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About This Study Guide ix PART I Questions and Rating Scales 1 Introduction 3 ONE Individual Psychology 7 TWO Mass Psychology 13 THREE Classical Chart Analysis 19 FOUR Computerized Technical Analysis 27 FIVE Volume and Time 37 SIX General Market Indicators 49 SEVEN Trading Systems 57 EIGHT Trading Vehicles 65 NINE Risk Management 71 TEN Practical Details 79 ELEVEN Good Record-Keeping 85 PART II Answers and Comments 89 Introduction 91 ONE Individual Psychology 95 TWO Mass Psychology 99 THREE Classical Chart Analysis 103 FOUR Computerized Technical Analysis 107 FIVE Volume and Time 113 SIX General Market Indicators 119 SEVEN Trading Systems 123 EIGHT Trading Vehicles 129 NINE Risk Management 133 TEN Practical Details 137 ELEVEN Good Record-Keeping 141 Afterword 145 Sources 147 About the Author 149