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  • Function of timing indicators
  • Chart Alert, Accumulation & Distribution
  • MoneyFlow, 1 day
  • Breakout
  • Breakdown
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Function of timing indicators
  • Provide information on a stocks immediate bullish or bearish indicators.
  • Help in deciding when to enter or exit a stock position.
Chart Alert, Accumulation and Distribution
  • The Chart Alert indicator analyzes the past 3 day stock chart and volume patterns.
  • A 3 day stock chart candlestick pattern is analyzed and ranked either as neutral (0), mild bullish (+5) or bearish (-5), or strong bullish (10) or bearish (-10) levels.
    • Strong Bullish , Strong Bearish , and Neutral 3 day chart patterns.
  • The 3 day volume is analyzed and labeled as neutral, bullish accumulation, or bearish distribution with strength from 0 (neutral) to 10 (extreme) levels.
  •  Strong stock accumulation or distribution may enhance the credibility of the bullish or bearish Chart Alert reading.
  •  Good or strong accumulation at the start of a rally or breakout may help in the odds of a follow through.
  •  The Chart Alert indicator is best used for determining the start of stock rallies and pullbacks and for judging the current health.
  •  Extreme Accumulation (9-10) ocurring at stock bottoms (either short term or intermediate) may indicate a reversal area.
  •  Extreme Distribution (9-10) ocurring at stock tops (either short term or intermediate) may indicate a reversal area.
  •  Extreme Neutral Accumulation or Distribution (9-10) indicates a stalemate between bulls and bears.
MoneyFlow, 1 day
  • A very short term stock indicator measuring the current 1 day moneyflow compared to past days.
  • The type can be neutral, bullish, or bearish moneyflow with a strength of 1 (lite) to 10 (extreme).
  •  The end of a rally or pullback (short term direction indicator) may be marked by extreme 1 day moneyflow (or high volume) that is either neutral, bullish, or bearish. This high volume is usually the general public reacting to a late news or an upgrade (a downgrade near a bottom).
  •  Good to extreme (6-10 levels) bullish 1 day moneyflow may be used to help confirm the start of a true breakout (for breakdowns use bearish moneyflow). Good to extreme stock moneyflow may also help to confirm the continuation of the current up or downtrend.
  •  If there is no increase in moneyflow or volume after a few days into a stock rally or pullback then it may fail.
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