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Behavioral Trading: Methods for Measuring Investor Confidence and Expectations
Behavioral Trading: Methods for Measuring Investor Confidence and Expectations
Author: Woody Dorsey | Publisher: Texere Publishing,US
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Have you ever wondered to what extent investor confidence and expectations, rather than solid financial analysis, impact stock market prices? In this book, stock market contrarian Woody Dorsey gives readers insight into his unique and highly successful market diagnosis techniques. These techniques are based on proprietory methodologies, often described as market expectations theory, behavioural finance and most commonly, contrary opinion analysis. Although long popular with major investors and the financial media for his macroeconomic perspective that is more than six months ahead of the crowd, Dorsey shows how his technique makes behavioural economics practical, accessible and understandable. He explains how markets actually behave by isolating facts whihc may be known but not carefully studied. His methodologies offer an original and disciplined perspective that results in precise forecasts of the market.

Added: 05.05.2007ISBN: 1587991640Pages: 272Price: £ 64,59Lang.: English
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