Using Trend Lines – Part One

Trend lines are defined by lines. A line is just a connection between two points. An upward sloping trend line is bullish, a downward sloping trend line is bearish and a horizontal trend line is neutral. Initially we connect two extremes or two high points (point A...

The Need for Active Management

It’s fairly evident that the U.S. Monetary policy of printing money will bring on inflation. The question is when? Inflation is a lagging indicator so it could take awhile to appear. When it does this will cause a rise in interest rates which will put pressure...
Tools of the Technician

Tools of the Technician

The technician will use many tools, however, one that I have found very useful is the MACD. Sounds very complicated and it is to a degree, but it is very useful for signaling changes in momentum and trends. I’m going to explain what the MACD is and I...

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