Dow Theory for the 21st Century: Technical Indicators for Improving Your Investment Results

  • ID: 615326
  • Report
  • 228 Pages
  • Schannep Timing Indicator & the Dow Theory
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Dow Theory for the 21st Century includes everything that the serious investor needs to know about the stock market and how to become financially successful.

Expanding upon Charles Dow's 20th century stock market theory, author Jack Schannep provides readers with a better understanding of the ingredients that make up the world of finance, specifically the American stock market, in order to help them achieve investment success.
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Introduction: The What and Why of this Book

Part I The Traditional Dow Theory

Chapter 1 By Way of Background
Chapter 2 Signals Described
Chapter 3 A Look at the Record
Chapter 4 Give-and-Take about the Theory

Part II Bulls and Bears

Chapter 5 Bull Markets
Chapter 6 Bear Markets
Chapter 7 Bull and Bear Markets of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

Part III The Dow Theory for the Twenty-First Century

Chapter 8 Capitulation: The Selling Climax
Chapter 9 The Heart of the Theory

Part IV Other Important Indicators

Chapter 10 Schannep Timing Indicator: The Other Major-Trend Indicator
Chapter 11 “Three Tops and a Tumble”: Leading Topping Indicators
Chapter 12 Bonus Indicators

Part V The Epitome of Synergy

Chapter 13 The All-Inclusive Composite Indicator
Chapter 14 Practical Uses: Putting It All Together

Appendix A “Official” Complete and Detailed Record of the Original Dow Theory
Appendix B Capitulation Indicators Detailed Record
Appendix C CPA Verification of the Schannep Indicator
Appendix D Complete Record of the Composite Timing Indicator

About the Author
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Jack Schannep is the author and editor of the Schannep Timing Indicator & Newsletter as well as a recognized Dow theorist. Prior to writing his market letter, Schannep was a stockbroker with Dean Witter in Phoenix. He opened and managed the Dean Witter Tucson offices from 1968 until retiring as senior vice president in charge of the southern Arizona offices in 1984.

You can view Jack Schannep's 'Schannep Timing Indicator & Newsletter' by following the link provided
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