The dk Report

David Kneupper Has Had Over 100 Followers Rank: 15 Followers: 107 Votes: 147 Years Member: 16 Last Update: 18 August 2017, 18:38 Categories: Chart Patterns
Trend Analysis
Market Timing

A dashboard of timing and health indicators that help identify Intermediate Buy/Sell signals. Charts updated daily.

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-01- NASDAQ -- Daily

NASDAQ daily chart with key indicators. Buy/Sell signals determined by the 5-10-20 Timer, chart 3 below.

-02- Risk Ratios

A set of key ratios with the S&P 500. The market does best when the charts above are climbing.

-03- The 5-10-20 Timer -- Momentum

Among the earliest momentum-based market timers. Lags the market at potential inflection points, but this also prevents head-fakes in either direction. Excellent with IT trend changes. Less useful with short corrections and choppy markets.

-04- TOF Ratio -- Options Sentiment

Helps visualize sentiment among options traders. Call buying and the climbing lines it creates is positive for stocks, and 21/50-day EMA crossovers trigger Buy and Sell signals. This ratio was first created by long-time board poster Richard McRanie [The Old Fool (TOF)]. Thanks, TOF.

-05- McClellan Timer -- Market Breadth

The McClellan moves you in and out of the market faster than either the 5-10-20 or the NASI. Useful for scalping quick rallies and avoiding short-term pullbacks. A sensitive indicator with a margin of error, the McClellan is prone to head fakes in either direction, especially in sideways markets.

-06- Dow Theory

The market performs best when Industrials, Transports and Utilities all trade above their 50-day EMA.

-07- VIX -- Annotated

The VIX annotated with market events.

-08- Safety Trade

Ratio charts that improve during broader market weakness, and weaken during broader market rallies. Visualizes the flight-to-safety trade.

-09- NASDAQ 60-minute -- Short-term Indicator

This chart shows short-term market health to help identify entry and exit points. Strong rallies stay above the black one-week EMA, and stocks act best when the black line is above the red. Gets noisy around inflection points and trend reversals.

-10- NYSE Tick -- Short-term Indicator

The Tick chart shows the short-term health of the NYSE. The black line is the three-day EMA, and the light purple line is the one-day EMA. Stocks act best when the black line is above zero and climbing. Crossovers of the 1-day and 3-day EMA's in either direction identify short-term market bias.

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