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Fast advances and fast declines

Why do stocks that have fast advances, reverse quickly and have sharp, quick declines before breaking the angle of 67 ½°, or the 45° angle on the monthly and weekly charts? It is because the large volume of sales moves the prices over until the 45° angle is really broken …

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Monthly volume charts on Dow Jones thirty

Indusrials from June 1921 to May 1930 A study of this volume chart will prove very interesting and valuable.  You can see that in June, July and August, 1921, the volume of sales was down to around 10,000,000 to 15,0000,000  shares per month.  In March 1928, sales reached 80,000,000 per …

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How to use geometrical angles

My Method of operating in the Stock Market is all based on mathematical points or geometrical angles.  The Resistance Levels are all geometrical angles because they are 1/8, ¼, ½, ¾, 1/3, 2/3, etc., which are proportional parts of a circle whether large or small and, therefore, represent geometrical angles. …

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Why geometrical angles work on stocks

Why is the 90° angle the strongest angle of all?  Because it is horizontal or straight up and straight down. What is the next strongest angle to the 90° angle?  The 180° angle because it is square to the 90° angle, being 90° from the 90° angle. What is the …

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Rules for angles from bottom

From any bottom, base or beginning point, two 45° angles can be started, one running up from the vertical angle and one running down from the vertical angle. You can also use a 45° angle or any other angle from any top, running the 45° angle down from the top. …

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Instructions for forcasting the stock market

First, remember time is the most important of all factors and not until sufficient time has expired does any big move up or down start. The time factor will overbalance both space and volume. When time is up, space movement will start and big volume will begin either up or …

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Time rules for forcasting stock

The stock market moves in 10–year cycles, which is worked out in 5–year cycles;  5–year cycle up and a 5–year cycle down. Rule 1: Bull or bear campaigns do not run more than 3 to 3½ years up or down without a move of 3 to 6 months or one …

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Method for forcasting the stock market

You should keep a yearly, monthly, weekly and overnight chart. You will find on the weekly chart that stocks will often reverse the minor trend up two or three weeks, but the third week it will not make a higher top or a higher bottom; yet at other times it …

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