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Deliberations on World Markets

At much less than 50 a chart, it's an economical way to see our charts.

Even more important, you get to read Ian's analysis of the world's markets. 
There's no substitute for experience and wisdom, and Ian has written Deliberations for over 30 years.

"Ian explains clearly how he reaches his conclusions.
Deliberations got me interested in technical analysis,
when I first started reading it around 1978. 
There's a lot more to TA than what's in books,
and Ian's writings let me see the process in action.

The great bull market in stocks attracted a wave of new
investors. Many are confused by the post-2000 markets,
and they call here. I always recommend Deliberations!"

John Carder, CMT
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This one-of-a-kind collection of 360 charts covers virtually every financial and market area, and includes historical pricing information as far back as 1875, and as current as the end of the most recent calendar quarter. Read John Sweeney's review from Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities (March '97).

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