Book Description: Windsor Books, Brightwaters, NY, 1986. Hardcover. quarto – over 9¾ – 12″ tall. Hardcover, Green leatherette with gilt title to backbone and canopy. Revised Edition 1986.
Book Condition: Good+, vital bump to high entrance nook, different corners gently bumped, gentle shelf put on to edges and backbone extremes, backbone straight, binding tight, pages clear and vibrant, no marks. Some very gentle foxing to textual content block.
Dust Jacket Condition: Good+ (in mylar), slightest put on to edges and a small half″ tear to again cowl at backside close to backbone.
Contents: Chapter 1: Types of Markets or Price Patterns, Chapter 2: Winning With Fibonacci, Chapter 3: Balance Point Trading, Chapter 4: Recurring Angle Method (RAM), Chapter 5: Balancing Time and Price, Chapter 6: HAP Momentum Indicator, Chapter 7: Is a Change Overdue?, Chapter 8: HAP Cycles, Chapter 9: Equilibrium Techniques, Chapter 10: Predicting Congestion Areas to Avoid Whipsaws, Chapter 11: HAP’s Use of Elliot, Chapter 12: The Triad, Chapter 13: Market Makers, Chapter 14: Entry-Exit Methods, Chapter 15: HAP Indices, Chapter 16: Organizing A Trading Plan, Appendix I: Definitions, Appendix II: Types of Pivot Lines and Trendlines, Appendix III: Types of Traders — Over 50 Charts, Illustrations and Tables. — 1980s period Trading Book largely based mostly on Hamon’s HAP Research Investment Study Group that focuses on extensively researched buying and selling programs. Many of those programs discover their roots in Gann, Elliot and the use Fibonacci ranges. Straight ahead guide, effectively organized and illustrated. 167 Pages.