Normally market movement is related to a combination of causal fundamentals followed by a reaction that is technically triggered. The 1000 point drop in the Dow on Monday was the reverse. The movement was related to a technically tentative market condition that was triggered by the fundamental concerns over the coronavirus. The daily chart shows… Read More »
In June last year, the SPDR Gold Shares ETF (GLD) broke above long term resistance situated in the $130 level. This level was also rim line resistance of a shorter term cup and handle pattern on the weekly chart. The cup and handle pattern projected an upside target price measured by taking the depth of… Read More »
Again, self-explanatory and presented without commentary: Be sure and check out earnings dates.
These charts are self-explanatory and presented without commentary: …to be continued after the open.
A very rare candle pattern has formed on the daily Amazon (AMZN) chart. It is called a bearish tri-star pattern and is considered a reversal sign. The bearish tri-star consists of three narrow opening and closing range doji star candles. The second in the series closes higher than the first and the third in the… Read More »
Zoom Video Communications (ZM) shares jumped higher in the two months following the company’s IPO in April 2019. The stock price then began making a series of lower highs and lower lows trading back down to its IPO opening price of $60 in October of that same year. A bounce off the $60 level failed… Read More »
The first that comes to mind when you think of Bitcoin ($BTC) is volatility. The digital currency has certainly seen some dramatic price swings over the last several years. But take a look at the weekly chart of Bitcoin and you notice something unexpected. While even the smaller swings in price represent large dollar moves,… Read More »
A major bearish reversal pattern formed this week on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) daily chart. It is called an evening star pattern and is considered by many technical analysts to be a reliable predictor of market tops. The evening star is a three-day candle formation that consists of a large white candle, followed… Read More »
It was a good week for the market and a good month. Surprising, because in early October a major uptrend line on the S&P 500 was being tested and the technical indications suggested a breakdown. A breakdown suggested a major move lower. Instead, the S&P rallied right through October and finished the month and the… Read More »
The morningstar formation, as most readers know, is a three-day bullish reversal pattern. It consists of a large dark down-day candle , foloed by a narrow opening and closing range doji candle, and completed by a large white or up-day candle. It represents a transition in bearishness, to a neutral stance, to bullishness. The formation… Read More »