Veteran investment advisor takes his earlier pioneering market research another step with his discovery that large institutional investors leave repetitive, reliable--but hidden--tracks in the stock market. 

Kinsman explains these tracks in detail, showing how professional investors use them with his Stock Pattern Recognition (SPAR) analysis to greatly increase potential profitability while reducing risk. Charts; graphs. Among the 145 investment letters or services tracked by the Hulbert Financial Digest during 1993, 's Stock Pattern Recognition Service was the most expensive at $995 per year. In this also pricey monograph, Kinsman synthesizes his advice. He explains that his strategy is one of positioning rather than timing, and that it is based on statistically detectable and historically repetitive patterns that he discovered and which can be used to generate buy and sell signals. 

Kinsman, author of There's Always a Bull Market (1990), calls his system Stock Pattern Recognition (SPAR) and claims that it has been 95 percent accurate over the past 25 years. Other investors, on the other hand, suggest that returns on Kinsman's methods barely equal the Treasury bill rate. Recommended for libraries building comprehensive investment collections. David Rouse

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