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Curtis Arnold's PPS Trading System: A Proven Method for by Curtis M. Arnold

By Curtis M. Arnold

Identifies chart styles that make cash in quite a lot of markets. presents fascinating observations on how a few of the classical chart styles utilized to shares additionally paintings in futures buying and selling in addition to a chart trend attractiveness procedure, with particular access and go out principles and stringent probability administration principles.

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You will be able to recognize false technical signals that do not correspond to the visual display of supply and demand showing on the chart. You must always see supply and demand in terms of volume and price. Many times you will not have a clear picture of supply and demand because the market does not know where to go next and is not giving any signal. When that happens, you must presume the existing trend is correct until you receive a signal in terms of price and volume to the contrary. Our two case studies of Apple and Google in this chapter will clarify this.

The enormous drop was caused by the market crash. There is a “V” bottom at the end of 2008 at $80, and that bottom marks the beginning of an enormous move up from the bottom back up to $130 during 2010 and then on to $200 in 2012. The “V” bottom at the Jan 09 line on the chart is typical of a sharp reversal in supply and demand. At this bottom it is important to note that the crossing of the 200-day to the upside at $100 in 2009 comes too late to be a useful signal. Too much of the move up is lost.

It foreshadows price falling from $130 to $80 and breaking below the 200-day. The enormous drop was caused by the market crash. There is a “V” bottom at the end of 2008 at $80, and that bottom marks the beginning of an enormous move up from the bottom back up to $130 during 2010 and then on to $200 in 2012. The “V” bottom at the Jan 09 line on the chart is typical of a sharp reversal in supply and demand. At this bottom it is important to note that the crossing of the 200-day to the upside at $100 in 2009 comes too late to be a useful signal.

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