投資學作業ch15

投資學作業ch15

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Chapter 15 Technical Analysis 1. __________ cumulative tally of the number of advancing stocks minus declining stocks. A. The advance-decline line is a B. The market volume is a C. The trin ratio is a D. None of the above are the h 2. A high amount of short interest is considered as a __________. A. bearish signal B. bullish signal C. bearish signal by some technical analysts and as a bullish signal by other technical analysts D. none of the above h 3. Technical analysis focuses on _____________________. A. finding opportunities for risk-free investing B. changing attitudes regarding economic and political forces C. changing prospects for earnings or growth of particular firms or industries D. regulatory issues h 4. Which of the following phenomena followed by technical analysts is most consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis? A. Elliot waves B. resistance levels C. support levels D. self-destructing patterns
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5. After taking a position based on an identified trend, technical traders generally _________________. A. continue with it until a reversal of the trend is indicated B. continue with it until price stabilizes C. continue until trading volume begins to decline D. None of the above h 6. Dow theory is a techniques that attempts to identify ________________________. A. long-term trends in stock market prices B. short-term trends in stock market prices C. long-term and short-term trends in stock market prices D. risk-free trading opportunities h 7. According to Dow theory there are ______ key forces which simultaneously affect stock prices. A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 h 8. According to Dow theory, tertiary trends are _________________. A. daily fluctuations which are of little importance B. short-term deviations from the underlying price trend line C. long-term price movements lasting from months to years D. None of the above h 9. According to Dow theory, secondary trends are _________________.
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A. daily fluctuations which are of little importance B. short-term deviations from the underlying price trend line C. long-term price movements lasting from months to years D. None of the above h 10. According to Dow theory, primary trends are _________________. A. daily fluctuations which are of little importance B. short-term deviations from the underlying price trend line C. long-term price movements lasting from months to years D. None of the above h 11. A support level is ___________________. A. a level beyond which the market is unlikely to rise B. a level below which the market is unlikely to fall C. an equilibrium price level justified by characteristics such as earnings and cash flows D. the trough of a market wave or cycle h 12. According to Kondratieff, the macroeconomy moves in a series of waves which recur at intervals of approximately _________________ A. 18 months B. 4 years C. 8 years D. 50 years h 13. According to Elliot wave theory, the stock market behavior can be explained as _________________.
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A. a series of medium-term wave cycles B. a series of long-term wave cycles
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2009 for the course BUSINESS 4444 taught by Professor Dr.dale during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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投資學作業ch15

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