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The Fast, the Slow, and (not yet) the Ugly $SPX $SPY #markets #equities #stocks #ichimoku #heikinashi #trendfollowing

January 13, 2016 Comments off

S&P-500 ($SPX) monthly 

Fast (Heikin-Ashi)

  • (-) haDelta: Top, weakness
  • (-) haOscillator: Top

Slow (Ichimoku)

  • (+) Chikou-span is far from price
  • (+) Tenkan-sen is above Kijun-sen
  • (+) Close is above Kijun-sen, seen as important Ichimoku support

Ugly?

  • Far from…

$SPX $SPY heikin-ashi haDelta monthly chart

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Too good to hold now… $NVDA #markets #stocks #equities #trading

December 6, 2015 Comments off

NVIDIA (NVDA) daily

  • (++) Great uptrend
  • (-) haOscillator top.

NVIDIA (NVDA) weekly

  • (-) Too steep
  • (-) Negative divergence

NVIDIA (NVDA) monthly

  • (-) Vertical rise
  • (-) haOscillator @100

When several stars align $CHKP #markets #trading #cnbc #stocks #forex

November 18, 2015 Comments off

Check Point ($CHKP) daily

  • (+) A close above resistance (top)
  • (+) Weak, but positive haOscillator indication (middle)
  • (+) White Heikin-Ashi candle (lower pane)
  • (+) Positive divergence Price ::: haOscillator (blue dashed lines)

 

A look at $AMAT before earnings #equities #heikinashi #trading #InvestorEducation #stocks

November 1, 2015 Comments off

Applied Materials ($AMAT) daily

  • (+) Ready to go above the Ichimoku cloud
  • (+) Two very bullish signals offered by the haOscillator
  • (-)  A negative divergence between price (uptrend) and haOscillator (downtrend) in October

 

$AMAT daily heikin-ashi chart

Applied Materials ($AMAT) weekly

  • (-) Downtrend
  • (-) haOscillator = 100 (max)

 

$AMAT weekly heikin-ashi chart

Applied Materials ($AMAT) monthly

  • (-) Downtrend
  • (!) Chikou-span extremely close to the price
  • (+!) “Body-inside-Body” for the last Heikin-Ashi candle; sign of trend slowdown.

 

$AMAT monthly heikin-ashi chart

Facebook and Heikin-Ashi trend charts #stocks #markets #trendfollowing #trading

July 14, 2015 Comments off

Facebook ($FB) daily

  • Heikin-Ashi indicators and candles are often too sensitive to price changes. A trailing-stop helps keep the trade active.

 

$FB daily heikin-ashi chart

Facebook ($FB) weekly

  • The blue arrows are indications for future trend development.
  • haOscillator indicates that a slowdown is expected soon.
  • Will the slowdown become a consolidation or pullback? The trailing-stop (12.57% below the close) keeps the long trade alive.

 

$FB weekly heikin-ashi chart

Facebook ($FB) monthly

  • An example of how Heikin-Ashi candles show trends.

 

$FB monthly heikin-ashi chart

 

 

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