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Another Explosive Proof of What haDelta Can Do $CLF

October 16, 2012 Comments off

October 15: haDelta :: SMA(3) crossing at zero.

October 16: CLF +7.12%

 

Another Explosive Proof of What haDelta Can Do  $CLF 10/16/2012

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In $CLX We Trust

October 16, 2012 Comments off

With a heikin-ashi-based price target of $76.11.

In $CLX We Trust   10/15/2012

Natural Gas $UNG @ a Top Here

October 15, 2012 Comments off

Daily chart:

Natural Gas $UNG @ a Top Here   10/12/2012

Weekly chart:

Natural Gas $UNG @ a Top Here   10/12/2012

 

$JPM: Why Skepticism Sets In (Part Two)

October 12, 2012 Comments off

The daily chart looks promising but…

 

$JPM: Why Skepticism Sets In (Part Two) 10/11/2012

 

… the weekly chart looks shaky (haDelta failure). Watch from distance.

 

$JPM: Why Skepticism Sets In (Part Two) 10/11/2012

 

Why Skepticism Sets In $SPY $SPX $DIA $DJIA

October 11, 2012 Comments off

An update to the previous morning post:

haDelta bounced at support, S&P-500 was positive but…

 

Why Skepticism Sets In   $SPY $SPX $DIA $DJIA  10/11/2012

 

… the haDelta on the weekly chart (below) shows a failure with serious consequences.

Time will tell.

 

Why Skepticism Sets In   $SPY $SPX $DIA $DJIA  10/11/2012

 

A Simple Heikin-Ashi Chart $SPX $SPY

October 11, 2012 Comments off

10.10.2012 Daily chart:

SP-500 haDelta at support ready to turn higher.

But the weekly chart looks bad.

 

A simple Heikin-Ashi chart $SPX $SPY 10/10/2012

Why You Should Use Heikin-Ashi for Your Trading $AAPL

October 8, 2012 Comments off

Because heikin-ashi filters out the noise and haDelta offers frequent advanced signals.

Here are some observations building the foundation for a further $AAPL weakness:

  1. haDelta crossed below its SMA(3) one day earlier (dashed vertical line)
  2. SMA(3) failed to rise above zero (very bearish sign)
  3. haDelta and its SMA(3) had a bearish crossing near zero (another very bearish sign)
  4. What happened today is a result of 2. and 3.
  5. Ready for a short bounce at support (blue area)

Beware $AAPL!

Why You Should Use Heikin-Ashi for Your Trading $AAPL 10/8/2012

If you don not have access to heikin-ashi or/and haDelta, use Ichimoku.

A Close below Tenkan-sen and Kijun-sen with Tenkan-sen below Kijun-sen is a bad omen. And we have one here…

Why You Should Use Heikin-Ashi for Your Trading $AAPL 10/8/2012

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