Market Dynamics 

Relative Strength In A Long-Term Point & Figure Chart Format

 

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Discover The Amazing  Power Of Point & Figure Charting

Reports and Updates - Weekly

  • Exchange Traded Funds - Weekly chart review of 180 ETFs - Sent to clients on Monday

  • Review of Market Breadth - Chart review of market breadth by sector - covers the following sectors: S&P 500, S&P 400, S&P 600, NASDAQ 100, high volatility sector and the high yield sector - includes comments about the major trend of the stock market - Weekly on Thursdays.

  • Portfolio Management Letter - A short essay about some aspect of portfolio management - Weekly on Fridays.

  • Stocks trending up from major bases - A separate report covers each sector - S&P500, S&P400 and the S&P 600 - each report covers 40 to 150 stocks drawn from each index - updated and sent to subscribers monthly. Buying stocks that are trending up from a major base of accumulation on the relative strength charts has proven to be a very effective method for finding the major winners in the stock market. These are probably the most important reports produced using Market Dynamics and they help focus the portfolio manager's attention on stocks with significant upside potential.

Reports and Updates - Daily

  • TPARC Report - Technical Perspectives On Analyst's Stock Rating Changes -When brokerage analysts make changes to their individual stock investment ratings, those changes are reported daily on the Internet. I download the rating changes on widely held stocks and I prepare a report that covers my analysis of the long-term relative performance trend for each stock. The most important element of this report is when the trend analysis from the relative performance chart disagrees with the analyst's rating change. TPARC is a daily feature of Market Dynamics.

  • Market Dynamics Stock Rating Service - Subscribers to the Market Dynamics Service can request that I prepare a numerical buy/sell/hold rating on a stock. The report is limited to 25 stocks per day and it is prepared on a first come/first served basis. The report is prepared about Noon mountain time daily. If I do not receive 25 requests for ratings on a given day, I will fill out the list with stocks selected at random from a list of big cap stocks. My intention is to provide buy/sell/hold ratings on all the stocks in the big cap sector about four times per year.

  • Daily data updates - The updates for the Market Dynamics charting software are sent to subscribers on a daily basis to update their system for that day's activity.  These updates also include a buy list of stocks that I believe are attractive for purchase. In addition, there are several screens that provide a list of stocks with major bases, major tops, strong relative performance over various time periods as well as stocks in up trends and stocks in downtrends. It is also possible to prepare a list of all stocks that are currently on a Performance Alarm. A Performance Alarm is a proprietary method that shows stocks with very negative trend characteristics. When a Performance Alarm appears, the chart automatically turns bright red to provide a clear signal to the user that the performance of that stock is unacceptable.  Institutional portfolio managers can review a lengthy list of stocks very quickly using the Market Dynamics system. Charts can be saved and then pasted into other reports for effectively communicating with co-workers or clients.

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