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I came up with the first ebook on “Basics of Technical Analysis” . For now I have used the data of my earlier posts only for this ebook , but it has all the data at one place and hence will be good for readers who only want to concentrate on Technical Analysis . Download Link
Please let me know how is the Ebook and If you are finding any difficulty in downloading it . Also feel free to share the ebook with your Family and Friends . No issues .
I hope to come up with another Ebook soon , on “Basics of Financial Planning for New bees” .
As always , Shyam Pattabi came up with an excellent article on his blog where he shares his views on how mis-selling happens in India and why people fall in trap of “advice” and “calls” from agents and other financial services companies , And his analogy on he post is excellent . I came up with similar topic some days back on “Why do you need a Financial Planner” , have a look on that too .
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22 replies on this article “Ebook on Basics of Technical Analysis”
A very good and compact form one can explain Technical Analysis.Please keep up the good work, need one more help, can you plz suggest me good book on Technical Analysis which covers all the aspects of T.E, and where I can download it for free.
Thanks for your comment Deepak
Excellent ebook Manish. I have read the respective articles in the blog itself but it’s good to have all of them at one place in the form of ebook. Thank you Manish !!
Welcome ! .. spread the ebook !
Nice reading the ebook.
Lt Col Tejinder Singh
great to know that 🙂
Sir your E-book on technical analysis is very good.In fact I have a few supposed to be good books on technical analysis.None of them have explained ‘How to use Oscillators to Buy& Sell’ as you have explained.Y our information on S.S and RSI will be very useful and practical.The examples given were very very useful
In this regard I wish to know ,how to spot/locate a fundamentally good stock when it is getting in to ‘OverSold’ area.I am keen in using this information in Indian as well as in the UK stocks.I will be grateful to receive your reply soon.
My knowledge in that area is quite limited , I have put all what I knew 🙂
Sir ,I can only say loudly that it shows YOUR MODESTY>
Your book on Basics on Technical Analysis is indeed an useful book.
To make use of the techniques provided in the book, would you pl share with us websites where technical charts of stocks/index are provided?
You can use bazaartrend.com or icharts.in 🙂
Try now !! .. sorry for inconvinience
link not working 🙁
Great !! , how are you liking the new articles on stock markets ?
Thanks a lot!! very useful and provides a good start to guys like me who are new to the markets
Thanks man . I appreciate your Recognition 🙂 . I will put some more ebooks , but wait for it . I have lots of stuff here and tehre 🙂
see the link at the top saying "Market Blog" , thats the TA blog , but i am not able to update it these days . Have reconsider what i want to do with it .
hye manish, excellent work . this E-book is very good in some compact form for new reader who are new to market.will be please make some other Ebook on your personnel finance. will be helpfull for some quick reference.
where is links to your
TA blog. i could not find it.
This is swathi. I can't download the book from the link, it is blocked by firewall. Can u e-mail me the book? hope u know my e-mail id.
Its all because of dedicated readers like you . I dedicate it all to readers like you.
How is the idea of ebook ?
53 followers,(last time when thought of closing the blog you had 37) somebody's getting popular….No doubt, you deserve it.
Keep it up!!
Thanks man . For this ebook I just thought of putting the same stuff again at one place , so that people would find it easy to get it and it will be a single important topic in its own .
What else do you suggest for an ebook?
Good one, you have compiled everything together. I had read each topics individually from your blog.