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Arms Equivolume Charting System by James S. Gould

  • Charting Cramer: GS And MO

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Rounding out Cramer's value picks for 2007 are a big-name investment banking firm and an even bigger-name blue chip.

Charting Cramer: GS And MO by David Penn

  • Charting Cramer: HAL

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In a new series, Working-Money.com puts Mad Money's Jim Cramer to the technical test.

  • Charting Cramer: NYX, AAPL, And CSCO

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The previous installment of "Charting Cramer" drew attention to the King of Cramerica's value picks for 2007. This time, we turn our attention toward stocks that represent opportunities for growth.

  • Charting Equity by Joe Luisi

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting Equity by Joe Luisi Technicians apply technical analysis to charts for trading decisions. This technician applies similar techniques to his trading system results. When asked what the key to long-term trading success is, successful traders alw

  • Charting Interest Rates

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Yields on the 10-year Treasury reached a new low and completed a double-bottom pattern on the chart. Projections from the pattern offer both good news and bad news.

  • Charting Options

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...We're not talking bars versus candlesticks. We're talking about putting the price action of puts and calls themselves on the map.

  • Charting Patterns - Rising Wedge

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Recognizing chart formations as they form can give you an inside edge in trading. Wedge formations are similar to triangle formations and can be used to help identify highs or lows.

  • Charting QQQQ Options

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Can an option chart help traders get a jump on a move in the underlying stock?

  • Charting The Future With Scott Brown

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Scott Brown, president of MetaStock, has been with the company for more than 13 years, working in almost every department and playing a key role in the development of MetaStock versions 8, 9, 10, and 11. In 2013, he navigated the divestiture of MetaStock

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:12 (99-100): Charting The Market by David Penn GAPS Are gaps to technical analysts what stock splits are to fundamental analysts: clear evidence of a market event, the significance of which is often inversely related to the l

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn Here's a new section showing some recent news events and accompanying market shifts. Coincidence? You decide.

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:12 (70-71): Charting The Market by David Penn CHANNELLING If one trendline is good, are two trendlines better? That's one way of summing up the attraction many people have with channeling and trend channels. A technician coul

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn ON-BALANCE VOLUME Interviewed by BusinessWeek magazine late in the spring of 2002, legendary market forecaster and technical analyst Joseph Granville was asked, "Does technical analysis still work?" The journalist fur

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:10 (58-61): Charting The Market by David Penn Writing in Commodities Magazine back in 1980, technical analyst Donald Lambert observed that: Many commodities exhibit some type of cyclical or seasonal price pattern. But the com

Charting The Market by David Penn

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn Here's a sample MICEX chart showing some news events in 2002 and accompanying market shifts. Coincidence? You decide.

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:6 (90-91): Charting The Market by David Penn SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE Among the first things anyone who studies technical analysis learns is the role that support and resistance play in market price action. Why does a collapse in the price of cattl

Charting The Market by David Penn

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn TRIX Long, long ago, in a bull market era that now seems far, far away (that is, 1983), a technical analyst by the name of Jack K. Hutson was trying to tease out of his computer a solution to the "drudgery" of trading.

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:2 (88-89, 107): Charting The Market by David Penn WHEN SELLERS SELL OUT Writing about "The Selling Climax" in Technical Analysis Of Stock Trends, authors Robert Edwards and John Magee observe that: Most true Selling Climaxes

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn THE RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX Writing about his relative strength index (RSI) in 1978, J. Welles Wilder noted five different ways that the indicator could be helpful to investors and traders. These include identifying to

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn TRENDLINES First job? first car? first love? There is always something to be said for what comes first. Even if your first job was as stimulating as manual labor on a Virginia plantation, your first car an always-broke

Charting The Market by David Penn

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn MOVING AVERAGES If trendlines are the first thing that most traders and technical analysts learn to do with a chart, moving averages are perhaps a close second. Rereading swing trader Dave Landry's commentary about a m

  • Charting The Market: Piercing Patterns by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:8 (62, 83): Charting The Market: Piercing Patterns by David Penn Writing about dual candle lines in his book ""Beyond Candlesticks,"" Steve Nison recalls a particularly vivid (and metaphoric) description of a "piercing pattern

  • Charting The Market: Stochastics by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:4 (120-121): Charting The Market: Stochastics by David Penn STOCHASTICS For many technicians, stochastics are the first real oscillator to be encountered when embarking on the study of technical analysis. Unlike some of the m

  • Charting The Market: Swing Rule by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:4 (10-15): Charting The Market: Swing Rule by David Penn What do the measuring rule for double bottoms, head & shoulders tops and bottoms, cups with handles, double tops, rectangle bottoms and tops, ascending and descending tr

  • Charting The Market: Triangles by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:1 (124-125): Charting The Market: Triangles by David Penn TRIANGLES Writing about triangles as significant patterns in technical analysis, trader, author, and educator John Murphy observes that: ""? The triangle is usually a

  • Charting The Markets by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Markets by David Penn MOMENTUM Momentum? The Big Mo? Is there anything in the physical world more exciting than momentum? If you're going slowly and you gain momentum, you're going faster. If you're already going fast and you gain momentum

  • Charting True Internals & Peripherals

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This simple charting technique is derived from J. Welles Wilder's true range.

