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Method of Trading in Stocks by Richard D. Wyckoff
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Overview: Richard D. Wyckoff was an extremely successful stock market trader. His technical trading strategies and techniques have withstood the tests of over 75 years of changing markets. They are as valid today as they were in 1930,
when he developed the Richard D. Wyckoff Course in Stock Market Science and Technique.
The Wyckoff strategies and techniques teach technical traders to read the markets and discover what and when
the professionals are buying and selling.
By analyzing the price movements and related volumes, Wyckoff traders can discover when large interests are accumulating or distributing a particular stock. This allows them to take a position just before the stock is ready to move.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational
Wittgenstein on Logic as the Method of Philosophy: Re-examining the Roots and Development of Analytic Philosophy by Oskari Kuusela
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Overview: In Wittgenstein on Logic as the Method of Philosophy, Oskari Kuusela examines Wittgenstein’s early and late philosophies of logic, situating their philosophical significance in early and middle analytic philosophy with particular reference to Frege, Russell, Carnap, and Strawson. He argues that not only the early but also the later Wittgenstein sought to further develop the logical-philosophical approaches of his contemporaries. Throughout his career Wittgenstein’s aim was to resolve problems with and address the limitations of Frege’s and Russell’s accounts of logic and their logical methodologies so as to achieve the philosophical progress that originally motivated the logical-philosophical approach. By re-examining the roots and development of analytic philosophy, Kuusela seeks to open up covered up paths for the further development of analytic philosophy. Offering a novel interpretation of the philosopher, he explains how Wittgenstein extends logical methodology beyond calculus-based logical methods and how his novel account of the status of logic enables one to do justice to the complexity and richness of language use and thought while retaining rigour and ideals of logic such as simplicity and exactness. In addition, this volume outlines the new kind of non-empiricist naturalism developed in Wittgenstein’s later work and explaining how his account of logic can be used to dissolve the long-standing methodological dispute between the ideal and ordinary language schools of analytic philosophy. It is of interest to scholars, researchers, and advance students of philosophy interested in engaging with a number of scholarly debates.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy