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  • Relié: 576 pages
  • Editeur : Prentice Hall Press; Édition : 2nd Revised edition (1 janvier 1999)
  • Collection : New York Institute of Finance
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0735200661
  • ISBN-13: 978-0735200661
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Before beginning a study of the actual techniques and tools used in technical analysis, it is necessary first to define what technical analysis is, to discuss the philosophical premises on which it is based, to draw some clear distinctions between technical and fundamental analysis and, finally, to address a couple of criticisms frequently raised against the technical approach. Lire la première page
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9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Hugues le 9 février 2004
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Disons le franchement, si vous etes interesse par l'analyse technique et que vous ne lisez pas l'anglais votre apprentissage va etre plus difficile.
Ce n'est pas le manque d'ouvrages en langue francaise qui vous posera probleme, mais plutot leur qualite. Ils sont, d'apres mon experience non exhaustive, decevants.
Je n'epiloguerai pas sur les raisons justifiant cette faiblesse, elles sont multiples.
Par contre si vous vous sentez capable de pouvoir lire et comprendre 500 pages et plus de commentaires sur l'analyse technique en anglais alors ce livre est le meilleur point de depart pour vous.
Murphy est certainement l'auteur Americain a l'heure actuelle qui propose la meilleure introduction rigoureuse a l'analyse technique.
Mais si vous commencez, ne vous arretez pas la. Pensez toujours qu'un livre ne coute que quelques dizaines d'euros alors qu'une mauvaise transaction peut vous couter plusieurs dizaines de milliers d'euros. Prenez le temps d'explorer d'autres ouvrages avant de vous lancer.
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Bremard le 10 janvier 2009
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Ce livre est tout simplement un MUST. Dans ma bibliothèque je l'ai et le lis de temps en temps.
Il aborde énormément de choses avec une maturité extraordinaire.

Il vous faudra néanmoins énormément travailler pour en tirer profit, mais quel profit !
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Ce livre se réfère à la situation en 2000: il demande vraiment une mise à jour récente
C'est d'autant plus frustrant que l'auteur est formidable
Ai nettement mieux apprécié "The visual Investor" du même auteur, dont j'ai bu le contenu de la première à la dernière page avec délice: style moderne, parlant de la situation d'aujourd'hui avec précision et clarté
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An excellent reference - well worth the investment 5 septembre 2005
Par Michael A. Shoemaker - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is entirely possible to spend more time reading trading books than doing any actual trading. This is one of the few books that will remain on my bookshelf and I highly recommend it FOR WHAT IT IS INTENDED - an excellent reference on technical analysis (TA).

What I was looking for was something to provide clear, concise descriptions on various technical indicators across all types - trend analysis, price patterns, candles, oscillators, etc. And Murphy not only does this well, but his work provides enough information that I do not see the need for another book on TA on my bookshelf, even though I know that other very good books are available (e.g. Pring). But this one is enough for me. It is well organized and indexed so that I can rapidly look up something while I am setting up trades and get the basic info that I need.

One surprise was how well written the book was and how much I enjoyed reading it. I expected a dry reference book but instead found an excellent and engaging read, perhaps with the exception of the chapter on point and figure which was not up to the rest of the book. (If you are completely new to TA, you might find it less entertaining, but in comparison to the dry tome that I expected when the monster-sized book arrived, Murphy is remarkable in his ability to convert most TA topics and examples into 'normal' English.) He also is not a proponent or zealot about any one indicator type, which I appreciate. He does a good job of describing each within the context of its value without trying to convert anyone to any specific indicator. As I do not believe in magic bullets in trading, I appreciate his straightforward approach.

