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Upcoming Webinars at StockCharts.com

Upcoming Webinars (all times Eastern):

  • Wednesday@12pm: Thomas J. Bowley Esq. returns for another civilized discourse on the waggishness of Wall Street.  Click to RSVP
  • Wednesday@7pm: Spend part of your evening with Erin as she reviews the current market timing signals on DecisionPoint LIVE.  Click to Register
  • Thursday@4:30pm: Greg and Martin discuss the global markets on Market Round-Up LIVE.  Click to Register
  • Friday & Saturday Webinars will not happen due to the US market holiday

Recent Webinars:

  • June 30: Arthur Hill discussed the big changes in the market on Art's Chart LIVEClick for Recording
  • June 27: Chip and Bill talked about SCTRs, User-Defined Indexes and Cumulative charts on ChartWatchers LIVE -  Click for Recording
  • June 26: Tom doubled down with two 'What Would You Do' stocks on Trading Places LIVE  - Click for Recording
  • June 25: Greg gave the SCTR talk that he just gave to the Market Technicians Association in London- Click for Recording
  • June 24: on DecisionPoint LIVE Erin talked about "parabolic" stocks and recent signal changes - Click for Recording
  • June 24: Tom reviewed healthcare providers and restaurants on Trading Places LIVE - Click for Recording 

Click Here for All of our Webinar Recordings

Signal "Scoreboard" Added to DP Gallery Page

Signal "Scoreboard" Added to DP Gallery Page - Now you can easily see and review the DecisionPoint signals for several major market indexes all in one place - the top of the DP Gallery Page.  You can review this webinar video for more details.

Indian Market Data Now Available on StockCharts.com

Indian Market Data Now Available! - We are please to officially announce that Indian market data from the NSE exchange is now available on StockCharts.com.  Technical charts of this size, quality and capability have never been available to Indian investors until now.  NSE ticker symbols end with the suffix ".IN".  We have support for charting and scanning of Indian stocks.  Click here for an example chart.

P&F Chart Workbench Updated, Improved

P&F Chart Workbench Updated, Improved - We've just completed a project that updated the old, creaky P&F Chart Workbench by adding several new features and streamlining things to make it work more like the SharpCharts Workbench.  Click on the Yellow Bar at the top of the P&F Workbench page to read about all the changes but, for example, members can now add up to 6 different overlays to a P&F chart!

New "Asset Allocation" Article in ChartSchool

New "Asset Allocation" Article in ChartSchool - We've just added a brand new article to our ChartSchool area about how Asset Allocation, Diversification and Technical Analysis can help you manage risk in your portfolio.  Click here to read it.

Invert your Chart by Adding a Minus Prefix

Invert your Chart by Adding a Minus Prefix - You can now chart "-$VIX" to see an inverted chart of the VIX.  In fact, you can add a minus sign to the front of any ticker symbol to chart the true inverse of that dataset.

Dividend Indicator Added to SharpCharts

Dividend Indicator Added to SharpCharts - We've just released a new "Dividend" indicator for SharpCharts that shows you the historical dividends for US and Canadian stocks.  Click here for an example chart.

Big News for UK Investors! The LSE is Back on StockCharts.com!

Big News for UK Investors!  The LSE is Back on StockCharts.com! - Click here for all the details.  LSE stocks have ticker symbols that end with ".L".  For example, Lloyd's of London is LLOY.L.

All Webinar Recordings Now Available on Our Webinar Archives Page

All Webinar Recordings Now Available on Our Webinar Archives Page:  Here's the link to our Webinar Archives page.

ChartCon 2014 Videos Now Available!

ChartCon 2014 Videos Now Available! - If you were unable to attend ChartCon this year we have some great news for you.  We've just released the entire conference as a series of online videos.  Click here for more details.

"Is Technical Analysis Relevant if the Fed is Controlling the Stock Market?"

"Is Technical Analysis Relevant if the Fed is Controlling the Stock Market?" - Be sure to read this excellent MailBag article from Arthur Hill for the definitive answer!