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New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and Grains & One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks & Commodities

By William Dunnigan
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About the Author

William Dunnigan

The greater part of William Dunnigan's life was dedicated to close association with stock and commodity markets and what makes them tick. Technical analysis was extremely important in his life. His prowess as a market researcher and the many papers he produced earned him the respect of his peers. His finest writings can be found in the last two books he wrote before his death in 1957 - New ... Read more on William Dunnigan

Contents Listing

New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and Grains (1956)

Part I: Little Lessons
Part II: Background to Trading
Part III: Blueprints for the Stock Market
Part IV: Gains in Grains

One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Commodities (1957)

Part I: One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Grains
Part II: Trading in Commodities with One-Way Formula

Appendix: Dunnigan's Coaching Reports
New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and Grains (1956)

Part I: Little Lessons
Part II: Background to Trading
Part III: Blueprints for the Stock Market
Part IV: Gains in Grains

One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Commodities (1957)

Part I: One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Grains
Part II: Trading in Commodities with One-Way Formula

Appendix: Dunnigan's Coaching Reports

Jacket Text

Easy to use, and adopted by many successful traders over the years, William Dunnigan's One-Way Formula for Trading in Stocks and Commodities is a robust and reliable mechanical approach to buy/sell decision-making in speculative markets. A rare example of a 'universal' formula, this technique can be applied to almost any stock or commodity market, and requires little more than accurate line and bar charts.

To understand the union of these two books, we have to understand the author's ambition to develop a complete trading system which gave exact buy/sell signals for stocks or commodities, which was mechanical in all its applications, and which didn't require the user to make any mental decisions.

In New Blueprints for Gains in Stocks and Grains the author explores and introduces a full range of technical principles and lays the essential analytical groundwork for this universal formula.

Professional Reviews

"Over the years I made it my goal to acquire each of the works written by the greatest market market technicians of the past. William Dunnigan is without question one of those great market masters. The One-Way Formula is a masterpiece, and should be included in the library of every serious student of market analysis." - Jerry Favors, The Jerry Favors Analysis

"I'm certain that traders fifty years from now will be using and profiting from Dunnigan's timeless formula." - Charles le Beau, co-author of Computer Analysis of the Futures Market

"William Dunnigan's New Blueprints book deserves a place in financial history. It's an invaluable piece of work which should be read and studied by anyone with even a passing interest in the stocks or commodities markets." - Richard Russell, Dow Theory Letters

"Over the years I made it my goal to acquire each of the works written by the greatest market market technicians of the past. William Dunnigan is without question one of those great market masters. The One-Way Formula is a masterpiece, and should be included in the library of every serious student of market analysis." - Jerry Favors, The Jerry Favors Analysis

"I'm certain that traders fifty years from now will be using and profiting from Dunnigan's timeless formula." - Charles le Beau, co-author of Computer Analysis of the Futures Market

"William Dunnigan's New Blueprints book deserves a place in financial history. It's an invaluable piece of work which should be read and studied by anyone with even a passing interest in the stocks or commodities markets." - Richard Russell, Dow Theory Letters


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