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FIN8330_Chapter15_Slides1 - Investment Analysis and...

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Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management C h a p t e r 1 5 Technical Analysis Underlying Assumptions Advantages of Technical Analysis Challenges to Technical Analysis Technical Trading Rules and Indicators Technical Analysis of Foreign Markets Technical Analysis of Bond Markets
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15-2 The market value of any good or service is determined solely by the interaction of supply and demand Supply and demand are governed by numerous factors, both rational and irrational Disregarding minor fluctuations, the prices for individual securities and the overall value of the market tend to move in trends, which persist for appreciable lengths of time Underlying Assumptions of Technical Analysis
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Underlying Assumptions of Technical Analysis Prevailing trends change in reaction to shifts in supply and demand relationships. These shifts, no matter why they occur, can be
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