This month's share market eNews email is going to all Toolbox Members as normal, and to some non-members, and includes very useful information about my new "4 Windows" Share Market Analysis approach. More details are included below.
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on focused topics - see a quick intro to the eNews emails
. They often include references to specific eBook Articles
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|This month's focus:
The "4 Windows" Approach
day-to-day and week-to-week performance of companies in the share
market depends on the underlying mood and sentiment of all the investors
and traders who participate in the market. When a company's share price
rockets upward, or dives downward, it is because enough of the market
participants have a strong enough view of the stock, or of the market
generally, to cause the share price to move. But how to analyse all the
detail without overlooking anything?
The "4 Windows" share market
analysis approach is a framework intended for both new and experienced
investors and traders to firstly remind us of the breadth of the field
of technical analysis
, and also to serve as a checklist to help us remember key considerations for stock (and index) analysis.
More details on this month's focus are below, so please read on...
Recent monthly focus topics
Since starting this new format for the monthly eNews email
in December 2010, I have accumulated many topic-specific discussions.
Rather than list them all here (as I had been doing), it is best to
refer to the latest detailed list in the eNews email archive in the Toolbox.
The "4 Windows" approach
For this month's
focus on the new topic of the "4 Windows" share market analysis
approach, I have prepared two new web pages, and one new eBook (PDF)
are now a total of 127 Articles in this collection of eBook Articles - a
whopping total of 563 pages of information! You can see the Table of Contents for all Articles here
(recently new or updated ones are highlighted), and the Detailed Toolbox Index here
Don't forget to see the updated Table of Contents pages for all articles (see links in the side-bar at right).
eBook (PDF) Articles - Summary
Since October 2008 I have accumulated quite a collection of eBook (PDF) Articles
on three subject areas - Share Trading/Investing, Technical Analysis
and BullCharts software (actually more than 550 pages of material
in more than 125 articles). These Articles are invaluable for both new
and experienced investors and traders. I am now writing brief monthly
notes in this eNews email to highlight specific Articles on targeted
topics. I am also writing new Articles and updating existing ones as
For more information see:
Article front pages
For any new readers of my Toolbox eBook Articles, there are some useful introductory Articles including an Introduction and an Overview Article for each of the three subject areas. You can see them here:
- Share Trading / Investing:
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Until next month,
happy investing or trading,
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