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  • 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...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

  • 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. 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

    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

  • 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 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 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...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. 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...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 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: 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







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