Following a Rothschild maxim that "tops and bottoms are for fools", Marber would also add "and for liars". These include an aversion to losses, even to the point of running greater risks to recover them, excessive comfort in profits and an unwillingness to realise them, an anchoring of our views in past experience that may be irrelevant today, over-confidence and a focus on the near term and near at hand. Media Review you have to admire the author's informative and irreverent style which makes this book stand out from other, dry, text book style volumes on the subject. A Fellow of the Society of Technical Analysts, he has been a blue button stockbroker's clerk , stock market dealer, member of two UK stock exchanges, and managing partner of the London office of one of the largest regional 'broking houses. Saturday 10 November
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But before any of that you need to learn about price. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Jacket Text This marbef not your average book on technical analysis. But before any of that you need to learn about price. By contrast, fundamental analysts couldn't understand it, but then, they seldom can, so they couldn't avoid getting it wrong, constantly looking for value instead of cash.
Technical analysis could foresee property falls
Here, Marber sets out to write about his approach, in a language readers can understand and enjoy, telling them why he does what he does, and how he came to do it, including details of market pitfalls and the occasional Marber pratfall.
Technical analysis could foresee property falls. When that has been absorbed, he moves on to stops.
The index tripled in three months. Manohar Chhabra marked it as to-read Oct 03, Your money and your brain. Media Enquiries If you'd like to get in touch with the author for interview or comment, or you'd like a review copy of this product, please contact us at pr harriman-house.
Here, Marber makrets out to write about his approach, in a language readers can understand and enjoy, telling them why he does what he does, and how he came to do it, including details of market pitfalls This is not your average book on technical analysis.
For 15 years he wrote monthly for Euromoney Currency Report, and more recently for the Financial Times. He describes technical analysis as exactly like huntin', shootin', and fishin': Rights For information on available rights, please contact rights harriman-house.
Media Review one of the most finely crafted works on the subject I've come across Let's assume instead that you approach investment with a modicum of rationality. David Rogers rated it liked it Mar 11, Technical analysis is about running profits and, by using technically-oriented stops, cutting losses - not when it hurts but when, from a technical point of view, the position you're in becomes untenable.
Refresh and try again. I remember early in the year being hauled in to be told by John Duffield, founder of New Star Asset Management, markest I had got it wrong about the commercial property market. The Spectator "Brian Marber was voted by institutional investors the best technical analyst in the UK for six successive years.
Marber on Markets: How to Make Money from Charts by Brian Marber
Marber on Markets is the master's apprenticeship. The book does not claim to be comprehensive, but instead aims to be honest and to present the reader with the techniques and indicators that Marber himself uses, and has used successfully in his fifty-one years in the business.
If you think about it, this is a spectacular gamble. The book is also very well laid out, with UK Analyst "The author of the book, Brian Marber, must have looked at millions of charts over his career. Harriman House Limited Amazon. Please contact specialsales harriman-house.
Product Information Format s: Stijn rated it it was amazing Jan 21, Marber sets out to write This is not your average book on technical analysis.
The rest, as they say, has been history.