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For those interested in day trading and short-term trading in futures, this classic 1950 work is an indispensable reference. The 3-Day Method (a.k.a. The Book Method) described therein, maintains that markets move in a three-day cycle that can be tracked by measuring rallies and declines. Linda Bradford Raschke highly recommends this book and the principles it teaches. Table of Contents: Chapter 1: How the Market Trend is Made Chapter 2: How to Make Up a Trading Book Chapter 3: Uses for the Columns and Marks Chapter 4: The Symbols as Trend Indicators Chapter 5: A Buying Day Chapter 6: A Buying Day Low Violation Chapter 7: A Selling Day Chapter 8: A Short Sale Day Chapter 9: A Short Sale at High of Buying Day Made First Chapter 10: Failures to Penetrate Chapter 11: The Trend Line and Trading Areas-Market Trends Chapter 12: Limit Day Moves Chapter 13: The Three Day Swing Method Chapter 14: The Investor and Swing Trader Chapter 15: Pertinent Points Many illustrated plates and cuts
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George Edward Taylor (13 December 1905 – 14 April 2000) was a prolific and influential scholar of Chinese studies, professor at University of Washington, Seattle from 1939 to 1969, and director of the Far Eastern and Russian Institute (later the Henry Jackson School) at the University of Washington from 1946 to 1969. He became a naturalized U.S.