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Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits, is a worthy addition to any technical analyst’s personal library or any market library. His “pioneering research” represents one of the finest works ever produced on technical analysis, and this book remains an example of the highest order of analytical quality and incisive trading wisdom. Originally devised as a practical course for investors, it is as alive, vital and instructional today as the day it was written. It paved the way for Robert Edwards and John Magee’s best-selling Technical Analysis of Stock Trends – a debt which is acknowledged in their foreword: ‘Part One is based in large part on the pioneer researches and writings of the late Richard Schabacker.’ Schabacker presents technical analysis as a totally organized subject and comprehensively lays out the various important patterns, formations, trends, support and resistance areas, and associated supporting technical detail. He presents factors that can be confidently relied on, and gives equal attention to the blemishes and weaknesses that can upset the best of analytical forecasts. Factors which investors would do well to absorb and apply when undertaking the fascinating game of price, time and volume analysis. 

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Editor’s Introduction xi
Preface to First Edition xix
Study I TECHNICAL APPROACH TO STOCK TRADING 1
Definition of a Stock Chart · Technical vs. Fundamental Factors · Technical Position
of Market Most Important · Sources for Chart Data · Advantages of Making Your
Own Charts · Which Stocks to Chart and How Many · Method of Constructing
Charts · Price, Volume and Time Scales · Major, Intermediate and Minor Movements
Study II IMPORTANT REVERSAL FORMATIONS 29
Public vs. Insiders · Detecting Professional Operations · Determining Major Turning
Points or Reversals · Volume Signs at Reversals · The One-Day Reversal ·
Comparative Volume at Tops and Bottoms · Price and Volume Must be Considered
Together · The Head and Shoulders Formation · Volume Action on Head and
Shoulders · Importance of Neck-Base Line · Varying Width of Shoulders · The Time
to Act on Head and Shoulders · Ascending and Descending Neck-Base Lines · Flat
Shoulder Variants of Head and Shoulders Formation · Reliability of Head and
Shoulders Formation · Logic of Chart Patterns
Study III IMPORTANT REVERSAL FORMATIONS CONTINUED 65
The Common or Rounding Turn · Volume Action on Rounding Turns · The
Symmetrical Triangle as a Reversal Formation · The Break-away Move from
Triangle Patterns · Volume Action on Break-Outs · Comparative Reliability of Early
and Late Break-Outs · Relation of Price Move to Patterns Size · Wave Movement
Following Apex · The Right-Angle Triangle as Reversal · The Descending Triangle ·
Volume on Break-Out From Descending Triangle · Effect of General Market on
Individual Stocks · Ascending Triangles as Reversals · The Wedge Formation ·
Action Following Up-Turned and Down-Turned Wedges Compared · Strict
Definition Required for Wedge Patterns · Probable Causes for Triangles
Study IV IMPORTANT REVERSAL FORMATIONS CONTINUED 105
The Double Top and Double Bottom · Requirements for Valid Double Reversal
Formations · Multiple Tops and Bottoms · Illustration of a False Double Top ·
Double Tops and Bottoms on Long-Range Charts · “M” and “W” Formations ·
Complex Reversal Formations · Relation to Multiple Formations and Head and
– vii –
Shoulders · Varieties of Complex Patterns · Volume Indications in Complex
Reversals · The Broadening Top Reversal · Analysis of Broadening Top · Broadening
Top Ending Bull Market · Rally Following Completion of Broadening Top ·
Broadening Formations Which Fail · Possible Explanation for Broadening Top
Study V MINOR REVERSAL FORMATIONS 143
The Inverted Triangle · Differences Between Inverted and Normal Triangle ·
Inverted Right-Angle Triangle · The Diamond Formation · The Rectangle as a
Reversal · Break out of Dormancy · Relative Dormancy in an Active Stock · The
Island Reversal · Strict Requirements for Island Formation · The One-Day Island
Study VI MAJOR CONTINUATION FORMATIONS 177
Logic of the Intermediate Area Patterns · The Symmetrical Triangle as a
Continuation · Volume Action in Continuation Triangles · Right-Angle Triangles as
Continuations · The Ascending Triangle in Up-Trends · The Descending Triangle in
Down-Trends · Inverted Triangles as Continuations · The Rectangle as a
Continuation · Volume Action in Rectangle Continuations · The Flags and Pennants
· Various Flag Aspects and Interpretations · Flags in Up and Down-Trends ·
Relation of Pennant to Wedge Pattern · The Head and Shoulders Continuation
Pattern · Review of Continuation Patterns · Formations Which Change Their
Nature
Study VII MISCELLANEOUS INTERMEDIATE PATTERNS
AND PHENOMENA 219
Patterns with Drooping Bottom · Patterns with Accelerating Peaks · Trading on the
Accelerating Patterns · The Horn Formation · The Inverted Horn · Out-of-Line Price
Movements · Interpretation of Out-of-Line Action · The Zig-Zag Movement ·
Recurrent Patterns of Price Action · Warning Given by Recurring Movements · The
Price Gap – General Description · Classification of Gaps · The Common Gap · The
Break-Away Gap · Interpretation of the Break-Away Gap · Continuation Gaps · The
Exhaustion Gap · The Interpretation of the Exhaustion Gap · Variants of the Island
