By Charles D. Ellis
I obtained this booklet as a present and located it to be particularly wonderful. great anthology of articles on making an investment, fincancial historical past, and company luck regularly. Very eclectic crew of writers starting from Benjamin Graham to P.T. Barnum (I have continually came upon Barnum's "Rules for achievement" to be invaluable). Very not easy to place down after you have all started. Even tougher to not end the e-book a section wiser.
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W. Clay Allen CFA Page 45 2/25/01 LOW This is another example of a fairly wide trading range. The width of the trading range and the extremes offers a method to estimate upside potential and downside risk. W. Clay Allen CFA Page 46 2/25/01 ORCL This is an example of a trading range that may turn out to be a major top. After a big move up the sideways movement sets up a trading range but a downside break below the lower boundary of the trading range should be considered to be a very negative development.
W. Clay Allen CFA Page 47 2/25/01 MXIM The best approach is to buy at the lower boundary of the trading range and to sell at the upper boundary. If the relative strength should breakout beyond the boundary by a significant amount the position should be reversed quickly. Trading ranges are not a guarantee of success but the odds favor entry and exit at the extremes of the range. W. Clay Allen CFA Page 48 2/25/01 TLAB It seems that breaking down from a trading range is a more likely development than an upside breakout.
Clay Allen CFA Page 36 2/25/01 VRSN 45-degree bearish resistance line 45-degree bullish support line W. Clay Allen CFA Page 37 2/25/01 VRTS 45-degree bearish resistance line 45-degree bullish support line W. Clay Allen CFA Page 38 2/25/01 WCOM Shallow conventional downtrend line 45-degree bullish support line A succession of 45-degree bullish support line failures usually indicates a significant top. It is often a mistake to believe that the damage is done and that the stock won’t go any lower.