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Tom Dorsey is well known in the financial community. Representing the major stock exchanges in the United States, conducting Risk Management seminars across the country for industry professionals as well as individual investors Author of numerous articles on equity market and options analysis for such publications as; The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities Magazine, and Futures Magazine.

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A Game Plan for Investing in the 21st Century


Expert: Tom Dorsey
Type: PDF Workbook MP3 Audio
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 45 pages
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The financial landscape has been changed forever by the widespread acceptance of the Internet. Understanding the driving principles for this new economy of the twenty-first century is a must. The invention and subsequent development of the Internet has brought new companies to trade, extended trading hours, introduced trading online, and made worldwide information instantly available. The one thing that hasn't changed is supply and demand. The same concepts that have affected the prices of produce in the supermarket for decades affect the change of stock prices on Wall Street as well.

Tom will help you develop a game plan for understanding the imbalances between supply and demand in stock prices. Tom will discuss market risk, sector rotation and individual stock selection, all using Point & Figure methodology. His straightforward, enthusiastic and always entertaining presentation will leave you with strategies for successfully managing risk in the stock market for the twenty-first century.


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Point and Figure Charting


Expert: Tom Dorsey
Type: PDF Workbook MP3 Audio
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 51 pages
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Point and Figure charting is a centuries-old technique that some historians trace back to the early Holland Flower Bulb market. The point and figure chart does not recognize time as an element in its construction; it reflects price movement only. The price movements can be specified in any increment and are most meaningful when reflecting intraday prices. Although the point and figure chart does not record volume, volume is still inherently reflected in the amount of price action since it takes a certain amount of volume pressure to cause prices to change.

Point and figure charts provide traders with one of the very few techniques available to ascertain the inherent power or ability (called a count) of a traded item to reach a price objective. This count will predict the objective of the price move with a fair degree of accuracy. The count can help a trader determine whether or not to take a trade based on sufficient potential profit. Of all charting methods, the point and figure chart gives the clearest delineation of major and minor support areas.

Tom teaches you the construction, applicability and nuances of this valuable charting technique which can be used alone or in combination with other technical indicators and charting methods. Although Tom uses equities in his examples, point and figure charting is applicable to any traded item with little or no modifications.


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