Formation · Gaps on Ex-Dividend and Ex-Rights Days
Study VIII TREND LINE ACTION 263
Definition of the Trend Line · The Theory of Trend Lines · Practical Uses of Trend
Lines · Methods of Establishing Trend Lines · Practicing on the Chart · Patterns
Appearing Within Trends · Trading on the Primary Trend Line · The Double Trend
Line or Trend Channel · Playing the Major Trend · Relative Profits With and Against
the Major Trend · Trend Lines Signaling Reversals · Horizontal Trading Areas ·
What Constitutes a Significant Break · Volume Action on Breaking of Trend Line ·
Fanning Trend Lines and Flattening Trends · The Throw Back After a Trend is
Broken · Estimating the Extent of Probable Movement by Trend Lines · Logarithmic
vs. Arithmetic Scales
GENERAL REVIEW OF VOLUME: Volume as an Indication of Reversal · Volume Action
at Temporary Halts in Trends · Declining Volume During Patterns Formulation ·
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Volume as an Indication of Continuation · Relation of Volume to Price Movement ·
Relation of Volume Action to Basic Trends
THE DOW THEORY: Its Major Tenets · Limitations of Dow Theory in Practical Trading
Study IX SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE LEVELS 301
Definition of Support and Resistance Levels · Logical Explanation for Reversal
Levels · Reliability of Support and Resistance Levels · Bottoms Become Tops and
Tops Become Bottoms · Value of Weekly Charts in Forecasting · The Volume Factor
in Estimating Future Influence · Practical Application of Support and Resistance
Study to Current Charts · Resistance and Support Levels in Minor Fluctuations ·
Resistances Set Up by Trend Lines · The Cradle Formation · Resistance and Support
Levels Set Up by Head and Shoulders Formation · Support and Resistance Levels
Set Up by Multiple Formations · Support and Resistance Levels Set Up by
Rectangles and Right-Angle Triangles · Support and Resistance Levels Set Up by
Symmetrical Triangles · Support and Resistance at Gaps · Practical Uses of Pattern
Resistance Study · The Longevity of Support and Resistance Levels · 50 and 100 as
Critical Levels · The Half-Way Intermediate Movement Theory · Price Action at
Support or Resistance Levels
Study X MEASURING RULES AND FORMATIONS 333
Use of Support and Resistance Factors in Measuring · Trend Lines as Measuring
Indications · Measuring Implications of Patterns in Bull and Bear Markets ·
Measuring Implications of Head and Shoulders Formation · Measuring
Implications of Triangle · Flags and Pennants as Measuring Patterns · The HalfMast Congestion Pattern · Measuring Theories Applied to Gaps · The Single Gap
Measuring Theory · The Multiple Gap Measuring Theory · Dependability of Gap
Theories · The Time Element in Measuring
FALSE MOVES AND SHAKE-OUTS: Definition of False Move and Shake-Out · Triangles
Most Susceptible to False Moves · Volume Action on False Moves · False Moves From
Right-Angle Triangles · False Moves out of Rectangles · False Move vs. Out-of-Line
Movement · False Moves Follow Head and Shoulders Formations · Defense Against
False Moves · Strict Construction of Break-Out Rules · Use of Stop-Loss Orders
Against False Moves · The Bright Side of False Moves · The End Run Price Action
STOP-LOSS ORDERS: The Mechanics of Stop Orders · When to Place Stop Orders ·
Where to Place Stop Orders · The 5% Allowance Rule · Shifting the Stop Order · The
“Two Days Away” Rule · Stop-Loss Orders in Short Selling · Judgment in Placing
Initial Stop · Use of “Mental” Stops · Stop Orders Not Recommended Within
Patterns · Doubling or Switching Stops · Use of Stops to Make New Commitments
Study XI USE OF LONG-TERM CHARTS, AVERAGES AND GROUPS 377
Monthly Charts · Average Charts · Group Charts · Shorter Time Intervals in Charts ·
Hourly Charts · The Ticker Chart · Minor Move Chart · Minor Trend Line Chart ·
Point or Figure Charts
CHARTING BONDS AND COMMODITIES: The Bond Market · Commodity Charts · The
Wheat Market · Formations Appearing on Wheat Charts · The Cotton Market
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Study XII TRADING TACTICS 405
Selection of Operating Stocks · Swing Power Studies · Poor Stocks for Charting ·
Necessity for Patience · Limited vs. Market Orders · Advice to the Too Conservative
· Danger of Stubborness · Weighing Risks in Advance · Paper Trading
SUMMARY AND REVIEW: Chart Science a Catalog of Experience · Chart Deception
Engineered by Operators · A Program for the Beginner · Making Up the List ·
Starting the Charts · Studying the Patterns · The Final Test
Index of Figures by Figure Number 433
Index of Figures by Subject 437
Index of Text References to Figures 440
Index of Subjects 444
Editor’s note
Because of the poor quality reproduction of the original charts it was found
necessary to re-draw each one. The vertical price bars on each chart were faithfully
reproduced as closely as possible to the original bars, in terms of size and date. The
horizontal bars (the Closing Price bars) proved troublesome and the decision was
made to insert them only when the author made specific reference to their position.
With there being no other references in the text concerning the other horizontal bars
on the charts, the closing price indications were superfluous and could be, and were,
safely omitted.

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