by Kirk Northington, CMT | October 8, 2016 | All Articles, Technical Analysis |
Technical analysis is, by its very nature, the art of capitalizing on the price trend. Identifying the beginning and end of a trend as early as possible is what really impacts the game.
by Kirk Northington, CMT | September 29, 2016 | All Articles, Technical Analysis |
Let’s talk about danger. Do you think you are safe? Right now as you read this? How about the next time you eat out at a restaurant? Obviously it depends on all the things that can go wrong and their associated probabilities; food poisoning, choking on a bone, etc.
by Kirk Northington, CMT | September 24, 2016 | Technical Analysis, All Articles |
Volatility is the most important technical measurement we can make as analysts. We are all familiar with the old saying, ‘money makes the world go around’. I now believe ‘volatility makes the world go around’. By my estimate I think this to be true beginning about 20 years ago. This owes mostly to the radical expansion of securitization which began in the 1990’s.
by Kirk Northington, CMT | September 16, 2016 | All Articles, Technical Analysis |
As a trader do you find yourself sometimes looking at a price chart and wondering why a stock reversed at a specific level? Or possibly more often you may want to know where it will stop falling so you can buy it. If so, you are thinking about what the extreme is…“what is the farthest?”