Trying to trade stock, bond, commodity and currency markets without intermarket awareness is like trying to drive a car without looking out the side and rear windows--very dangerous. In this guide to intermarket analysis, the author uses years of experience in technical analysis plus extensive charts to clearly demonstrate the interrelationshps that exist among the various market sectors and their importance. You'll learn how to use activity in surrounding markets in the same way that most people employ traditional technical indicators for directional clues. Shows the analyst how to focus outward, rather than inward, to provide a more rational understanding of technical forces at work in the marketplace.
A New Dimension in Technical Analysis.
The 1987 Crash Revisited--An Intermarket Perspective.
Commodity Prices and Bonds.
Bonds Versus Stocks.
Commodities and the U.S.
The Dollar Versus Interest Rates and Stocks.
Stock Market Groups.
The Dow Utilities as a Leading Indicator of Stocks.
Relative-Strength Analysis of Commodities.
Commodities and Asset Allocation.
Intermarket Analysis and the Business Cycle.
The Myth of Program Trading.
A New Direction.
Series: Wiley Finance
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 27th March 1991
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 26.2 x 18.2
Weight (kg): 0.71
Edition Number: 1