The Library of Technical Analysis

This week I got the chance to spend some time at the MTA Library of Technical Analysis. The collection is kept in a safe room inside of the Newman Library at Baruch College. If you’re a member of the Market Technicians Association and happen to be in New York City, I highly recommend checking it out. The collection has 100+ year old books, archives of newspapers and magazines from the 1950s, hand drawn point & figure charts, and even a 2nd Edition Graham & Dodd from 1940 that made the cut.

I was able to check out a few of the old books that will be delivered to me this week. I’m sure I’ll post some of my findings after I dig in. But I brought my camera and took some pictures that I wanted to share. Enjoy:
 

 

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