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Point & Figure Diary

Artricle originally published at StockCharts.com by Bruce Fraser. http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2017/07/point–figure-diary.html Regular readers have been following the epic saga dating back to 2011, when Dr. Hank Pruden published his Point and Figure (PnF) count for the new bull market. This count projected to a range of 17,600 to 19,200 for the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($INDU).  When […]

NASDAQ 100 Index. A Current Case Study.

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2017/03/nasdaq-100-index-a-current-case-study.html Point and Figure charts are generated from price volatility, unlike a vertical (bar) chart, which is plotted as a function of time. This is particularly valuable to Wyckoffians who are always on the search for a Cause being built. Causes lead to Effects; Accumulation results in Markup and Distribution turns into Markdown. Point and […]

The Definitive Guide to Point and Figure

The video below is by Jeremy DuPlessis, the foremost authority on the subject of point and figure charting. Jeremy’s discussion will be helpful for those who want to hear this topic clearly explained and demonstrated. CMT Prep Series: The Definitive Guide to Point and Figure is a webcast presentation by Jermey du Plessis, CMT, FSTA originally held on April 30th, […]

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