Integrated Technical Analysis Technical Analysis is usually learned as a series of unconnected and often conflicting techniques. In this groundbreaking book, Ian Copsey demonstrates how a combination of Elliott Wave, cycles and momentum analysis can be integrated to provide a set of signals leading to more powerful forecasts. Both private and professional investors can have difficulty in selecting and synthesizing various technical tools. Integrated Technical Analysis shows how different ideas can be integrated on multiple time frames to enhance the overall process and provide a more solid forecasting platform. The author's ideas have been developed over many years. Copsey's knowledge of the markets and his trading experience ensures that the book abounds with practical trading examples, numerous charts and a down-to-earth view of market activity. A must read for anyone looking to broaden their conceptual knowledge of the subject and to fine-tune their analysis of the market. "There is a real lack of easily accessible and practical books on using Elliott Wave Theory in combination with basic technical analysis.
The essential concept of the book is a valuable contribution to the subject. It also fills a void, in that it deals at length with practical aspects." -Colin Nicholson President Australian Technical Analysts Association
Table of Contents
Chart Construction and Basic Price Behavior. Moving Averages. Momentum Indicators. Manipulating Pre-programmed Momentum Indicators. The Elliott Wave Principle. Elliott Wave: Pitfalls and Tips. Cycle Analysis. Cycles: Hints and Tips. Integrating Analysis Techniques. Index.
IAN COPSEY has spent over 16 years in financial markets, gaining experience in the London head office foreign exchange trading room of Barclays Bank before being transferred to Hong Kong as Senior Manager of the Treasury sales desk. In 1993 he moved to Tokyo to work for Dow Jones Telerate as a specialist in technical analysis, instructing the company's client base in a variety of analysis techniques including momentum analysis, cycle analysis and Elliott Wave. He is a speaker on the international Telerate Seminar tours and has also delivered seminars on technical analysis and system design in a number of Asian cities. In 1998 he became Regional Manager for technical analysis for Bridge Information Systems after their purchase of Dow Jones Telerate.