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Trading With Crowd Psychology

Trading With Crowd Psychology

ISBN: 978-0-471-38774-9

Nov 2000

272 pages

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LET THE SOUND OF THE CROWD HELP YOU CREATE A SUCCESSFUL TRADING PLAN

Praise for Carl Gyllenram and Trading with Crowd Psychology

"Investing is first and foremost a psychological process and good market technicians are really psychologists. Mr. Gyllenram understands this and his book offers deep insight into the psychology of the trading range, the area from which big moves-up and down-emerge."
--John Bollinger CFA, CMT, President, www.EquityTrader.com

"Every trader and investor will recognize themselves and their habits (good and bad) among the characters whose trading decisions are so vividly described in this book, and all should discover ways of improving those trading decisions. A very timely publication."
--Michael Smyrk Global Coordinator, International Federation of Technical Analysts

"Carl Gyllenram takes a new approach to looking at the workings and importance of crowd psychology in the financial markets ... [he] shows a clear understanding of the subject, providing a thoroughly useful addition to the writings on crowd psychology."
--Anne WhitbyFSTA, Vice Chairman, Society of Technical Analysts UK

"We are an emotional species and seldom more so than when dealing with money. It is this raw human factor that creates most of the volatility in all financial and commodity markets, not economics ... With this book Carl Gyllenram has made an important contribution to the subject of Behavioral Technical Analysis."
--David FullerGlobal Strategist at Stockcube Research Ltd. Writer of the Fullermoney investment letter
Tulipomania.

The Formation of a Trading Range.

The Psychological Dynamic above a Trading Range.

The Psychology of Sellers: A Survey.

The Psychological Dynamic below a Trading Range.

The Psychology of Buyers: A Survey.

Crowd Behavior: A Study.

Faced with the Breakout.

Upward Break--Ian Benson.

Upward Break--Max Bork.

Crowd Psychology at an Upward Break.

Downward Break--Ian Benson.

Downward Break--Max Bork.

Crowd Psychology at a Downward Break.

Conclusions.

Glossary.

Bibliography.

Index.