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See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. Published on Dec 4, Written in , Gartley provides us with a complete study of what he calls Relative Velocity, which we now call Relative Strength. Two full books in one, complete with a full packet of charts. Profits in the Stock Market is more of a course in chart reading and stock trading, it comes with nearly 40 historical charts to refer to.

We believe that Mr. Gartley and Mr. Gann may have known each other and although the chart reading and interpretation techniques within this book are different than what Mr. Gann teaches, there are moments of similarity that may help unlock some of Mr. Techniques taught can be applied to commodities. Due to the size of this book, including the large package of charts that come with it, this book should really be considered a course on chart reading. Now the same text and very large package of accompanying charts are available again.

In fact, the chart package alone is worth many times the cost of the book. This is one of the classic books written on the art of chart reading, chart interpretation and stock trading.

The fundamentals Mr. Gartley explains are as valid today as when they were formulated. Plus, the techniques taught can be applied to commodities trading, with some slight modification. Put the tested logic of this highly successful trader and this highly acclaimed book to work for you.

The Chart package includes nearly 40 large charts to follow and study. Truly a remarkable find for the serious trader. SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Profits in the Stock Market By H. Upcoming SlideShare.

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Browse by Genre Available eBooks Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Gartley 1. BoxO Pomeroy, Washington 2. Harold M. Gartley, Harold M. Gartley has long been a well-known name in the field of technical analysis.

Beginning as a board boy and runner on Wall Street, he evolved into a master technician whose techniques on trading the markets are still used today. Gartley wrote many articles on the stock market hut his best work is considered to be his book Profits in the Stock Market Of special interest to many traders is his chapter "Volume of Trading" Gartley is said to have dune more work on volume than anvone else.

He began on Wall Street in Over the years he was a broker, a security analyst, and a financial advisor. In addition, Gartle gave lecture tours and private courses on the stock market that were attended by many of the prominent people of Wall Street. He also founded the Wall Street Forum for younger analysts.

From in, Gartley worked in the field of financial and shareholder public relations. In his later years he was chairman of his own financial public relations Firm until he retired in Copyright , by H. Published by Lambert-Gann Publishing Co. Box 0, Pomeroy, Washington 3. Gartley was originally published in At this time the book was contained in a three-ring binder. Less than copies were originally sold. I purchased the copyrights from Mrs. Gartley in After a long, tedious job of getting this classic reprinted, "Profits in the Stock Market" is finally complete in this hardbound edition.

All of the original charts are enclosed in a separate envelope which accompanies the book. In order to retain authenticity, we have not redrawn any of the charts but have made reproductions from the originals. It may interest you to know that the Market Technicians Association, at its Florida meeting recently, gave its annual award to H. Gartley for his contributions to the field of technical analysis. I believe you will find this book was worth waiting for.

Pomeroy, Washington, 4. Mitchell "Business Forecasting" L. Haney "Business Statistics" J. Snider "Economic Cycle, The" F. Presley "Financial and Business Forecasting" W. Hickernell "Forecasting Business Conditions" R. Hardy "Investment For Appreciation" L. Jordan "Principles of Investment" J. Karsten "Statistical Methods" F. Dice "Stock Market, The" S. Huebner "Stock Market Profits" R. Schabacker "Stock Market Tactics" L. Gann This Course, concerning the technical approach to the business of trading in stocks, is not to be considered as the philosophers' stone of the stock market.

The average reader should leave the stock market alone, or learn enough about its intricacies so that in- telligent action can be taken in trading stocks. It is the purpose of this Course to provide a means of learning some of the important essentials in a study of the market. The objective is easy to define. However, the procedure of accomplishing it is far from simple, in that it requires a detailed presentation of the factors which appear to make, as well as the manner in which, stock prices advance and decline.

Gambling or Speculation There are two channels of approach which may be taken in attempting to make stock market profits. We may approach the problem as a gambling proposition, as unfortunately for them all too many persons attempt to do. Or we may approach the problem as a business proposition, involving greater than usual risk, but paying greater than usual profits to intelligent and patient participants.

In suggesting the second and more logical of these two approaches, it might be well to point out the dif- ference.


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The Gartley pattern is a harmonic chart pattern, based on Fibonacci numbers and ratios, that helps traders identify reaction highs and lows. Harmonic patterns operate on the premise that Fibonacci sequences can be used to build geometric structures, such as breakouts and retracements , in prices. The Fibonacci ratio is common in nature and has become a popular area of focus among technical analysts that use tools like Fibonacci retracements, extensions, fans, clusters, and time zones. Many technical analysts use the Gartley pattern in conjunction with other chart patterns or technical indicators. For example, the pattern may provide a big picture overview of where the price is likely to go over the long-term, while traders focus on executing short-term trades in the direction of the predicted trend. The breakout and breakdown price targets may also be used as support and resistance levels by traders.


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Profits in the Stock Market by H. Gartley was originally published in To get the most out of this discussion, the whole books, should be carefully reviewed. To gain the greatest benefits, two complete re-readings are suggested. Experience has indicated that such re-readings will enable the average person to find a wealth of material, part of which he has passed over, and part of which has been obscured by the great mass of detail.


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