ABSTRACT

Technical analysis is not supposed consistently to beat financial markets. In this book, however, Professors Surajaras and Sweeney seek to establish that carefully chosen rules can produce substantial and consistent measured profits over time. The authors also call into question the traditional academic wisdom that markets in general are efficient.

part Part 1|13 pages

Introduction

chapter 1|11 pages

Introduction

part Part 2|63 pages

Tests and Data

part Part 4|36 pages

Stability of Speculative Profits

chapter 10|34 pages

The Stability of Speculative Profits

part Part 5|26 pages

Implications for Policymakers