Choose a volume number for more information. Our Book Volumes are compilations of all the past years’ articles and interviews bound into reference book form.
Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES, The Traders’ Magazine, is all about using charts and computer applications that help you profit in today’s markets. It teaches serious investors like you how to improve your trades in stocks, bonds, options, mutual funds and futures. Become a regular reader and you’ll learn about charting, computerized trading applications, case studies, system development, profit taking, trade timing, and many more proven and innovative techniques.
Are you new to S&C? Then you’ll want to order one or more of these collections of articles.
Have you been a subscriber for years? Then you’ll appreciate the convenience of having all this information in a handy, indexed book. You’ll never have to paw through a pile of old magazines again.
VOLUME 1 — SOLD OUT
Including information on when to enter and when to exit a market.
1982–83, 192 pages
Including information on how to create a trading system of your own.
1984, 224 pages
Including techniques for interpreting the market to identify takeover candidates.
1987, 392 pages
A series of articles on the basics of technical analysis — plus experts like Richards Arms.
1990, 608 pages
VOLUME 9 — SOLD OUT
Interviews with the experts... and page after page of tested trading techniques.
1991, 608 pages
Trading bands, intermarket analysis and risk management... all explained by the innovators.
1992, 667 pages
First-hand revelations about the most respected tools of technical analysis by the people who made them famous.
1994, 686 pages
What makes a market move — and can you profit from the knowledge?
1996, 696 pages
It’s like getting an advanced degree in trading — without actually having to go to class.
1997, 720 pages
Choose the methods that satisfy your requirements for an investment tool, and get to work.
1999, 704 pages
CHARTING THE STOCK MARKET:
THE WYCKOFF METHOD
A modern look at a seminal way to use technical analysis: the Wyckoff method.