Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Volume Cycles in the Stock Market: Market Timing Through Equivolume Charting by Richard W. Arms, Jr.
Volume Cycles in the Stock Market: Market Timing Through Equivolume Charting
by Richard W. Arms, Jr.
Book Description: Dow Jones-Irwin, Homewood, 1983. Hardcover. 2nd Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Hardcover, 1/4 bound light green cloth and dark green leatherette, gilt lettering over red to spine with gilt borderlines surrounding red on spine, 2nd Edition, 4th Printing, 1983.
Book Condition: Very good, near-fine, with the exception of 4 very small (1mm) dents to top edges of boards, this book appears as new, pages clean and bright, no marks.
Dust Jacket Condition: Very good, slightest wear to edges, no tears, no clipping.
Contents: The Arms Index, developed by Richard W. Arms, Jr., has changed the way technical analysts perceive the market. In discovering that stock price changes are governed by volume, not time, Arms has made a significant impact on investors' attitudes towards the stock market. "Volume Cycles in the Stock Market," describes how Arms uses trading volume to forecast price changes. Indexed, 141 pages. Collectible copy of this title in near fine condition.