In this episode of StockCharts TV's Sector Spotlight, I chat with guest Ralph Acampora in the StockCharts.com studio in Redmond, WA. We discuss the birth of ARGoN, a special way of looking at markets from both a price and a relative perspective.
Once upon a time, Ralph was used to talking to institutional investors who were all about relative performance; they needed to beat the benchmark. This all changed when he started presenting to private clients, who confronted him with their totally different way of looking and perceiving market performance. As Ralph explains, he need to blend both price and relative performance led to the development of, what is now known as, ARGoN - Acampora's Relative Grid of Nine.
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