Japanese Technical Studies and Theory

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Reprinted from Kitco Education

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I was first involved in futures trading In 1983. By 1987 I was classically trained as a technical analyst and a licensed broker specializing in precious metals. in 1990 I was first exposed to the art of Japanese Candlestick patterns. From then forward I studied and learned this technique created in the 1600s, Combining Eastern studies with Western technical systems was the best of both worlds. The knowledge contained in the Japanese trading systems is invaluable.

 The seven lessons are meant to be read in the order they are presented simply click on the photo or link to take you to that section.      May you find value in this knowledge,

GDW

Gary S. Wagner


Lesson One

blind men

FOWARD BY JOHN BOLLINGER


Lesson two

AN INTRODUCTION 


Lesson Three

EAST VERSUS WEST 


Lesson four

EXPLANATIONS OF JAPANESE CANDLESTICKS 


Lesson five

THE SAKATA FIVE


Lesson Six

THE HISTORY OF JAPANESE TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Lesson seven

HEIKIN-ASHI CHARTS