Point and Figure Charting

  • 06/02/2019 10:02 PM
    Message # 7552378
    TSAA-SF admin (Administrator)

    Discuss your point and figure chart analysis here - feel free to post charts or links (click 'more' to insert images and links)

  • 06/21/2019 7:51 AM
    Reply # 7592182 on 7552378

    This is a DJIA intraday PnF chart with counts. Using 5 minute data and 3 Box Reversal Method (ATR Scaling) two Reaccumulation structures can be identified. Also they confirm each other (nearly). This study suggests that more (short term) upside potential exists for the DJIA during this rally phase.

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  • 05/18/2021 10:46 PM
    Reply # 10522256 on 7552378
    TSAA-SF admin wrote:

    Discuss your point and figure chart analysis here - feel free to post charts or links (click 'more' to insert images and links)

    Yes. Very interesting.  Thank you for the post.

    Of great use in determining the major trend and "potential"  bull/bearish trend and Objective Targets. 


    But the classic pnf is 3 box reversal, -daily-traditional( not adaptive nor percentage calculation). Correct?

    (This is the Stockchart default.)

    Whereas many Technical analysts use Targets for stop loss risk management, statistically, it is more obvious that the Market has  a long term bullish bias. So pnf fulfills this latter bullish targeting. ( Instead  of fearing the " next bear market,  we should emphasize quality of the stock to be traded and bullish potential. I E return/risk calculation


    1)What do you see using this Traditional  methodology?

    2)Do you ever use 5 box In lieu of 3 box?

    3)Weekly vs daily?


    Thank you

    Gerald Butrimovitz,Ph.D- CFP

    moneydoctor@gmail.com

  • 05/19/2021 8:53 AM
    Reply # 10523439 on 10522256
    Gerald Butrimovitz wrote:
    TSAA-SF admin wrote:

    Discuss your point and figure chart analysis here - feel free to post charts or links (click 'more' to insert images and links)

    Yes. Very interesting.  Thank you for the post.

    Of great use in determining the major trend and "potential"  bull/bearish trend and Objective Targets. 


    But the classic pnf is 3 box reversal, -daily-traditional( not adaptive nor percentage calculation). Correct?

    (This is the Stockchart default.)

    Whereas many Technical analysts use Targets for stop loss risk management, statistically, it is more obvious that the Market has  a long term bullish bias. So pnf fulfills this latter bullish targeting. ( Instead  of fearing the " next bear market,  we should emphasize quality of the stock to be traded and bullish potential. I E return/risk calculation


    1)What do you see using this Traditional  methodology?

    2)Do you ever use 5 box In lieu of 3 box?

    3)Weekly vs daily?


    Thank you

    Gerald Butrimovitz,Ph.D- CFP

    moneydoctor@gmail.com


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