Frank Tubs - Tubs Stock Market Correspondence Lessons
Tubbs’ Stock Market Correspondence Lessons (Course): Lessons One to Lesson Fourteen
Also referred to as Tubbs’ Stock Market Correspondence Course. Lessons One to Ten were written by Frank Tubbs sometime between the 1930s and 1950 and this made up the original Tubbs Course. Chapters Eleven through Fourteen are believed to have been added by C. Ralph Dystant in his republication of Tubbs work in 1970. Seems that Dystant re-typeset the entire document for the 1970 publication. 203 pp., Book Condition: Very Good, micro hole on spine otherwise as new. Contents: Lesson 1: Trend of the Market, Lesson 2: Groups-Aggregates and Individuals, Lesson 3. Records, Recording, Weeklies, Lesson 4. Charting, Lesson 5. Bases, Heads, Progressions, Swing Rule, Lesson 6. Manipulation, Pools (Sponsor and Active), The Public, Lesson 7. Selection of Trading Stocks, Making Trading a Business, Lesson 8. Resistance and Support Lines. Lesson 9. Investments, Long Move and Fluctuation Trading, Proportion, Lesson 10. Mergers, Auction of New Listings, Lesson 11. Methods, Weekly Record Plan, New Highs and New Lows, Lesson 12. Ideals, Personal Efficiency, Lesson 13. Tape Reading, Lesson 14. Technical Position, Accumulation, Progression and Distribution. — end. 203 pages. Summary: One of the best trading courses on technical analysis, and trading efficiency. Each lesson ends with a series of good questions to insure the reader understands the section’s concepts. Scarce title and still highly requested. Recommended reading. This course was also highly recommended by Dr. Jerome Baumring to his Gann Students in the 1980s.