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point-and-figure

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  • The gold point-and-figure chart below indicates the first support level for gold - way down there at $1000 an ounce.

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  • Prices may slip to the Aug. 11 high of about $1,815 an ounce if gold stays below $1,925, which is near a 60-minute point-and-figure target, Rudolph said.

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  • The point-and-figure chart has a ways to go, but we can deduce what needs to happen by examining it.

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  • The SP500 point-and-figure chart hardly looks ominous

    Technically Speaking, Market Analysis and Theory

  • Upside: The two technical analysts said point-and-figure charts, which filter out non-significant price movements, suggest targets of $44 and $49 from current levels. given the steady stream of industry data showing a recovery in the large commercial aircraft market and the recent bottoming of regional aircraft and business jet markets, said TD Newcrest analyst Tim James.

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  • Upside: The two technical analysts said point-and-figure charts, which filter out non-significant price movements, suggest targets of $44 and $49 from current levels.

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  • Bullish Percent Index is another useful tool in this regard and shows the percentage of stocks currently in bullish mode as a result of point-and-figure buy signals.

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  • Analyzing the benchmark U.S. indices, it is interesting to note that more than 61% of the stocks comprising these indices are still in buy mode according to point-and-figure signals.

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  • The Gold point-and-figure chart is bullish, but in a fairly narrow range.

    Technically Speaking, Market Analysis and Theory

  • The SPX has a newly minted point-and-figure buy signal.

    Technically Speaking, Market Analysis and Theory

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