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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 […]

A dangerous optimization assumption with Perry Kaufman

Click here to view on YouTube. From Better System Trader: “I was reading an article on a trading website and the author was making some assumptions based on the optimization results which may not have been entirely accurate. I think alot of traders can get caught up making this same assumption… I know I definitely […]

Just 10% of trading is regular stock picking, JPMorgan estimates

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/13/death-of-the-human-investor-just-10-percent-of-trading-is-regular-stock-picking-jpmorgan-estimates.html “Fundamental discretionary traders” account for only about 10 percent of trading volume in stocks today, JPMorgan estimates. “The majority of equity investors today don’t buy or sell stocks based on stock specific fundamentals,” said JPMorgan’s Marko Kolanovic. JPMorgan believes the recent sell-off in technology stocks may have been related to quantitative and computer trading […]

Learn the Benefits of Footprint® Charts

  Click here to view on YouTube. Trevor Harnett answers the question of why some traders always seem to have a better read on the market. You will learn: – What Footprints are – How Footprints help traders – Practical methods for using Footprints in various markets

Rookie Currency Traders Are Causing Trouble

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-03-20/rookie-currency-traders-are-causing-trouble-at-crucial-moments   by Lananh Nguyen It’s been something of a common lament among Wall Street veterans for a while now. And it goes, more or less, like this: All these darn twenty-something-year-olds around here have no idea what they’re doing. Perhaps it’s just the typical grousing of community elders, but last week, the Bank for […]

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 […]

How did 2016 treat you? How did your RBT treat 2016?

An article by Ivan Krastins It is that time of year … again … to have a look at the performance of various RBT’s that have been designed by some students of my L.I.V.E.T.M. approach … Click below to continue reading the article. Ivan How was 2016 for you

Next APTA Meeting – Tues 4th Oct 2016

Tues 4th October 2016 The next meeting of the Australian Professional Technical Analysts (APTA) Incorporated will be held at the City Tattersalls Club, 194 – 204 Pitt St, Sydney, at 6pm on Tuesday 4th October  2016. * Please note that APTA and MTA members receive 3 Continuing Education (CE) Credits for the CMT and AMT […]

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