Partial table of contents: PRELIMINARIES. The Great Fundamental Versus Technical Analysis Debate. For Beginners Only. FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS. Fourteen Popular Fallacies, or What Not to Do Wrong. Types of Fundamental Analysis. Applying Technical Analysis to Fundamental Data. The Role of Expectations. Incorporating Inflation. Seasonal Analysis. Analyzing Market Response. Fundamental Analysis and Trading. A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO REGRESSION ANALYSIS. A Review of Elementary Statistics. Checking the Significance of the Regression Equation. The Multiple Regression Model. Analyzing the Regression Equation. FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS APPLIED--THE MARKETS. Forecasting Hog Prices. Forecasting Grain Prices. Forecasting Sugar Prices. Forecasting Copper Prices. Appendix. Index.
Jack D. Schwager is Director of Futures Research and Trading at Prudential Securities. He formerly held similar positions at Paine Webber and Smith Barney, with a total of twenty-two years' experience heading up futures research departments. He is also a Commodity Trading Advisor and one of the coprincipals of Wizard Trading. Mr. Schwager is the author of the highly regarded A Complete Guide to the Futures Markets, and the Schwager on Futures series that includes the titles Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis, all published by Wiley. His writing has appeared in many publications, including the Handbook of Futures Markets, The New York Times, and Forbes. Much in demand as a speaker, he has lectured on a range of analytical topics, with a particular focus on great traders, technical analysis, and trading system evaluation.