There is a book titled How To Make A Fortune On The Stock Markets by Samuel Blankson. It apparently discusses Fibonacci, Elliot Wave analysis, Candlestick Charting, MACD and Moving Averages, yadda, yadda, yadda. That stuff is called technical analysis. Technical analysis is an oxymoron, because it is neither technical analysis. Anyone can look at a chart after the fact, point to features on the chart and say the stock went up because of this or that. I have read some stuff about different people following the same technical analysis principles, look at the same charts, and come up with different conclusions.

I will tell you how to make a fortune on the stock markets. Start investing as early as possible. Start now. Invest frequently (buying, not selling). Increase your investments over time. Diversify. I recommend investing in funds. I like funds. I have mutual funds in my 401k. I have exchange traded funds (ETFs) in my Roth IRA. Funds are making me rich! It is hard to pick the right stock. Pick the wrong one, you lose money. If you buy a fund, chances are 1/3rd of the companies in it will lose money. But the good news it that the other 2/3rds will make money. So open an account now. Buy some general funds. Large cap, small cap, mid cap, S&P 500, whatever. Invest some into your funds every month. Keep buying. Don’t sell! If the funds drop, that is okay! Keep buying! Because now you are getting more shares for your money! If you buy a stock, and it is dropping, you don’t know how far it will drop. If you buy a fund like the S&P 500 that is made up if hundreds of solid growing campanies, you know it will go up! Meanwhile keep buying those cheaper shares!
THAT is how to make a fortune on the stock markets!