Franklin Paul Jackson is the founder of The Stock Market Institute in Los Angeles. His studies in technical analysis and speculation are applicable to modern day technical analysis, and his methods have long been respected - and followed - be investors and traders. This collection of his writing provides readers with market analysis and application that can be effectively used in today's market, stock market patterns and strategies for revealing trends and trading swings.
Franklin Paul Jackson is widely considered to be the last of the greatest market masters of "The Golden Age of Technical Analysis." He was the founder of the Stock Market Institute in Los Angeles, California, which was the center of West Coast investment thinking. Jackson, along with William Dunnigan, established the West Coast as a serious player in the stock and futures markets. Jackson studied along side one of the greatest names in technical analysis, Richard Wycoff, and specialized in trading and speculation. Series Editor Donald Mack is considered a leading expert in market literature and classic technical analysis research. He has been the series editor for two classic series, previously published by Financial Times/Prentice Hall Publishing: The Traders' Masterclass, a higher level trading series, and Investment Greats, a mainstream level investing series. His work has been endorsed by leading traders including Dr. Alexander Elder and market wizard Linda Bradford Raschke. Based on his edition of Richard Schabacker's book, Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits, Mack was asked to accept the 2000 Market Technician's Association's award for Richard Schabacker's work.