  • Charting the universe of funds by Technical Analysis, Inc.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting the universe of funds by Technical Analysis, Inc. FUNDGRAF Parsons Software 118 Woodshire Drive Parkersburg, West Virginia, 26101 (304) 424-5191 Price: $100 Computer: IBM PC and compatibles So wide-spread is today's speculative impulse that ""

  • Choosing Charting Software

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...What kind of software you need to chart depends on how you trade.

  • East Meets West: CandlePower Charting by Greg Morris

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...East Meets West: CandlePower Charting by Greg Morris Candlestick charting was introduced to me back in May 1988 at an annual Market Technicians Association meeting. The method, which originated in the Japanese rice futures market in the 1600s, received

  • Elements of charting Wyckoff method of trading stocks part 2 by Jack K. Hutson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Elements of charting Wyckoff method of trading stocks part 2 by Jack K. Hutson The second of a series which presents the Richard D. Wyckoff method of trading stocks. In this article, the different types of charts upon which the Wyckoff method is based a

  • Exploring Charting Techniques, Part 1

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...What type of chart should you be using? Lines, bars, candlesticks... there are so many choices. In this first part of a six-part series, an overview of charting styles is presented that may help you make the right choice for analyzing the markets.

  • Exploring Charting Techniques: Basic Chart Trading, Part 2

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Pullbacks, swing reversals, breakouts, trend reversals - these are some of the things prices do. Here's how you can recognize and trade them.

  • Exploring Charting Techniques: Creating A Trading Strategy, Part 3

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Creating our own indicators and turning them into a trading strategy is something all technical analysts strive to do. Unfortunately, a lack of programming skills can often discourage us from accomplishing this. But there are ways to get around it. Here'

  • Exploring Charting Techniques: Demystifying Support & Resistance, Part 4

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...There are so many possible support and resistance levels on a chart. How do you know which ones to use? How do you apply them? Here in this fourth part of an ongoing series on charting techniques, we take out some of the mystery.

  • Interview: Charting Your Way With Steve Bigalow

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stephen W. Bigalow has more than 40 years of investment experience, including eight years as a stockbroker with major Wall Street firms: Kidder, Peabody & Company, Cowen And Company, and Oppenheimer & Company. This was followed by 15 years of commodity t

  • Logarithmic Point & Figure Charting by William G.S. Brown

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V.13:07 (288-291): Logarithmic Point & Figure Charting by William G.S. Brown Traditional point & figure charting is one of the oldest methods known in technical analysis. The technique is unique because it only records the direction and change in price

  • Part 5: Wyckoff method of trading stocks: Prelude to individual charting reading by Jack K. Hutson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Part 5: Wyckoff method of trading stocks: Prelude to individual charting reading by Jack K. Hutson Averages--both market and group averages--are essential to stock market analysis and your investment or trading strategy with the Richard D. Wyckoff Method.

Point & Figure Charting by David Penn

  • Point & Figure Charting by Gary Van Powell

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Point & Figure Charting by Gary Van Powell Point and figure charting, a technique for following stocks and commodities, may be simplistic but still offers the keys to success: trend identification, price objectives and money management, all of which

  • RaS: An Alternative Charting Technique

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Technical analysts rely on charts to make their trading decisions. Some prefer to look at bar charts, others prefer candle charts, renko charts, line charts, or ... There are many options to choose from. Here's another one to add to your list. It combine

Relative Performance Charting by Phil Doyle

  • SIDEBAR: EQUIVOLUME CHARTING

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...EQUIVOLUME CHARTING Equivolume charting is a method of charting developed by Richard Arms based on the principle that the market is a function of volume, not time, and so gives more emphasis to volume than traditional bar charts. Equivolume charts put v

  • Starbucks: Figure Charting For Price Support

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Starbucks (NYSE: SBUX) looks well-positioned to test record highs in the neighborhood of 45 1/4 given its intermediate price momentum since May. A solid 10-day horizontal formation in the 39/40 area represents the early stages of a consolidation area th

  • Steve Nison On Candlestick Charting by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Steve Nison On Candlestick Charting by Thom Hartle Thanks to Steve Nison of Merrill Lynch, the Japanese candlestick formation method has become international. Nison's first article on the candlestick formation in December 1989 triggered a flood of inter

Steve Nison's Candle Charting Essentials And Beyond by Sean M. Moore

  • Trading Forex: Charting Your Way

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Much forex trading by speculators is based on technical analysis. In this third part of an article series on trading forex, we'll look at what technical tools you should focus on.

  • Trading Forex: More On Charting

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In the fourth part of this six-part series, we'll look at some of the more common chart patterns, moving averages, indicators, and Elliott wave theory.

Working Money: Charting Cramer: NYX, AAPL, And CSCO by David Penn

Working Money: Charting Options by David Penn

  • Wyckoff method of trading stocks part 8 Trendlines: Refinements in charting by Jack K. Hutson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Wyckoff method of trading stocks part 8 Trendlines: Refinements in charting by Jack K. Hutson Like any complex activity, chart interpretation includes some aids to the process. Trendlines are one of these aids that help Richard D. Wyckoff analysts visua






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