Technical Analyst

Time the Markets: Using Technical Analysis to Interpret Economic Data, Revised Edition (Repost)

Time the Markets: Using Technical Analysis to Interpret Economic Data, Revised Edition by Charles D. Kirkpatrick II
Publisher: FT Press | 2011 | ISBN: 0132931931 | 208 pages | PDF + EPUB | (5,5 + 3,2) MB

In Time the Markets, award-winning technical analyst Charles D. Kirkpatrick applies technical analysis to key economic indicators and shows how to use them to identify market shifts, avoid loss, and become a more profitable long-term investor.

Technical Analysis for Short-Term Traders  

Posted by FenixN at Jan. 19, 2016
Technical Analysis for Short-Term Traders

Technical Analysis for Short-Term Traders
DVDRip | M4V/AVC, ~807 kb/s | 720x480 | Duration: 01:26:04 | English: AAC, 160 kb/s (2 ch) | 737 MB
Genre: Trading

Internationally acclaimed technical analyst Martin Pring shows today's trader how using technical analysis and charting techniques can make short term trading accurate and profitable.
Al Brooks - Reading Price Charts Bar by Bar: The Technical Analysis of Price Action for the Serious Trader

Al Brooks - Reading Price Charts Bar by Bar: The Technical Analysis of Price Action for the Serious Trader
DVDRip | AVI / XviD, 2154 kb/s | 640x331 | 02:12:44 | English: PCM, 352 kb/s (1 ch) | + PDF Guide | 2.32 Gb
Genre: Trading

While new technology and complicated theories promise to take your trading to "the next level," the truth is that long-term success in this field is rooted in simplicity. That's why Al Brooks has created Reading Price Charts Bar by Bar. With this book, Brooks—a technical analyst for Futures magazine and an independent trader—demonstrates how applying price action analysis to chart patterns can help enhance returns and minimize downside risk. Along the way, you'll discover the importance of understanding every bar on a price chart, why particular patterns are reliable setups for trades, and how to locate entry and exit points as markets are trading in real time.
Praxiswissen Softwaretest - Test Analyst und Technical Test Analyst (iSQI-Reihe)

Praxiswissen Softwaretest - Test Analyst und Technical Test Analyst (iSQI-Reihe): Aus- und Weiterbildung zum Certified Tester - Advanced Level nach ISTQB-Standard von Graham Bath
Deutsch | 26. Februar 2015 | ISBN: 3864901375 | 588 Seiten | EPUB/PDF (Converted) | 9.91 MB

Das Buch deckt sowohl funktionale als auch technische Aspekte des Softwaretestens ab und vermittelt damit das notwendige Praxiswissen für Test Analysts und Technical Test Analysts - beides entscheidende Rollen in Testteams.

Martin Pring - Introduction To T.A  

Posted by FenixN at Sept. 18, 2014
Martin Pring - Introduction To T.A

Martin Pring - Introduction To T.A | 482 MB

Martin Pring's Introduction to Technical Anaylsis: A CD-ROM Seminar and Workbook, produced by leading technical analyst and author Martin Pring, explains and demonstrates tools used by the world's foremost technical analysts to evaluate emerging trends.
John Murphy - Applying Technical Methods to Today's Markets

John Murphy - Applying Technical Methods to Today's Markets
DVDRip | AVI/DivX, ~1501 kb/s | 640x480 | Duration: 01:23:35 | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | 980 MB
Genre: Trading

In this 90-minute video, veteran market analyst John Murphy explains how he looks at the markets using non- traditional methods. Using sector rotation, John will guide you through his thought process in selecting markets to trade. You will also get to see John's intermarket analysis in action and just how commodities can put a drag or a rocket under a stock. John further explains the relationship between the U.S. Dollar and Gold prices. All in all, you will find this to be one of the most insightful DVDs you are ever going to see on investing and trading.

The Business Analyst's Handbook (repost)  

Posted by libr at Feb. 27, 2014
The Business Analyst's Handbook (repost)

The Business Analyst's Handbook by Howard Podeswa
English | Pages: 411 | 2008-12-08 | ISBN-10: 1598635654 | PDF | 2,7 Mb

The Business Analyst (BA) plays an important role as liaison between business stakeholders and the technical team (software developers, vendors, etc.), ensuring that business needs are reflected in any software solution.

Analyst - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)  

Posted by angus77 at July 31, 2013
Analyst - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)

Analyst - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)
CS5, CS6, CC | AEP | Infographics Elements | 1920x1080 | 79.07 MB

The Business Analyst's Handbook (repost)  

Posted by interes at March 2, 2013
The Business Analyst's Handbook (repost)

The Business Analyst's Handbook by Howard Podeswa
English | Pages: 411 | Publication Date: 2008-12-08 | ISBN-10: 1598635654 | PDF | 2,7 Mb

The Business Analyst (BA) plays an important role as liaison between business stakeholders and the technical team (software developers, vendors, etc.), ensuring that business needs are reflected in any software solution. Despite the importance of the job, there is currently no book specifically designed as a comprehensive reference manual for the working BA. The Business AnalystÂ’s Handbook solves this problem by providing a useful compendium of tools, tables, lists, and templates that BAs can use on-the-job to carry out their tasks.
Intermarket Technical Analysis: Trading Strategies for the Global Stock, Bond, Commodity, and Currency Markets (repost)

Intermarket Technical Analysis: Trading Strategies for the Global Stock, Bond, Commodity, and Currency Markets By John J. Murphy
English | ISBN: 0471524336 | edition 1991 | PDF | 282 pages | 7 mb

Trying to trade stock, bond, commodity and currency markets without intermarket awareness is like trying to drive a car without looking out the side and rear windows—very dangerous. In this guide to intermarket analysis, the author uses years of experience in technical analysis plus extensive charts to clearly demonstrate the interrelationshps that exist among the various market sectors and their importance. You'll learn how to use activity in surrounding markets in the same way that most people employ traditional technical indicators for directional clues. Shows the analyst how to focus outward, rather than inward, to provide a more rational understanding of technical forces at work in the marketplace.