STOCKS & COMMODITIES magazine. The Traders' Magazine

Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES
The Traders’ Magazine since 1982
has had over 1,226,237 subscribers from 174 different countries.
37,000 Page Traders’ Archive for $89.99


Article Archive For Keyword: Count

  • A Count For NASDAQ

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The US stock market is being influenced by Europe and by the Republicans preparing for a Presidential election.

  • A Different But Feasible Elliott Count for the Nasdaq

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...As I have written before, Elliott wave analysis is far more obvious after an event than before an event. Forecasts using wave analysis to predict future movement in the market are always interspersed with the words "if this happens," then &quot

  • A Feasible Wave Count For The Dow

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...I have always believed that the Dow is tracing a B-wave upwards simply because of the time scale, where the trend from January 2000 downtrend ending in October 2002 was wave A of an ABC downtrend with the high in January 2000 being a fifth wave top.

  • A King-Sized Wave Count For Crude

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Has crude oil entered a pain-free zone for black gold bulls?

  • A Perfect Count For Aruba

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...It is very satisfying when a stock follows a perfect Elliott wave count.

  • A Possible Bull Count For The Dow?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...On June 7, in the article "A Demise In The Dow," I offered an Elliott wave count showing how the Dow could fall in a bear market. After hearing Alan Greenspan's recent remarks, I present to you a count for a bull market.

  • A Working Wave Count For The Greenback

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The correction in the US dollar since November 2005 looks to be more than halfway completed.

  • A Working Wave Count For The S&P 500

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A late June bottom sets the stage for the last move higher in the bull market that began in March.

  • Alternate Dow Count?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The volatility of the past week stressed the first rule of Elliott wave theory -- namely, the chart must look correct.

  • An Elliott Wave Count In Housing

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Those looking for an end to the boom in housing can begin by plotting the upside of housing stocks.

  • An Elliott Wave Count Of The S&P 500

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The saying goes that one peek into the future is worth 1,000 finesses, so does our Elliott wave count give us that peek?

  • Could The Wave Count Already Be Completed?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Recently, I wrote an article based on the S&P 100 about why I am not a bear. Here is a varying view on that Elliott wave count and market forecast.

  • Profiting With Nortel Using Point And Figure And The Horizontal Target Count

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In analysis of stocks today, point and figure analysis is rarely used. Yet if used correctly, it is very helpful. Here is a chart of Nortel and my analysis techniques using the strategies I teethed on in 1965.

  • So What IS The True Elliott Wave Count?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...We should stick to the rules.

  • The 1-2-3 Wave Count

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In this second part of a seven-article series, find out about the 1-2-3 wave count system that's part of the indicator rules for a swing trading strategy (IRSTS).

  • The Alternative Wave Count Cometh

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...What if the market topped in the first quarter of 2004?

  • The Count Comes Back

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The first rule of wave counting: when wrong, go long(er).

  • The Count Right Now

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...An hourly Elliott wave count of the S&P 500 late in February suggests higher prices in March.

  • The Count Right Now, Redux

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Truncated fifth or extended fifth? What can we make of the March highs?

  • The May Count

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...With a minute ii wave peak in late April, look for the current decline in the S&P 500 to bottom near 1045.

  • The Return Of The Count Right Now

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...With a close above the 1215 level, the S&P 500 closes in on a 100% retracement of the spring declines.

  • The V-Trade Part 7: Technical Analysis--V-Wave Count

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Counting waves in price charts doesn't have to be complex. In this seventh part of a multipart series of articles, we consider a method that simplifies the art of counting waves so you can make more successful trades. Find out how

  • Traders' Tips "The 1-2-3 Wave Count."

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...For this month's Traders' Tips, the focus is Sylvain Vervoort's article in this issue, ""The 1-2-3 Wave Count."" Here we present the June 2013 Traders' Tips code with possible implementations in various softwa

  • Wave Count 2006

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Flats and double threes, triangles and zigzags -- here's the latest look at the Standard & Poor's 500 through the lens of Elliott wave analysis.

  • Wave Count 2006: Part 2

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This Elliott wave analysis of the cyclical bull market that began in the autumn of 2002 ends with a review and projection of the rally since the 2004 lows.

  • Wave Count Update

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A fourth-wave correction looks to be the prelude to higher prices in the S&P 500.

  • When A Wave Count Becomes Complicated

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...I have always stated that we must follow the first rule of Elliott wave: The wave must look correct. That the Elliott wave is nothing more than a signpost can change a little way down the road.

  • Which One Is The Correct Count?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...We all know that the year ahead until the Presidential elections is going to be a nail-biter.






S&C Subscription/Renewal




Request Information From Our Sponsors 

DEPARTMENTS: Advertising | Editorial | Circulation | Contact Us | BY PHONE: (206) 938-0570

PTSK — The Professional Traders' Starter Kit
Home — S&C Magazine | Working Money Magazine | Traders.com Advantage | Online Store | Traders’ Resource
Add a Product to Traders’ Resource | Message Boards | Subscribe/Renew | Free Trial Issue | Article Code | Search

Copyright © 1982–2019 Technical Analysis, Inc. All rights reserved. Read our disclaimer & privacy statement.