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New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and Grains & One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks & Commodities

Dunnigan, William

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ISBN 10: 1897597576 / ISBN 13: 9781897597576
Published by Harriman House, 2005
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Title: New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and ...

Publisher: Harriman House

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

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Easy to use, and adopted by many successful traders over the years, William Dunnigan's One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Commodities is a robust and reliable mechanical approach to buy/sell decision-making in speculative markets. A rare example of a 'universal' formula, this technique can be applied to almost any stock or commodity market, and requires little more than accurate line and bar charts.
To understand the union of these two books, we have to understand the author's ambition to develop a complete trading system which gave exact buy/sell signals for stocks or commodities, which was mechanical in all its applications, and which didn't require the user to make any mental decisions.
In New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and Grains the author explores and introduces a full range of technical principles and lays the essential analytical groundwork for this universal formula.

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Great investment advice is a rare and timeless commodity

The Traders' Masterclass series brings to the market a set of classic texts from the "golden age" of Technical Analysis—timeless trading wisdom, laying the foundations on which a growing body of investment literature has been built.

These original works from the pioneers of Technical Analysis contain uniquely insightful lessons, winning formulas and trading tactics that can be put to use in any market, at any time. This pair of classic works from master-analyst William Dunnigan, introduces and applies the renowned "One-Way Formula"—a complete technical trading system for stocks or commodities.

Generations of investors may come and go, but the nature of speculation remains the same. For investors and market students alike, these masters represent the original formulas for trading success.

Easy to use, and adopted by many successful traders over the years, William Dunnigan's One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Commodities is a robust and reliable mechanical approach to buy/sell decision-making in speculative markets. A rare example of a "universal" formula, this technique can be applied to almost any stock or commodity market, and requires little more than accurate line and bar charts.

To understand the union of these two books, we have to understand the author's ambition to develop a complete trading system which gave exact buy/sell signals for stocks or commodities, which was mechanical in all its applications, and which didn't require the user to make any mental decisions.

In New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and Grains the author explores and introduces a full range of technical principles and lays the essential analytical groundwork for this universal formula.

The second book, One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Commodities was the culmination of the author's search for a 100% mechanical system and can be seen as his outstanding masterpiece. Published in 1957 after years of work, it is an effective mechanical approach to buy/sell decision-making.

"William Dunnigan's New Blueprints book deserves a place in financial history. It's an invaluable piece of work which should be read and studied more by anyone with even a passing interest in the stock or commodities market."

—Richard Russell, Dow Theory Letters

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