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  • Which Stocks Are Ready To Pull Back? | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    resistance level but you would want the stock price to trade below the previous swing to confirm a sell signal Metcash MTS Metcash Limited formerly Metcash Trading is a wholesale distribution and marketing company specialising in grocery fresh produce liquor hardware and other fast moving consumer goods MTS has four business units IGA Distribution Campbells Wholesale Australian Liquor Marketers and Mitre 10 Metcash has been trading sideways for the past couple of months and the Prealerts signal has given a great signal that the share prices was due for a pull back If you took this signal you would be up 4 5 in two days and would be watching carefully for price action around the 4 10 level which has been the key support level for the past couple of months Spotless Group SPT Spotless Group Limited is engaged in the provision and outsourcing of labour based services in Australia NZ and USA Their Retailer Services division provides hanger systems labels and packaging to the garment manufacturing and retail industries worldwide Facility Services provides facilities management and support services like cleaning food linen and garment services in Australia and NZ Again the Prealert scan gave a great signal back in mid May There was another signal in early October which pre empted a sideways move for 3 weeks but now we have a signal in as the share price finds resistance at multi year highs and offers a low risk sell signal Note that Spotless Group has confirmed it has received a 698 million takeover proposal at 2 63 per share from buyout firm Pacific Equity Partners but says its directors view the bid as too low The bid from PEP comes six months after Spotless rejected a 657 million offer from US buyout giant Blackstone Group Summary Utilise the Prealerts features in Market Analyser to scan the markets for your specific trade selection criteria You will save time and identify some likely pullback candidates By Michael Hevern Investment Adviser For Buy and Sell recommendations on ASX listed companies register for a FREE trial of MDS Financial Research Instructions Using the Watchlist Wizard 1 In Market Analyser open a watchlist window by selecting Menu Watchlist 2 Click on the Watchlists item on the top menu bar and select Watchlist Wizard 3 In the Watchlist Wizard window click Next select Australia from the Countries list then select ASX Top 300 from the Available Watchlists list on the right of the window 4 Click the Update button Your new ASX Top 300 watchlist will now be available from your watchlist window Disclaimer The information provided within this article is not an invitation to trade a specific stock but is intended for educational purposes only Tags asx s p 200 Market Analyser market scanning technical indicators Trader Dealer Trading Strategies XJO Stock Market Analysis Eurozone Debt Contagion Fears Escalate Weekly Market Wrap Global Markets in the Grip of Eurozone Debt Contagion Fears This entry was posted on Friday November 18th 2011 at

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  • Create Custom Indicators with Market Analyser Wizard | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    the Maximise button in the top right hand corner to enlarge the window to fill the screen From the list on the left hand side of the screen add in the custom indicators you want to use Double click on the indicator and then select the parameters you wish to use Set the Look Back period on the right of the screen to determine when the signal must be true For example if you were using the accumulation indicator you may want to see all the shares where the signal has occurred in the last 5 days A Look Back of zero means the signal must occur on the current day only to be valid If you use a number of different signals all with the Look Back of zero it is likely that you will get very few shares because all signals must occur on exactly the same day Once you have set the parameters click on the indicator in the right hand window to update the parameters You can combine a wide range of different signals using the Analyser Wizard If you want to remove an indicator then click on the indicator on the right hand side of the screen and click the yellow button After completing your custom indicator remember to click Save on the Analyser Wizard toolbar Now that you have created your own custom set of indicators and parameters you can run a scan of the market using the Analyser to identify the shares that meet your criteria The Analyser Wizard in Market Analyser allows you to customise Market Analyser to quickly and easily find the shares that meet your criteria By Jeff Cartridge Education Manager Get your free trial of Market Analyser today Tags Analyser Wizard analysis charting Custom Indicators Market Analyser Trader Dealer trading watchlist Trading Book Review Sharebuyer s Guide to Investing in the Australian Mining Boom Stock Market Analysis Weekly Market Wrap This entry was posted on Friday March 11th 2011 at 12 18 pm and is filed under Stock Market Analysis Trader Dealer News Trading Software You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher

