Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data: Bulkowski, Thomas N., –. Encyclopedia of chart patterns / Thomas N. Bulkowski.—2nd ed. p. cm. Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns [Thomas N. Bulkowski] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In this revised and expanded second edition of the . Editorial Reviews. Review. “The book is called an ‘Encyclopedia’ for a reason. In roughly Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns (Wiley Trading Book ) – Kindle edition by Thomas N. Bulkowski. Download it once and read it on your Kindle.

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In roughly pages, it contains 53 chart patterns plus 9 more event patterns which will pretty much cover you for any chart you come across The Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns, recognized as the premier reference on chart pattern analysis, extends its lead with this Second Edition. This definitive text includes new bull and bear market statistics, performance sorted by volume shape and trend, more than a dozen additional chart patterns, and a new section covering ten event patterns.

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Significant eventssuch as earnings announcements, stock upgrades and downgradesshape today’s trading, and Bulkowski gives readers the best information on what happens after those events occur. He also shows you how to trade them and uses reliable statistics to back it all up. In each chapter of Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns, Second Edition you’ll learn the following about each pattern:. Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns, Second Edition also includes summary tables ranking chart- and event-pattern performance for easy reference; a glossary; a chapter on methodology explaining what each statistical table entry means and how it was calculated; and a visual index to make chart pattern identification a snap.

The result is today’s most comprehensive and valuable technical analysis referenceone that will save you critical time in identifying chart patterns and increase your likelihood of buying near the price bottom and selling near the top. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required.

Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? In this revised and expanded second edition of the bestselling Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns, Thomas Bulkowski updates the classic with new performance statistics for both bull and bear markets and 23 new patterns, including a second section devoted to ten event patterns.

Bulkowski tells you how to trade the significant events – such as quarterly earnings announcements, retail sales, stock upgrades and downgrades – that shape today’s trading and uses statistics to back up his approach. This comprehensive new edition is a must-have reference if you’re a technical investor or trader. Place your order today. It goes where no one has gone before.

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Please try again later. Excellent book Anyone who is aware of the basic of trading and want to go one level up should really buy this book. One person found this helpful. Old charts, given with some new self made terminology of author, with some examples. As the title says it all, it is a vast encyclopaedia of various chart patterns analyses. The in-depth and uncompromising detail with which the author has written this book is definitely worth it. Just by the content, one can realise the painstaking effort Thomas N Bulkowski has put into it.

It is presented and explained in a very methodical and comprehensive manner. The statistical research that has been conducted to derive conclusions are very exhaustive.

People seeking entertainment and some quick fixes will have to look elsewhere as this is heavy material and has to be digested page by page. The beauty about this book is that each pattern has a snapshot and a section dedicated to the statistical possibility of the future. This book is an invaluable resource for: It could lay the basis for your own research work or at least enlighten you in some ways.

See all 3 reviews. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. The updated 2nd Edition of Thomas Bulkowski’s “Encyclopedia” gathers and explains the nuances of umpteen chart patterns and their derivatives. Of particular note is his bold attempt to give a mathematical expectation of probable odds after such a pattern. Having studied these patterns over x years in both bull and shorter bear environments, he reports which percent of the time prices then advanced or declined and by an average of how much.

So his book can be used as a real time reference, he presents a unique visual pattern index in the back. Find as close as possible a match to what you are confronted with on screen. Then look it up to see if his past study and commentary sheds useful light.


Many authors promote the patterns that support their pet trading plan in an idealized context with only vague qualifiers “of course sometimes”, “often”.

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The most valuable insight from ALL his stats? More bulkowsik that there is no free lunch to be had. Even the best and most “reliable” of patterns have mere slightly better odds of prices going the one way instead of sideways or worse, the other.

In “edge finding” that is, after all, about as good as it gets. But it is sobering and oh so important to know just HOW thin such edges usually are. That is why the word “edge” itself is so darn accurate. In the often razor thin sense of the word! Alas his stats, welcome for the reason given, are not very bankable either. No standard deviation or Monte Carlo stimulation results are given to provide a firmer sense of the robustness of the findings.

He furthers a long tradition. But as a foundation for ACTION it is an incomplete approach chhart lends itself to the unjust charges that liken TA more enccylopedia astrology or palm reading than science. The huge subjectivity is at once it’s failure AND it’s alibi against the charge bulkowskii failure! This is just like “you knew darn well she was a Leo when you proposed but, sigh, you failed to note Mars was in the ascendancy on the day she was born.

Don’t get me wrong. Give me a chart over fundamental number crunching or talking heads any day. Familiarity with reoccurring or unusual patterns on those charts absolutely helps. Of deeper value than cataloguing however is a focus on what does the observed action likely MEAN? What are the always several main possibilities going on underneath to create such a pattern? This is an alternate way of approaching TA.

One that stands more on the shoulders of the likes of Wyckoff and is reflected today by such TA authors as Adam Grimes. While interpretation and decision is STILL inevitably more subjective art more than solved science and has to be or there would be no one on the other side of the order booksto me THAT approach to TA has more promise and practical value than this book’s.

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Having said all this, the two approaches are not mutually exclusive. Bulkowski’s work on patterns is still head and shoulders over going it alone with no point of reference. Buljowski well beyond agnostic reporting, he also presents generous insight and tactical trading advice throughout.

It remains to be seen how “handy” the reference is in the heat of battle. Here you have enough named pattern variations to last a life time.

For me most of them can likely be reduced to just a half dozen major themes. One could get mislead by random noise by reading too encycoopedia into the near limitless variations.