Posts filed under “Technical Analysis”

Chart of the Week: NASDAQ 100 Net 52 Week Highs/ 30 Day Highs

The # of Net 52 Week Highs (52 week highs minus lows) is
barely positive, but as shown below, the strong bull market of 2003 produced
readings much stronger than present. This is both reflective of the lack of
market direction and the waning participation in the longer-term bull move.

NASDAQ 100 Net 52 Week Highs/ 30 Day Highs
click for larger chart

Nazz_52_week_his

Source:
Technimentals

At the same time, the NASDAQ 100 index is forming higher
lows. This implies the markets can rally somewhat higher — but the A/D line divergence indicates
fewer stocks are participating in the up-trend.

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Quote of the Day:

"Those who realize their folly are
not true fools."

~Chuang-tzu

Category: Technical Analysis

Chart of the Week: Net NYSE Up Thrust Days v Down Thrust Days

Category: Investing, Technical Analysis

Finding A Floor?

Category: Technical Analysis

Presidential Cycles

This weeks Barron’s has an interesting chart from Sy Harding. If you are unfamiliar with Harding’s work, have a look at his prescient 1999 book, “Riding the Bear: How to Prosper in the Coming Bear Market.” (Spend the $1.49 on used copy — its well worth it). Harding suggests that: “UNLESS I’M LOOKING AT the…Read More

Category: Markets, Technical Analysis

DJIA 1966 – 1982

The previous chart reveals the long standing secular moves of the markets; What’s an investor to do during one of the long periods of weakness? One answer is to learn to be more nimble, and trade the cyclical markets. > Dow Jones Industrial Average, 1966 – 1982 click for larger chart data for chart courtesy…Read More

Category: Investing, Markets, Psychology, Technical Analysis

Chart of the Week: NYSE Making New Highs

Category: Markets, Psychology, Technical Analysis

Apprenticed Investor: The Stock Pre-Nup

Category: Investing, Psychology, Technical Analysis, Trading

Spiking VIX Creates Opportunity

Category: Psychology, Technical Analysis

Is Oil a bubble?

Category: Commodities, Markets, Technical Analysis

Apprenticed Investor: Six Keys to Stock Selection

Category: Investing, Technical Analysis, Trading