Trading with Crowd Psychology
Create a successful trading plan by understanding how crowd psychology affects stock market prices. Because the state of the stock market is a reflection of the aggregate of investors' choices, gaining insight into the complex dynamic of people's behavior in an economic context is essential to developing a successful trading plan. Using an in--depth economic analysis that integrates market psychology, and offering real life examples such as the famous tulip hysteria in Holland, this invaluable book illustrates the psychological nature of market fluctuations, and shows you how to use them to your advantage. Carl Gyllenram (Oslo, Sweden) founded the Swedish Technical Analysts Federation in 1985 and was their chairman for many years. He is also a member of the International Federation of Technical Analysts. He is Senior Asset Manager at SEB Enskilda Banken in Sweden--part of SEB, one of the largest asset managers in Scandinavia - and he manages both Swedish and European equity portfolios. Gyllenram is also the author of Crowd Psychology in the Stock Market, published in Sweden.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Publish date: 2000
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