Saturday, December 26, 2009

Indicator and Trading Pattern Posts - Volume Four

This is the final 2009 archive post covering indicators and trading methods. It covers November and December posts; see the separate archives for August, September, and October:

* When intermarket themes and intraday sentiment are in gear;

* Recognizing range markets by tracking sector behavior;

* Tracking NYSE TICK and range markets;

* Following sentiment with the equity put/call ratio; see also intraday put/call ratio;

* Volume and market consolidation;

* Nice tool for tracking ETF performance;

* A look at volume and VWAP during range trade; see also this post;

* Using volume information *within* bars on a chart;

* Characteristics of a downside market break;

* Advantages of volume bar charting;

* A way of tracking traders' risk appetite;

* Sentiment and the cumulative NYSE TICK line;

* Tracking non-confirmations across markets;

* What moves markets; here's the follow-up post;

* Using a basket of stocks to track market trending;

* Intraday volume and market opportunity; see also post on when volume becomes low;

* An intraday measure of money flow;

* Tracking market demand with cumulative Delta;

* Using Dow TICK ($TICKI) to assess short-term sentiment; see also this post on cumulative TICKI;

* Tracking short-term trending with various indicators;

* Resources for tracking sector and market behavior;

* Transition pattern in currency futures market;

* The importance of *what* you trade;

* Fading moves that lack broad participation;

* Gauging market strength with a basket of stocks and their VWAP levels;

* Reversal moves back to VWAP;

* Transition pattern on a swing time frame;


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