How Markets Really Work by Larry Connors
Quantitative Guide to Stock Market Behavior (Bloomberg Financial)

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For years, traders and investors have been using unproven assumptions about popular patterns such as breakouts, momentum, new highs, new lows, market breadth, put/call ratios and more without knowing if there is a statistical edge.

Common wisdom holds that the stock markets are ever changing. But, as it turns out, common wisdom can be wrong. Offering a comprehensive look back at the way the markets have acted over the last two decades, How Markets Really Work: A Quantitative Guide to Stock Market Behavior, Second Edition shows that nothing has changed, that the markets behave the same way today as they have in years past, and that understanding this puts you in a prime position to profit. Written by two top financial experts and filled with charts and graphs that illustrate the market concepts they develop, the book takes a sometimes contrarian view of everything from market edges to historical volatility, and from volume to put/call ratio, giving you all that you need to truly understand how the markets function. Fully revised and updated, How Markets Really Work, Second Edition takes a level-headed, data-driven look at the markets to show how they function and how you can apply that information intelligently when making investment decisions.

 

About Larry Connors

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Laurence A. Connors is Managing Partner of LCA Capital, an asset management firm, and Connors Research, a financial markets research company. Connors has more than thirty years of experience working in the financial markets industry, is a best-selling author, and has been featured and quoted in numerous news outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Barron's.Cesar Alvarez is the Director of Research for Connors Research. Alvarez has been at the forefront of stock market research for years, and has developed a number of successful trading systems now used by investors and fund managers around the world.
 
Published February 6, 2012 by Wiley. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Seeking Alpha

If the markets continue as they have and I see no reason in the long run why the financial markets will change as long as people make the final decision, there are no longer excuses for underperforming the market.

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