StockCharts publishes a wide variety of technical market commentary articles on our website. Many of these articles are available for free in the “Blogs” area of the website. A few are available to members only; these are shown with a light green background in the Blogs area.
Articles generally mix current market observations with charting and education. It is important to understand that StockCharts.com does not publish any buy or sell recommendations (a.k.a. “stock picks”). See our Terms of Service for more details.
The following Blogs are available for anyone to read:
Click on the “Blogs” tab at the top of any page to see the latest articles from each of these blogs.
Our free “ChartWatchers” newsletter is published twice per month and contains current market commentary from John Murphy, Arthur Hill, Greg Schnell, Tom Bowley, Carl Swenlin, Erin Heim, and Gatis Roze. We strongly recommend that anyone who uses StockCharts.com for any amount of time should subscribe to ChartWatchers.
ChartWatchers is published in two different formats: email and blog articles. Anyone is welcome to read ChartWatchers in either format (or both!). Articles first appear in the free ChartWatchers blog which can be accessed from our “Blogs” tab.
After all the articles have been gathered for the week, they are joined together into one big email message - the official “ChartWatchers Newsletter” - which is then sent out to all ChartWatcher subscribers on the first and third weekend of each month. In addition, a copy of the newsletter is saved in the ChartWatchers Archive area as well.
Managing your ChartWatchers Newsletter Subscription:
Note that your ChartWatchers newsletter subscription is completely independent from your StockCharts.com membership and it needs to be managed separately.
Public ChartLists are collections of annotated charts that are created and maintained by our users. Our Public ChartLists page displays Public ChartLists ranked by popularity, update date and quality.
We publish a collection of free, sample articles from other technical analysis-oriented authors in the “Top Advisors Corner” area of our Blogs page. Unlike the other blogs on our site, these articles are not created by StockCharts.com staff members, but we still think they are very interesting and useful. Contributors include Tom McClellan, Tim Ord, and Gene Inger, among others. The most recent “TAC” articles can be found listed on the right side of the “Blogs” page about halfway down the page.
John Murphy's Market Message is John's main market commentary outlet. John Murphy publishes detailed market analysis articles in this members-only section of our website. All StockCharts.com members can read those articles and the extensive archives.
All Market Message content is available by clicking on the “John Murphy's Market Message” link at the top of the Blogs page.
Managing your Market Message Notification Emails:
Whenever a new Market Message article is posted, all StockCharts members are notified via a short email message. You can disable those email notification messages using the following steps:
“Art's Charts” is a members-only blog updated several times per week by Arthur Hill, which discusses current market conditions and examines several stocks with interesting technical developments on their charts. Arthur frequently includes video commentary with his articles.
Arthur's blog can be accessed from the main Blogs tab. A link to his most recent article should be located near the top of the article listings. You can also find his blog in the “Choose a Blog” dropdown on the right side of that page.
Managing your Art's Charts Subscription:
Members who are interested in getting email notifications whenever a new article is posted to “Art's Charts” can go to the subscription area at the bottom of any “Art's Charts” article, enter their email address, and click the green “Notify Me!” button. A link in the email message can be used to unsubscribe.
“Martin Pring's Market Roundup” is a members-only blog that is updated once per week by Martin Pring with his take on current market conditions. Twice per month, Martin also includes a video summary in this blog.
Martin's blog can be accessed from the main “Blogs” tab. A link to his most recent article should be located near the top of the article listings. You can also find his blog in the “Choose a Blog” dropdown on the right side of that page.
Managing your Market Roundup Subscription:
Members who are interested in getting email notifications whenever a new article is posted to “Martin Pring's Market Roundup” can go to the subscription area at the bottom of any “Martin Pring's Market Roundup” article, enter their email address, and click the green “Notify Me!” button. A link in the email message can be used to unsubscribe.
After the market closes, we generate several automated DecisionPoint reports that can help members see strong and weak areas for several major indexes and several groups of popular stocks. The reports are based on Carl Swenlin's DecisionPoint approach to market timing.
Note: These reports are different from the free “DecisionPoint” blog (discussed above).
The DecisionPoint Reports and Trackers can be accessed from the Commentary box on the Home Page or via the “Choose a Blog” dropdown on the “Blogs” page.
As discussed above, most blogs have a section at the end of each article where users can register to receive notifications whenever a new article is published. Just enter your email address and click the “Notify Me!” button.
Most of our free articles also appear on our Facebook page. Facebook users can simply “Like” our page to see those articles in their Facebook newsfeed. Note: You do not need to be a member of Facebook to view our Facebook page.
We also post messages in our Twitter feed whenever new articles appear on our website. Twitter users can follow @stockchartscom to see those messages. Note: You do not need to be a member of Twitter to view our Twitter page.
One of the best ways to follow our blogs is to use an “RSS Reader” (also called a “News Reader”) and subscribe to our RSS Feed:
For more on RSS Readers, please see this article:
Q: How do I remove the social media icons that appear on the blog pages?
A: To remove the social media icons move your mouse below the bottom icon and click on the gray triangle that appears.
Q: How can I contact one of the blog authors to ask a question?
A: The best way to contact a blog author is to use the comments area located below each blog post.
Q: How do I subscribe to a blog?
A: At the bottom of any article for the blog you wish to subscribe to, there is a subscription area where you can sign up to be notified of new blog postings. Enter your email address, then click the green “Notify Me!” button.
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