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Production, 114,117,121-124 downside, 24

Profit, 114 measuring, 163

Profitability, consistent, 21, 24-26,172questions to ask in assessing, 173-174 Program trading, 13,32, 38. 62, 64-65,revolutionary approach to assessing, 277. See also Manipulation 166-170

Pseudo self-esteem, 248 true meaning of, 163-165

Put, 8, 9,17,27, 37, 277 Risk capital, 24, 26,172

Pyramid schemes, 134, 266 Risk evaluation, 165

RisVreward ratio, 10,20, 22-23,25,26, 66,164,171,181.183, 219, 226

Questions, 231-232 Robbins, Anthony, 222. 240, 242

Quote, 10-11,103,277 Running the inventory, 11

Ragnar Options Corp., 10,26,184 Savings, 17,19,114,117,124-126, Rand, Ayn, 15,110,122,202, 203, 259, 129,140-141

267 Scame, John, 5

Rand Management Corp., 14 Seasonal fluctuations, 105

Range, 278 Secondary correction, 16,37,43-47, 84.

Rationalization, 15,111,126,176,182, 85.167, 278

228, 251-252 Reaction, 278 Commission

Reagan, Ronald, 120-121,160 Real pride, 256-257

Secondary technical tools. 88

(SEC), 63 Self-idealization, 247

Securities and Exchange

INDEX 289 Support. 25, 60,61,82,278 Synthetic puts, 27 Systematic knowledge, 4

Self-understanding, 211, 212 Sensitivity to initial conditions, 29 Service industry, 123-124 Shapiro, Howard, 13,14 Short, 9,10,16,17,25,37, 86, 95, 278

Short-term trend, 3,13, 37,49, 62, 278Takeover stock, 16, 22, 23.179,186. Shoulds, tyranny of, 194,247, 252 -255 279

Smith, Adam, 110,120, 266 Takeunders, 185

Social security contributions. 111 Taking out the stops, 82-83

Social welfare programs, 119,120,121 Tape reading, 6-7

Specialist(s), 83-84,186 Taxes, 11,19,39.130,159,160

Speculation, 3,4,5,38, 84, 86. 88Technical analysis, 6,13, 57,59-67.189 Speculator(s), 3,35,37-38,62-63,104, defined. 59,279

112.182. 278

Spock Syndrome, 197-199, 203 vs. Dow Theory, 59

Spread, 96 efficacy of. 59-60

Standard & Poors Cash Index, 65 vs. fundamental analysis, 104-105 Standard & Poors 500 Index, 17,25,53, greatest value of, 67

65, 94 limitations of. 67

Standard & Poors futures, 25,26,63, manipulators and, 63-66

278 purists and. 66-67

Statistical analysis, 12,13 tide watchers and, 60-63

Stephens, Starret, 9

Stock market crash of 1987, 32,53,Technological innovation, 35,114,123.

65-66,80,93,168-170 141.144

Stock market mini-crash of 1989,16,17, Technology, 117.122,125

18,26,54, 63,168 Stock option, 8, 278 Stockpickers, 104

Stock selections, individual, 104-107 Stop losses, 77, 79 267

Stop order, 82,178, 278 Straddle, 10,278 Strike price, 8,10,278 Subconscious mind, 203,214-216,220, 221, 226,232, 239-242,269 Success: Trading mles: conscious mind and, 225-226 meaning of, 191-195,212-214, 220 motivation and, 216-219 physical body and, 222-225

Dow Theory as, 31

Tide watchers. 60-63

Timing, 162,171 Tips, 184 Top, 84,131,279 Trade policy, 34,39,109, 111 Traders, 3,4, 20, 37,112

Technical purists, 66-67

Test, 39, 74

Tharp. Dr. Van K., 227 Tick, 25, 60, 61,184, 200, 269. 279

Time-preference concept, 129,

Alligator Principle. 15-16 defined, 177-187 85% mle, 188 importance of knowing, 2, 7



prerequisites ot, 211-212, 235 1-2-3 criterion, 76-77,178, 268

secret of the Gamboni, 1-2 about politicians, 161

subconscious mind and, 203,214-216, reasons for, 176

220,221, 226, 232, 239-242,269 and the risVreward ratio, 25-26

Supply and demand, 115,117,120,126, 213, 78-81,82,178,181

128,139,152,158-159,160 Trend(s). 49-57,178

Trends (cont): Value, 20,104,114,115,123,165. 266 defined, 49,51-52, 71 Value Line Index, 22, 23, 53. 74, 75.

discovering the nature of, 11-13 76,165

and the Dow Theory, 47 Values (personal), 202-203,209. 228.

gold futures as an illustration of, 50, 232-234

52 Velocity, 96

identifying a change of, 69, 74-81 Victory Partners, 12-13

1-2-3 criterion, 76-77,178,168 Vindictive triumph, 249

predicting based on Fed and Treasury Volatility, 4,13, 38,112,164 policy, 160-161 Volcker, Paul, 34,144,154

Trendline, 49 Volition, 203,216

drawing, 71, 75-76 Volume, 31, 41,57,99,279

examples of, 72-73 von Mises, Ludwig, 110,113,

133 139.

to identify change of trend, 74 141-142,161,266, 267

Trump, Donald, 142

2B rule, 78-81, 82,178,181 Wage-price spiral, 141

Waiting market, 56 Underconsumption, 126,128 Walsh, Steve, 188

Underevaluation, 165 Wealth, 19, 33,116,117,123.124.127,

Unemployment, 121,127,148,158 142

Weed en & Company, 11 U.S. Airlines, 17, 22, 63 ~ Whipped, 76,80,103

Unwinding, 66 . Options, 9 Wicker. John, 121

Upside potential, 24, 64 Wishes. 251-252 .

TT , , J r. Workout price, 9

& 74-75, 78,

95 Yield, 22,104,106,164



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