"I want to introduce my children to technical analysis. What advice can you give me on this? Is there a book that you would recommend for beginners?"
David Fuller's view Well, you are a good father, 'leading them to water', as the saying goes. I think they will be more likely to drink, or at least learn more if, like Eoin and me, you also favour factual, behavioural technical analysis as developed by this service, rather than than the more theoretical and subjective approach found in too many text books. Ours is also a Fusion approach because we are not afraid to look at fundamental data or themes.
If you are still with me on this, I have no hesitation in recommending that you give them Eoin's Crowd Money. It is highly readable and you could also talk to them knowingly on the subject, offering insights based on your knowledge and practical experience. If they remain interested and show some of your flair for the subject, the next logical step would be to accompany them at The Chart Seminar. Plenty of parents have done this over the decades.