Tag Archives: Technical Analysis & Charts

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Charts And Technicals Tell the Story

Understanding technical analysis is an art form that is certainly shaped most by experience.  As a charting veteran, I have evaluated thousands of charts, a daily ritual that exceeds well over 100 in a day.  That may seem exhausting but it is my requirement to perfect my craft and find the next winning trade – […]






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Listen to the Pundits or the Markets?

Not a bad first half of 2014 with the SPX 500 being the big winner, up a solid 6%, steady every month and with the old adage of a down January working against it, seemed to defy all the naysayers (remember hearing that old saw, ‘as January goes so goes the rest of the year’?).  […]






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Weekly Stock Market Commentary 8.16.13

The Standard & Poors 500 Index ($SPX)) broke down below the important support level of 1670-1680 today and, in doing so, unleashed a torrent of sell signals.  The picture has changed to intermediate-term negative. The equity-only put-call ratios are split.  The weighted ratio made new lows recently, trading at its lowest prices in over a […]






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AMZN — Decision Time

When I see a huge price cluster zone like the one on this daily chart of AMZN ($255.70, down $2.05), I don’t know whether or not the market will hold above it for sure. What I do know however is that it is a rather important decision. As long as price remains above it, I […]