ICHIMOKU CHARTS AN INTRODUCTION TO ICHIMOKU KINKO CLOUDS PDF

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? Candlestick charts, although originating in Japan, now play an important role in technical analysis worldwide. Now, for the first time in English, this book presents the next stage of candlestick analysis - Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. Sometimes called Cloud Charts, this analysis adds moving averages to candlestick charts. But moving averages a little different from those traditionally used in the West.

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Reuters shall not be liable for any errors or delays in content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Reuters and the Reuters Sphere Logo are registered trademarks of the Reuters group of companies around the world. For additional information about Reuters content and services, please visit Reuters website at www. The book has been written for existing users of candlestick charts who want to extend their knowledge and techniques to include Ichimoku Cloud charts.

The book covers the history of candlestick charts - explaining the context in which they developed. It then moves on to explain how in the s and s a journalist, with the pseudonym Ichimoku Sanjin, started refining candlestick analysis by adding a series of moving averages.

The book explains in detail how to construct Cloud charts and how to interpret them. The book is illustrated throughout with numerous examples of Cloud chart analysis. A brief history of candlesticks and the development of Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. Constructing the Cloud Charts. First, a quick introduction to candlestick charts - the foundation of Ichimoku - and then a detailed explanation of how Ichimoku charts are constructed. Interpretation of the Clouds.

How to interpret the Cloud charts, including: identifying support and resistance levels; the significance of cloud thickness and the distance between price and cloud; and how to finesse trading positions.

The Three Principles. Case Studies. Several case studies are included that work through in detail the interpretation of Ichimoku chart examples. Option Trading with Clouds.

How the unique combination of timing and price levels that is possible with Ichimoku analysis is particularly relevant for option trading strategies. A long time ago, and more years than I would care to admit to, I started my first City job as a junior dealer at the then small Bank of Scotland. Working in the money market section, with what at that time were cutting edge interest rate futures, my two bosses there were only three of us said:. You will be our expert on charts.

All the futures dealers in Chicago use these, so off you go and learn. And so I did. Later, armed with a pencil, graph paper, a couple of brief lessons under my belt and bare-faced cheek, I wormed my way in to the offices of the few jobbers and brokers who knew about Technical Analysis.

I immediately knew I had found my niche, and still today I often think my job is such fun. Everyday I have a jigsaw puzzle where I have all of the pieces, but there is no image to fit them to.

You have to work the big picture out by yourself. It is also a little like dancing. Sometimes it is pure hard slog: tiring, tedious, repetitive, constant discipline, and my partner has two left feet. Over the years the pencil and paper were replaced with computer programs. Then one day I noticed a new technical study had been added to the vast array I already had to choose from. Called Ichimoku Kinko Hyo , I had never heard of it, despite having practised as a full-time Technical Analyst for almost twenty years.

My initial reaction was one of shock-horror, when I looked at a chart and saw something that looked like a writhing mass of knotted, multi-coloured noodles. I left the noodles alone for a while; but then ten years ago I went to work for a Japanese bank, and recognised the charts many of my Japanese colleagues were using: Spaghetti Junction! Curiosity got the better of me and - at the risk of losing my street cred as sole full-time chartist in a very macho dealing room - I asked them what these were.

Slowly as he was very busy , and despite some language problems, I began to understand. Setting them up on my files, I started to use them every day. Questions arose as I went along, which then allowed me to progress to the next level with his explanations. I now realise how much I owe Harada-san, because all the books on the subject are in Japanese and, quite frankly, I am too old to start learning a language in order to learn a new charting method.

I like the method and now use it every day - because it works. I hope you too find the clouds fascinating and profitable. In this short chapter I thought it would be interesting to briefly describe the political and economic background that prevailed at the time that candlesticks were first thought of, and how Ichimoku Cloud charts evolved from these.

The chapter ends with a calligraphic diversion that analyses the Chinese characters for Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. The use of charting increased as Japan emerged from a feudal period of constant war, where the emperor in Kyoto and his military deputy, the shogun, had lost all control to A process. Upload Sign In Join. Home Books Money Management. Create a List. Download to App. Length: pages 1 hour. Description Candlestick charts, although originating in Japan, now play an important role in technical analysis worldwide.

Now, for the first time in English, this book presents the next stage of candlestick analysis - Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. Sometimes called Cloud Charts, this analysis adds moving averages to candlestick charts.

But moving averages a little different from those traditionally used in the West. For trending markets, Cloud Charts add an essential tool for analysing near-term areas of support and resistance. And then moves on to explain how in the s a journalist, with the pseudonym Ichimoku Sanjin, started refining candlestick analysis by adding a series of moving averages. The book explains in detail how to construct Cloud Charts and how to interpret them.

The book is illustrated throughout with numerous examples of Cloud Chart analysis. Walk into any Japanese dealing room today and you will see that the most common charts being used are Ichimoku Kinko Clouds.

This book presents the definitive explanation of these charts for the first time to a Western audience. Related Categories. Reprinted This eBook edition Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners. What this book covers The book covers the history of candlestick charts - explaining the context in which they developed. How the book is structured The book comprises six main chapters: History. Supporting web site The web site supporting this book can be found at www.

Introduction A long time ago, and more years than I would care to admit to, I started my first City job as a junior dealer at the then small Bank of Scotland. Working in the money market section, with what at that time were cutting edge interest rate futures, my two bosses there were only three of us said: You will be our expert on charts.

Oh, cloud charts, they said. We all use them. They did, and still do. And now I do too. History In this short chapter I thought it would be interesting to briefly describe the political and economic background that prevailed at the time that candlesticks were first thought of, and how Ichimoku Cloud charts evolved from these. Edo, candlesticks and Ichimoku Kinko Hyo Political and economic background The use of charting increased as Japan emerged from a feudal period of constant war, where the emperor in Kyoto and his military deputy, the shogun, had lost all control to Start your free 30 days.

Page 1 of 1. By far one of the most helpful introductions to cloud charting around, this is perfect for those wanting a solid intro without it being condescending or painfully simplistic.

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