Let me also note what this book is NOT so that you do not buy it for the wrong reasons:

a) As you should gather from the above, this is not a trading system. Murphy will not tell you which indicators to use most or in which combinations to produce the best results. He will provide insight into many indicators and classes of indicators but he is NOT trying to convince you to use any specific indicator in any specific way. So he doesn't try to convince you of WHAT to use, just helps you understand WHEN, WHY and HOW each indicator type is used by various traders.

b) Also, this is NOT intended to be the complete, in depth statement on any of the topics covered. For example, his section on Candlestick formations is simple, clear and includes many examples, but it is undoubtedly not the same as picking up Nison's works on Candlesticks. Similarly, you can find many books dedicated to Elliot Waves, Fibonaccis and other topics. Murphy provides the basics, but do not expect as thorough an explanation or justification as a dedicated book would provide. Then again, expect a dedicated book to try and convince you why its particular system or method is so much better than any other, something that Murphey will not try to do to you!

c) Finally, this book is NOT intended to convert people who do not accept TA into believers. Frankly, it is much easier to get most people to accept that `fundamental analysis' affects a stock's value and price, but it is harder for most to understand and accept that simply analyzing the stock's price and related indicators can predict future moves. Murphy's opening chapters include some simple basic background on TA, but verbal explanations have limited value in convincing a pure `fundamentalist' that properly used technical analysis works. The only way to break down this barrier, IMO, is simply to learn and use various indicators for a while to begin seeing how predictive they can be. Murphy does not try to convert - he simply provides a learning reference. From there, anyone using TA needs to practice to become proficient.

