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March 17, 2018

Hello Fellow ChartWatchers!

Welcome to the latest edition of ChartWatchers, the newsletter for technical analysts, online investors, StockCharts users and more. In addition to this week's articles, here are a few important announcements for you:

StockCharts TV

COMING SOON TO A SCREEN NEAR YOU

We've hinted at this over the past few months, and regular followers of our MarketWatchers LIVE show may have heard the news. Next month, we'll be launching StockCharts TV, our premier 24/7 video streaming channel devoted exclusively to financial charting and market analysis from the web's top technical experts!

With a constant stream of technical charting-focused content, including both live shows and pre-recorded video, you'll always have something insightful, educational and entertaining to watch on StockCharts TV. Plus, the channel can be accessed from any web-enabled device, whether you're at the office on your desktop, at home on your laptop, or on the go with your smartphone. We're even launching an official StockCharts TV app for iOS devices to help you stay ahead of the markets and on top of the charts no matter where you are.

We'll have much more info for you when StockCharts TV officially launches next month, but keep an eye out for this exciting addition to StockCharts.com. And in the meantime, be sure to follow Tom Bowley, Erin Swenlin and their many featured guests each day, Monday through Friday, on MarketWatchers LIVE!

Until next time,

Grayson Roze

Grayson Roze

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This Week's Articles

The Market Message

Dow Industrials May Be Forming a Triangle of Their Own

by John Murphy

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Editor's Note: This article was originally published in John Murphy's Market Message on Thursday, March 15th at 12:34pm ET The two converging trendlines in the chart below show the Dow Industrials forming a potential "symmetrical triangle" (which has one trendline falling and the other rising). The falling trendline on top is...

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Art's Charts

Dow Industrials Coils Up as Breakout Nears

by Arthur Hill

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The Dow Industrials is in the midst of a narrowing consolidation and chartists should watch the March range for the next directional clue. The 2018 range extends from the January high (26,617) to the February low (23,360), which is 3257 points or around 13% of the current close. The range narrowed as the Dow formed lower highs and a higher low. As such, a large symmetrical triangle formed...

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The Canadian Technician

Regional Banks Fill The New Highs Page

by Greg Schnell

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Regional Banks had a great week. Lots of them are testing big breakout levels and making new highs. Some examples are: Brookline Bancorp: In the small cap SCTR ranking. Independent Bank Corp (IBCP) is starting to move. It is also increasing the dividend consistently. Live Oak Bankshares (LOB) IPO'd three years ago. After consolidating all of 2017 it looks to be on the move again. There

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Bookstore Special

Trading Places

Here Are Two Seasonal Winners In The NASDAQ 100 For April And May

by Tom Bowley

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The NASDAQ Composite and NASDAQ 100 became the first two key indices to break to fresh all-time highs and their 2018 relative strength can be underscored by this chart: The NASDAQ 100 is seeing money rotate its way in 2018 so it's prudent to focus on this index for specific trading ideas. And this brings me to my February 3, 2018 ChartWatchers article,

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InvestEd Central

No Need to Rush into a Trade

by John Hopkins

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If there's one thing I've learned over my many years trading in the market, it's to avoid chasing a stock, especially if it's overbought. This might seem like an obvious strategy but many traders are drawn to those stocks that are ascending which I can understand. But if you end up buying near the top you might find yourself holding a position which has little prospect to rise further while

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The Traders Journal

Two Years of Action Practice Exercises: An Introduction and Index

by Gatis Roze

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I've been teaching investment courses across North America for over 18 years now – in seminars, at conferences, to professional organizations and, most recently, through our own investment education company, Stock Market Mastery. By last count, I've had over 5,000 students. When it comes to different investor types, I've pretty much...

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DecisionPoint

Why Is Volume Important?

by Erin Swenlin

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On Friday's MarketWatchers LIVE program, I did a workshop on volume. Highly recommend you check it out on the StockCharts YouTube Channel or it is available under the webinars tab until Monday's show begins. We talk about volume all the time, but why is understanding and following it important? Well, Dr. Alexander Elder in his book, The New Trading for a Living (available in the...

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