MonthApril 2020

Post Analysis of ENPH Trade

This is a post analysis I did of a recent trade of ENPH. All the details are on the chart.

There was a good discussion on Twitter about the post analysis. See the Twitter reference below.

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Weekend Stock Market Update – Visual Reference

Following are several charts you can use as a visual reference for @mwebster1971‘s Weekend Stock Market Update for the week of 4/20/2020.

The first chart is the 30,000 foot view of the week’s action. The second chart shows the technical action more in detail. You can follow the discussion on Twitter at the bottom of the post.

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Weekend Stock Market Update on a Chart – Week of 04/13/20

I’ve created the following two charts to accompany Mike Webster’s Weekend Stock Market Update: Coronavirus Bull Market Powers Higher, which is published weekly on Investors.com.

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2020 Nasdaq Correction Versus 1998

Following is a visual summary I created based on Mike Webster’s discussion on Investors.com IBDLive, highlighting the similarities of the 1998 Nasdaq market correction and today’s market.

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IBD Stock Market Update on a Chart – Week of 04/06/20

Below are two graphics to accompany Mike Webster’s IBD Weekend Stock Market Update: Tom Petty’s ‘Won’t Back Down’ FTD. The focus of the charts is to highlight the technical action throughout the week.

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IBD Stock Market Update on a Chart – Week of 03/30/20

Below are two graphics to accompany Mike Webster’s IBD Weekend Stock Market Update: Belated April Fool’s Follow-Through Day. The charts depict the week’s technical action using Mike’s article as a guide.

The first image is the 30,000 foot view of the week’s action:

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How to Create Custom Moving Averages

The default moving averages shown on a daily chart in MarketSmith are the 50-day and 200-day. Often times it’s helpful to view shorter term moving averages, such as the 10-day and/or 21-day.

This short tutorial walks through how to customize MarketSmith to add a 10-day simple moving average (SMA) and a 21-day exponential moving average (EMA).

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