So, in summary, I highly recommend buying this book for what it is intended to be - a reference book on technical analysis. It does this job excellently.
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Technically speaking, one should buy this book 9 août 2001
Par Lance Mead - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Investing isn't easy. Investing profitably is even harder. As a result, investors are always looking for that `angle', that `edge' that will help them realize more consistent profits.
In the past 2 decades, many on Wall Street have come to believe that technical analysis of stock charts is one of those tools. Having worked in the financial services markets since 1987, I do believe that technical analysis can be a helpful tool. And if you are looking for a definitive source of TA, then look no further.
Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets by John Murphy covers all the basic aspects of TA: philosophy, chart construction, fundamental vs. technical analysis, trends, major technical pattern recognition, moving averages, oscillators, times cycles, computer trading systems and much more. He also covers different methods of charting, including bar, point and figure and candlestick (be aware that most of the analysis techniques he presents apply to bar charting, not PnF or candlestick).
What I like most about the book is that it written clearly, simply and logically. It uses many graphical examples that SHOWS the reader what to look for. It does not rage on about the merits of TA (which many investors feel is complete hooey) but how to apply basic (and sophisticated) TA techniques. I use TA frequently in my business and find that it helps me manage my client's portfolios more effectively, especially when it comes to SELLING a position, whether to lock-in gains or limit losses.
If you are a TA convert, or if you have an interest in learning more about it, this book is a useful guide and should be purchased. Today, it remains one of the few investment reference books that I keep in my office.
121 internautes sur 125 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Bible of Technical Analysis. 23 juillet 2000
Par "steve_08830" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is by far one of the best sources on Technical Analysis that one
can be lucky enough to find. Mr. Murphy has a clear and simple way of
conveying the subject to us.
The book starts off with the
Philosophy behind Technical Trading, Dow Theory, chart construction,
then moves onto the basic concepts of Trend, and General Patterns,
Moving Averages, Oscillators, Japanese Candlesticks, Time Cycles,
Money Management, and eventually leads onto a Checklist.
What I
like about Mr. Murphy is his way of showing and proving a point. Let
me digress here to show you what I mean: Say you had a daughter and
wanted to show her how to figure out the area of an Isosceles
triangle. Well, you could tell her to memorize that it is
base*height/2. Or if you really wanted her to learn it thoroughly you
can show her how to draw a parallel line to the height, then join the
ends to make a nice rectangle. Then to compute the area of a rectangle
just multiply the two sides, one being the height, the other being
half the base. She will then "derive" this and
"understand" how they got the formula. You see, then she can
compute the area under a hexagon or a tetrahedron or any complex
object.
Well, Mr. Murphy will show us the same way and
"derive" for us concepts such as how a resistance line later
becomes a support line! The reson for this is so amusing that after
one reads about it we just go "wow..."" Now I understand why
this occurs". You will see how Trend is the most important
concept in this field, how some indicators are trend following and why
at other times we need other indicators for sideway markets. You will
see how a Moving Average is nothing but a dynamically updated
trendline. You will see examples of all kinds of charts, indicators,
and explanations. Everything is derived and it is this derivation that
makes this book stand out.
Chapter 16 is an important one to pay
attention to called "Money Management and Trading
Tactics". You see, the tactic behind every action has a great
significance in its outsome. I'd say this is half the game, knowing
how much to devote to a trade and what to risk and how much to
risk. If we lose the "base money", which is the money we use
to trade, then the game will be over, so we better be careful about
what percentage to use for a trade and what to do with the profits
and/or losses. You need to make rules and stick to them that suits
your style, here's when the discipline saves you.
I used to make
fun of Technical Analysis and did not believe in it, but after having
read this book and seeing it live in action, I think this is the only
way to signal important events that are about to happen, and the best
thing about it is that the chart reading that applies to a 10 year or
a 1 year charts, also applies to the intra-day charts! This is good
for everybody from day traders to the people who do this for a second
income. You can go on to your daily life, check that things are in
order at night and all indicators are in place and know that your
portfolio is in order and on track! ....
Good Luck! Steve.
54 internautes sur 56 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The TA BIBLE FOLKS - Long but very in-depth 28 février 2002
Par Dan E. Ross - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
John Murphy was the technical analysis commentator on CNBC for the longest time and was on TV almost daily for several years. He now runs his own company, murphymorris.com. Before you think about buying this I ask you "Why are you thinking about buying this book?"
If you are seeking a good introduction to technical analysis then try his cheaper and easier to read book entitled The Visual Investor. If you read that book and want to learn more about the subject then read on!
This behemoth of a book (over 540 pages total!) is easy to read and learn but is definitely more suited and designed for those seeking intermediate to advanced knowledge on technical analysis. Don't get me wrong; you can start here but the odds of you finishing, if you are a beginner, are slim.
Murphy starts with the basics, then goes into more advanced principles and then explains linkage (how certain sectors outperform when others under perform.) He talks about commodities and equities throughout the book and it is a very good evaluation of market trends. There are tons of graphs to help the reader along.
This book definitely covers all the basic aspects of TA: philosophy, chart construction, fundamental vs. technical analysis, trends, major technical pattern recognition, moving averages, oscillators, times cycles, computer trading systems and much more. He also covers different methods of charting, including bar, point and figure and candlestick (be aware that most of the analysis techniques he presents apply to bar charting, not PnF or candlestick).
I personally believe that technical analysis should be incorporated into just about any decision-making process when investing for any fund, stock and/or options. While fundamental analysis should be where most efforts start applied technical analysis can help people in picking entry and exit points to "avoid fighting the tape" which is a real problem for investors in the market. If you are a trader you are missing so many opportunities by not learning TA. This is the book to learn TA with! Get this book and the accompanying study guide.
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I have not finished it but had to review it NOW 7 septembre 2000
Par Oavde - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
10 out of 10
I have not finished reading it, I am only 60% of the way through, but I had to write a review NOW to help you decide.
Chances are, the price overwhelms you, and you are looking at many other TA books trying to find an equivalent cheaper one. There aren't any.
This book is worth ever dollar. Many other books make TA seem so complicated, difficult. Furthermore, it gives a much deeper understanding of what it explains, many other books simply tell you something but you don't learn why, how, what to do if there is a variance, etc etc you get the idea.
It is a huge book and very well presented. The graphs are well located to the text, easy to understand, each with its own detailed annotations directly underneath as well as references in the text.
It is recently updated, and might I say ~thoroughly~ updated, it has a section on Japanese Candlesticks which makes obsolete a previous book I bought (by the same author, looks like he pasted most of it in this book). Look at the contents, it covers most everything, including Elliot Wave theory. They have done an excellent job at updating it.
There are other TA "Bible" books out there, classic masterpieces, which are very good, however the recent updates made to this one, combined with its easy to read, learn and wonderful presentation make this the winner.
If you get one book on TA, get this one. It is worth the money. You will save money in three ways:
1. if you get another book instead, you won't have to purchase this one later when you realise how lacking the other one is (or worse, buy several trying to fill knowledge gaps)
2. you will make better trades
3. you will save time, learning faster
I really cannot emphasise how well the concepts are explained. This is a class act all the way, I highly recommend it, I cannot believe there are not 80+ positive reviews, I guess all the other TA people out there either want to keep the knowledge to themselves or are too lazy.
If you already own a previous version of this book, I would even recommend getting this latest one as well.
Also I recommend The Disciplined Trader, Candlesticks by Nison.
Good luck!
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