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  • S&P 500 Float Changes by James Kellndorfer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:1 (14-16): S&P 500 Float Changes by James Kellndorfer Before applying indicators to securities, it may be worth your while to identify stocks that behave logically. Here's how you can apply the rules of Economics 101 to find the right stocks. Generally, mathematical formulas are created in an effort to devise some new indicator that demonstrates a pattern, but sometimes patterns appear unexpectedly when you examine the underlying mechanism. For this article, I conducted a simple survey of the Standard & Poor's 500 to evaluate the basic law of supply and demand foun...

Working Money: Where Are The Real Investors? by James Kellndorfer

  • Will The Real XAU Volume Please Stand Up? by James Kellndorfer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...V. 22:3 (56-61): Will The Real XAU Volume Please Stand Up? by James Kellndorfer There's more to volume than meets the eye. One of the questions facing technical analysts today is deciding which dataset to use. This dilemma, which recently exposed the ugly side of technical analysis with the XAU index, stems from poor standards and definitions, and it is exacerbated by the fact that technicians assume they know what they are working with. Data is now available in so many varieties that a technician must be careful not to overlook the obvious, and it is becoming far too easy to inadvertently mi...

  • Where Are The Real Investors?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Increases in volume, prices, and supply? What's going on?...

  • Does The Market Have A Personality? by James Kellndorfer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Does The Market Have A Personality? by James Kellndorfer Here's a look at how you can convert the NYSE's tick into a sentiment indicator using statistical analysis. Along with the other US stock exchanges, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) provides investors with an internal statistic of the stock market called the tick. This statistic summarizes the number of stocks that are increasing in price versus those that are decreasing in price. But what does this really mean and how can you use this information in a meaningful way? THE TICK Generally, many view the tick as the amount of buying o...

Profiting From The Tick Indicator by James Kellndorfer

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