2 - 4 Weken
One cannot become a Tape Reader by giving the ticker absent treatment; nor by running into his broker's office after lunch, or seeing "how the market closed" from his evening newspaper.... He should spend twenty-seven hours a week at the ticker, and many more hours away from it studying his mistakes and finding the "why" of his losses. -from "Introductory" A classic of technical stock-market analysis, this is considered the most important work of one of the great market watchers of the early 20th century. It covers: . stop orders and trading rules . volumes and their significance . market technique . "dull markets" and their opportunities . and more. This primer on the basic laws of the market is still an invaluable resource for the broker or serious individual trader.