Monthly Archives: August 2012

Seasonal Statistic For August 22

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Seasonal Statistic For August 21 (Scroll Down)

Changes In Chart Interpretations We can draw on ancient of sources of reasoning like Edwards and Magee to remember that a price chart makes a picture of how the stress between buyers and sellers has been resolved over a time … Continue reading

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HFT Trading, Like The Wishbone Offense

Back in 1968 in mid season, the University of Texas introduced the wishbone offense. College football defenses were initially blindsided. Soon colleges all over were using the wishbone. In a short time coaches found techniques to neutralize the wishbone and … Continue reading

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Expected Seasonal Pattern Compared With Actual Trading To Date

“The world is not the way they tell you it is.” Adam Smith, Money Game 1967 The red line represents what the averages would do if the seasonal pattern was followed exactly along with the markets historical upward bias.

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Historical Trading Statistics For August 20

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Historical Trading Statistics For August 17

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Historical Trading Statistics For August 16

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Can Traders Adapt?

The bison is near extinct as a species because a new predator moved into its living space. The bison herds had no way to adapt fast enough to avoid near extinction. Ordinary securities traders are, as a result of high … Continue reading

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Stock Market Historical Record For August 15

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ETF Volume % of Total

There is a tendency for ETF volume to spike ahead of a significant market move, especially if it is up.

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