Markets in Motion (Hardback)Ned Davis (author)
Hardback Published: 17/06/2005
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The history of the stock market performance in different economic and political environments provides critical clues on how the market will behave in the future. Trends in inflation, industrial production, money supply, and interest rates can be directly correlated to stock market movements. As economic environments evolve, the ability to reference similar environments from the past give traders and investors an edge in determining the future direction of the stock market. Markets in Motion is a graphical overview of the economic conditions and events that have influenced the U.S. stock market since 1900. The book is divided into decades. The graphs display the performance of the Dow Jones Average, the Dow Jones price to dividend ratio, industrial production, money supply, consumer price index, T bill rate, and the Discount rate. Embedded on the graphs are short descriptions of important political, economic, and historical events. Ned Davis Research (Atlanta) is one of the best-known, and widely respected independent investment research firms in the world. Ned Davis serves over 6,100 research clients at more than 1000 investment firms in over 20 countries. Ned Davis' products include economic, valuation, sentiment, and monetary studies. In addition to charts and studies covering domestic and international markets, the firm provides clients with customized indicators, asset allocation models, and market studies. Ned Davis research leads to an objective, disciplined approach to investing that focuses on risk-management, staying in harmony with the primary trend, and avoiding major disasters.
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Weight: 941 g
Dimensions: 439 x 302 x 20 mm
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