Category Archives: Daily Charts

Be Alert To This Pattern On The S&P 500 Chart: It Formed At The December High And Every High Since October

In December we highlighted an interesting pattern of eveningstar reversal formations on the S&P 500 daily chart. We noted that, in both October and November eveningstar patterns had formed on the chart. They had marked important lower highs An eveningstar is a bearish three-day reversal formation, often seen at market tops. It consists of a… Read More »

Let The Amazon Chart Be Your Market Guide Over The Short Term

Wednesday’s broad based rally formed “morningstar” patterns on a large number of daily charts. The morningstar is a three-day formation that consists of a large down-day candle, followed by a narrow opening and closing range “doji” candle, and completed by a large up-day candle. It is considered a reversal pattern and represents a transition in… Read More »

Putting The Recent Market Volatility Into Perspective – On Mad Money With Jim Cramer

It’s always exciting to be featured on the “Off the Charts” segment of Mad Money on CNBC. Jim Cramer is a master at taking a dry two-dimensional topic like charting, and bringing it alive with his own insights and humor. On tonight’s show, Jim articulated perfectly the RightView Trading take on the broader market on… Read More »