ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Is this really the top of the massive upswing that started way back in July 2010? Probably so, but will the support level near 1235.00 in the S&P 500 hold back a strong wave of selling pressure?
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The NASDAQ has broken out of a falling wedge pattern, signaling a trend reversal from down to up and moved higher for almost two months. Will the market continue higher from here, or will a market correction set in? The falling wedge provides the answer.
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The stock price of Visa, Inc. has been on the long-term buy list for the past month. The stock rose more than 20 percent within the last three weeks. Is the stock ripe for a correction or is more upside possible?
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.
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The put/call ratio is simply the number of put options contracts traded in a given day divided by the number of call options contracts traded that same day. The put volume divided by the call volume yields the put/call ratio.
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Right On Target by Richard W. Arms Jr.
I used to buy stocks and commodities in the same manner in which Columbus sailed to the New World: I didn't know where I was going when I started out, and when I got there I didn't know where I was. It was a great
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...After hitting the median line of the Andrews pitchfork and forming a closing price reversal bar but not hitting an expected price target, the trader may consider the move over. However, by proper analysis of the market in question, it can be shown whethe
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Theoretically, trading all day and night seems most lucrative. Realistically, trading for consistent results is the most lucrative when applied in real time, with real money, by real people.
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The immediate target for a particular stock or index can be measured by using simple technical tools or trendlines. A long-term and very short-term target for the DJIA can be identified using these simple techniques.