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Artwork week of 10/1/2007
As of Friday 7/20/2007 after 2nd missed ern out of 12 releases:
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Notable Upgrades & Downgrades
2006-11-25 Barron's Negative (Previous close 505)
Let's talk only products, earning forecasts, and objective readings of charts and technicals here.
Note on Demark Sequential
A complete Demark Sequential count; either Buy or Sell consist of a series of 9 consecutive closes that are either lower or higher than the close 4 sessions prior. Simply put, any close that ends the streak can start a reverse count and such an event is called a reversal.
What usually happens in real time and real life is that professional traders never allow 9-0 sell or 9-0 buy counts to finish and often sell or buy ahead of it even as early as the 7-0 count. Whenever this happens, the charts will never reflect this.
There are software though, from vendors like Tradestation, CQG, Bloomberg that allow historic charts to post 7-0, 8-0 or even 6-0 counts to reflect the early entry by professional traders.
As a Demark Sequential trader for nearly 15 years, I don't jump in early. I almost always go with completed 9-0 counts. I find that they are the most timely.
INX 1-0 Sell (D)
INX 2-0 Sell (W)
INX 9-1 Sell (M)
RTY 5-0 Buy (D)
RTY 1-0 Buy (W)
RTY 6-0 Sell (M)
INDU 9-0 Sell (D)
INDU 2-0 Sell (W)
INDU 9-11 Sell (M)
GOOG 2-0 Buy (D)
GOOG 5-0 Sell (W)
GOOG 1-0 Sell (M) Morning Star for April!
P I V O T 2006-05-01
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