NEW YORK, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Technical Analyst, a publication that brings technical trading ideas to the institutional financial markets, just named Investing with Volume Analysis (FT Press, $49.99, 352 pps, ISBN – 9780137085507, published March 2011) as its Book of the Year at an award ceremony in London on April 18, 2013. Author Buff Dormeier accepted the award saying, "I am very honored to accept this award and do so with deep humility. As I look upon the short list of finalists, I see exceptionally written books by very accomplished technicians all of whom I deeply respect and we all admire…Our craft is indeed a unique fraternity. We work in a field where knowledge and skill are equivalent to power. Although none of us know the future, as accomplished practitioners of TA we have each developed an edge, an edge to be treasured but not necessarily hidden." FT Press was represented well at the event, as Technical Analysis (FT Press, $71.99, 704 pps., ISBN – 9780137059447, published November 2010) from Charles Kirkpatrick and Julie Dalhquist was the runner-up for the award.
Investing with Volume Analysis stretches the field of market analysis and offers an enlightened look at the role of volume within modern markets. Dormeier explains his proprietary methodologies to uncover asymmetrical relationships between price and volume never before revealed. He instructs the reader not only how to pragmatically use this information to spot disparities and sniff out upcoming trend reversals, but perhaps more importantly, how and why these methods can be effective. This book is the authoritative resource on all things volume.
Praise for Investing with Volume Analysis:
"It's also that rare book which is interesting and a fun read. Although we never make guarantees in our profession, I am confident that I could guarantee everyone will learn something from this book as Buff combines historical stories with new techniques." - Michael Carr Editor MTA's Technically Speaking
"This book is not a morsel; it's a nine-course meal. Dig in." - Larry Williams
"The author has gathered in one place all the major methods and theories that deal with volume in the stock market… He puts it all together into usable and readable guidance, using effective analogies and occasional humor." - Richard W. Arms, Jr.
"They say, 'In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.' This book will give technicians both eyes. It is clear, well written, and step-by-steps give the reader the tools to understand this important tool putting volume analysis in its proper historical context. It is highly recommended." —Richard Mogey, CMF Investment Advisors
This wasn't the first award given toInvesting with Volume Analysis. Each year, TraderPlanet recognizes innovators in the financial industry for exemplary work in areas such as publishing, brokerage services, trading courses, etc. with their Superior Trading And Resource (STAR) Awards. This year Dormeier's work received top honor in the "Book" category.
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About the Author
Buff Pelz Dormeier, CMT (Fort Wayne, IN), is a foremost expert in the field of volume analysis and founder of VolumeAnalysis.com. He has over 20 years' experience dynamically managing private investment portfolios for affluent individuals, financial advisors, institutions, trusts, and endowments.
An Award winning industry innovator, Dormeier is the developer of Volume Weighted Moving Averages (VWMAs), the Volume Price Confirmation Indicator (VPCI), the Anti-Volume Stop Loss (AVSL), the Trend Thrust Indicator (TTI), Capital Weighted Volume Indexes, as well as a host of cap weighted volume based breadth indicators. His work has been published and/or referenced in Barron's, Stock's & Commodities, Active Trader magazines, C-NBC, The Financial Times as well as theIFTA & MTA Journals and he is the winner of the 2007 Charles Dow Award for innovative technical analysis research.
About FT Press
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Investing with Volume Analysis
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