Mapping the Markets [Hardback]
A Guide to Stockmarket Analysisby Deborah Owen and Robin Griffiths
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Description of Mapping the MarketsThis book is about how to analyse the way markets are likely to behave and it combines the two approaches used by market analysts: technical analysis, which is based on the belief that price reflects everything that is known about a particular market; and fundamental analysis, which takes into account all kinds of factors in order to determine the correct price of an asset. It is in four parts: a kind of global overview, at the heart of which is an examination of the business cycle, including how the 50-year Kondratieff, 10-year jugular and 4-year Kitchin waves fit together; how stockmarkets are affected by the cycles and seasonal and secular trends; how to identify sectors and stocks to invest in; and future stockmarket drivers - an analysis of some of the innovations, such as fuel cell technology, that will power the next upward leg of the cycle.
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About Deborah Owen and Robin GriffithsDeborah Owen runs Investment Research Cambridge (IRC), which has a global reputation for the quality of its analysis of financial markets. Robin Griffiths has worked in the financial markets since 1964 in London, Japan and New York, and is now Head of Asset Allocation at Rathbones, a leading UK investment firm. He is a regular commentator on Bloomberg news and has been Chairman of the British Society of Technical Analysts.