Barometer Leading Indicator- current study
The current study of the market.
Barometer Leading-Indicator- Full
Barometer-plot with Positive and negative boundaries works.
Barometer Leading-Indicator- March 2003 Rally Chart:
the market turning from a negative
environment to a positive environment works.
The indicators are used to make advanced decisions on
the Barometer Forecast- this way users of the site can see why those changes
indicators can also be used to assist in "swing trading". Swing trading is
the process of buying and selling stocks during cycles of a market or stock.
What is it:
It is a chart that represents the output of several Barometer models. Two of
which are the 'News' and 'Stock Portfolio' models.
These models run
several times a day and produce analytical metrics that are used in several
ways. One of which is to produce the plot for the
Barometer. There are two others that
are used to identify bearish and bullish conditions in the market.
data-points are placed on the chart, along with the Barometer-plot, to produce a
chart that ends-up with three plots for each trade day. A Barometer-plot, a
bullish plot, and a bearish plot make up the Barometer Leading-Indicator charts.
These three plots interact with each
other and depending on the position of each plot, determines the market
environment, according to Barometer methodology.
What are the benefits:
The Barometer Leading-Indicator is used by us to make forecast changes. You can
benefit by being able to identify the different market conditions and directly
benefit by assisting in your buy/sell/hold strategy/methodology.
These are samples of how the Barometer works.
For current studies used to forecast, you can begin at the
Barometer page where trends, tops,
and bottoms are predicted.
A swing from a negative market to a positive market is identified
when the Barometer-plot (yellow) and the positive plot (green) crosses up over the
negative plot (red) as shown on the chart just prior to 4/1/03.
A swing from a positive market to a negative market is
identified when the Barometer-plot (yellow) and the positive plot (green) crosses
down under the negative plot (red) as shown on the chart prior to 1/1/03.
When the Barometer-plot (yellow) is between the
positive (green) and negative (red) plots (or boundaries), indicates a neutral market environment;
Barometer-plot is in this neutral area for a significant amount of time, it
normally indicates sideways movement of the market, trading range.
These are examples. For current ongoing charts populated by the
models, go to
MarketWatch where these charts are displayed.
Go to the Barometer where predictions are studied
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