BC Low

Integrating Technical Analysis for the Investor

Overview :
«A book on Technical Analysis written for the Investor
Yes, it is possible to use technical analysis for investing, not just trading! Technical analysis has always been seen as a tool for short-term trading rather than investing. Through this book, the author will share with investors an original approach to technically define the trend for the various time frames – Daily, Weekly, Monthly and so on. The book will reveal the consistent relationship between the time frames. It explains which time frame dictates a market's behavior and shows how to invest better with the knowledge of the larger time frames.
The book's second innovation is to help investors integrate technical trend, timing and price indicators for market entry and exit. This approach “integrates” signals from various technical tools rather than rely on signals from a single indicator, whether it be timing or price for entry and exit. This integrated approach has been effectively used by the author for investing for many years.
Learn :
• Time tested techniques to define a market's trend
• To integrate trend, timing and time indicators for optimal market entry and exit in trending and non-trending market environments
• About the two-way and three-way relationships between monthly, weekly and daily time frames
• How to invest better with the knowledge of the relationship of multiple time frames of markets
About the author
BC Low (CMT) has been a teacher-cum-practitioner in Technical Analysis since the 1980s. Low has published in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities in September 2010 and November 2012. He has delivered many seminars to various financial institutions in Singapore and abroad. He was the President of the Singapore Technical Analysts & Traders Society (STATS) in 2011–13. Formerly a Senior Lecturer in Singapore Polytechnic, he developed and taught two modules of Technical Analysis from 1992 to 2011. He was the technical analyst at Merrill Lynch International Bank, and currently Low is President of Technical Analysis Consultancy, Singapore.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Technical Analysis is about Probability
Technical vs Fundamental Analysis
Where does Technical Analysis work best?
Holy Grail versus a Tool Box 
Integration is Key
Technical Analysis is also for long-term investment
Chapter 2 Forecasting Trend with Price Action
Defining Trend with Price Levels
Defining Trend with Selected Price Patterns
Defining Trend with Selected Candlesticks
Chapter 3 Forecasting Trend with 10 & 40 Exponential Moving Averages
Moving Average Basics
10/40 Exponential Moving Averages Trend Signals
10/40 Exponential Moving Averages as Support/Resistance in Trending Markets
10/40 Exponential Moving Averages in Congesting Markets
Chapter 4 Price Targets with Bollinger Bands
Bollinger Bands Formulation
Applications in a Congestion
Applications in a Trending Market
Applications at the End of a Trend
Bollinger Bands Constraints
Chapter 5 Price Targets with Fibonacci Ratios
Fibonacci Basics
Retracement Projections
Expansion Projections
Tactical Issues in Fibonacci Technique
Chapter 6 Timing with Stochastics
Stochastics Structure
Stochastics Timing Signals in a Congestion
Stochastics Buy Timing in an Uptrend
Stochastics Sell Timing in a Downtrend
Why do Stochastics timing signals work in trends?
Stochastics Counter-trend Signals in a Trending Market
Chapter 7 Timing with Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
MACD Formulation
MACD Trend Signal
MACD Divergence Signal
MACD Timing Signals
MACD & Stochastics Compared
Chapter 8 Integrating Trend, Timing & Price
Integrating 10/40 EMA Change of trend with Price Action
Integrating 10/40 EMA Change of trend with MACD
Integrating 10/40 EMA with various indicators in resumption of trend
Integrating Price with Stochastics in a Strong Trend
Integrating Candlesticks with Bollinger Bands & Stochastics in a Congestion
Chapter 9 Time Frames Technique for Long Term Investment
Defining Time Frame Technique
Benefits of Time Frame Technique
Time Frame Principles
4 Important Time Frame Relationships
Time Frame Guidelines
Making the Most of Time Frames
Chapter 10 Managing Positions
Fear and Greed
Lower Price Stocks
Partial Exit
The “Crowded Trade”
Managing Long Term Positions
On Following Recommendations
Your Own Portfolio of Preferred Stocks
An Investment Model that Suits You.
Concluding Remarks
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    And should some of the Fibonacci objective levels coincide with important moving average or Bollinger Band levels, their significance will obviously be increased.
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    That being the case, the Fibonacci technique does not suffer from the effects of being a moving target
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    Fibonacci objectives will not shift once the high and low points are selected. If the points selected are important historical levels, the objectives arrived at will not change unless new historical levels are reached.

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