: an Australian Investor's Guide:

    There are many books about technical analysis on the market. This is an 'easy to understand' reference book that tells you what to look for in charts. I bought it years ago when I was trading heavily, I gave it to my daughter years ago. Now I'm back ready to dive into the market again with my SMSF and bought another copy of the book to refresh my memory & use as a charting reference tool. I loved it then and I love it now.

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    Foreword By Barrie Dunstan


    Chapter 1: Chart Construction

    Chapter 2: Now You Are On Your Way

    Chapter 3: Trends And Paters To Begin With

    Chapter 4: Major Turning Points

    Chapter 5: More Complex Patterns

    Chapter 6: Some Basics Indicators Tried And True

    Chapter 7: A Step Further- More About Indicators



    ISBN: 9781876627041
    ISBN-10: 1876627042
    Audience: General
    Format: Paperback
    Language: English
    Number Of Pages: 232
    Published: 15th August 1999
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd
    Country of Publication: AU
    Dimensions (cm): 17.6 x 22.8  x 0.8
    Weight (kg): 0.194
    Edition Number: 3