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Tag Archives: p-indicator
Some people contacted me after the market close about my call yesterday regarding short-term weakness based on a signal from the p-indicator. They also asked me how this indicator is different from other known indicators and what makes it so … Continue reading
Two new versions of Price Action Lab software are now available: P-indicator and Price Pattern Scanner.
The P-Dow indicator has successfully predicted the sign of stock market returns in the past 5 weeks. A blog reader asked me about the procedure I use to generate the indicator values. This is briefly presented below with some comments.
Even if only one trade out of several bad trades shows a small gain, large losses can be reduced substantially. Here is an example from last week.
All signals generated by the p-indicator that were included in the premium report of last week generated a profit based on the open of Monday. I was asked by someone who was impressed by the result to comment on the … Continue reading
Directional probabilities of Dow-30 Stocks and 27 popular ETFs, as of the close of Monday, October 19, 2015.
Last week USO plunged 5.65%, which was the largest weekly loss in this ETF since March of this year. This was one of those rare times that a move was predictable.