Quick Scan: Right on the Money by John Sweeney
We rarely receive pure chart books anymore. They had a wonderful and varied history up through the 1960s but now seem scarce. I can't recall ever getting a comprehensive chart book on the financial tradeables that cropped up during the 1970s and 1980s. Chart books had not been around that long at the time, and many players preferred quantitative analytical tools, not chart patterns.
To reverse the trend, Adam Hewison has produced Right on the Money, a chart compendium with technical annotations for the major currencies (pound sterling, Canadian dollar, Deutschemark, French and Swiss francs, and yen) traded between 1972 and 1989. These tradeables are considered by many to be the best trending of all, and an ideal vehicle for traditional chart analysis.