Continue reading...Steve Nison is a busy man. Ever since his first book ?Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques? was published in 1991 he has run his own advisory business, which gives trade recommendations to institutional investors and [[hedge
fund]]s. He is also one of the most respected teachers on trading the financial markets, and his seminars are always a sell-out wherever he goes. Since the publication of his first book he has written another two best sellers on
Candlestick analysis. His first book is affectionately known as the ?modern-day bible? of trading.
Tom Hougaard caught up with Steve Nison during a quiet day in the market.
Tom Hougaard: How did it all start?
Steve Nison: 30 years ago I worked for a commodity broker and advisory service. All my work was based around fundamental analysis. Today it is hard to imagine that all investment decisions 30 years ago were based on fundamental research. I knew nothing about technical analysis...
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