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  • Asx/s&p 200 | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    when the general trend of the stock was down Now that the stock price is attempting to recover the Prealerts offer a good signal of when the stock price is likely to take a pause AWE is now at a key resistance level but you would want the stock price to trade below the previous swing to confirm a sell signal Metcash MTS Metcash Limited formerly Metcash Trading is a wholesale distribution and marketing company specialising in grocery fresh produce liquor hardware and other fast moving consumer goods MTS has four business units IGA Distribution Campbells Wholesale Australian Liquor Marketers and Mitre 10 Metcash has been trading sideways for the past couple of months and the Prealerts signal has given a great signal that the share prices was due for a pull back If you took this signal you would be up 4 5 in two days and would be watching carefully for price action around the 4 10 level which has been the key support level for the past couple of months Spotless Group SPT Spotless Group Limited is engaged in the provision and outsourcing of labour based services in Australia NZ and USA Their Retailer Services division provides hanger systems labels and packaging to the garment manufacturing and retail industries worldwide Facility Services provides facilities management and support services like cleaning food linen and garment services in Australia and NZ Again the Prealert scan gave a great signal back in mid May There was another signal in early October which pre empted a sideways move for 3 weeks but now we have a signal in as the share price finds resistance at multi year highs and offers a low risk sell signal Note that Spotless Group has confirmed it has received a 698 million takeover proposal at 2 63 per share from buyout firm Pacific Equity Partners but says its directors view the bid as too low The bid from PEP comes six months after Spotless rejected a 657 million offer from US buyout giant Blackstone Group Summary Utilise the Prealerts features in Market Analyser to scan the markets for your specific trade selection criteria You will save time and identify some likely pullback candidates By Michael Hevern Investment Adviser For Buy and Sell recommendations on ASX listed companies register for a FREE trial of MDS Financial Research Instructions Using the Watchlist Wizard 1 In Market Analyser open a watchlist window by selecting Menu Watchlist 2 Click on the Watchlists item on the top menu bar and select Watchlist Wizard 3 In the Watchlist Wizard window click Next select Australia from the Countries list then select ASX Top 300 from the Available Watchlists list on the right of the window 4 Click the Update button Your new ASX Top 300 watchlist will now be available from your watchlist window Disclaimer The information provided within this article is not an invitation to trade a specific stock but is intended for educational purposes only Tags asx s p 200 Market

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  • Finding True Performers in the Market | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    market Sedgman SDM fluctuated between strong outperformance in August to underperformance during late September GoConnect GCN is currently outperforming the market quite nicely We can compare sectors to the index as well and the two strongest performers at the moment are the Health Care and Consumer Staples sectors These sectors are considered defensive with investors buying into these sectors when they fear that the economy is weak because regardless of how bad things get we all have to eat and when medical attention is required it is not usually a choice You can use the Overlay Security tool in Market Analyser to strip away the forest so you can examine the trees that are ripe for harvesting By Jeff Cartridge Education Manager Try this feature for yourself Download a free trial of the Market Analyser today Tags Charting Software Market Analyser technical analysis Trader Dealer Trading Strategies XJO Trading Book Review Investing with Volume Analysis Weekly Market Wrap Eurozone Bailout Tests Nerves Commodity Prices Crumble This entry was posted on Friday September 30th 2011 at 1 36 pm and is filed under Trading Software Trading Strategies You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory

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  • Charting Software | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    few builds have been all about improving the stability and performance of the platform with some bug fixes and a handy new feature thrown in for good measure Several bugs we ve fixed here were reported by users so our thanks to all those people who have helped get these issues resolved Highlights of this release A new Auto Complete Drop Down function on D2MX Charts will make it faster to bring up the charts for your most commonly requested symbols Fixed several issues related to the chart data window Added new D2MX logo to installation and splash screen Fixed a range of chart issues raised by users including bugs in the Text Indicator Toolbar Training Mode and Highlighting September 3 2012 Release 93 Small necessary changes to support updates to Java and Iress Trader August 2 2012 Release 92 Fixed an issue with detecting when Iress Trader was closed so that our program would close correctly at the same time Fixed a number of bugs related to errors when receiving the data necessary for Charts and Analyser Scanning which were causing problems for some members Fixed an issue with closing the Analyser Window while a scan was in progress Further modifications to support various DPI settings that members use July 27 2012 Release 87 The program will now remove old files from the install location if you have them Fixed some issues with DPI scaling Changed how the program shuts down to assist members who have problems with the program still running after close Fixed a number of smaller issues affecting specific members July 6 2012 Release 84 86 For the last couple of weeks our focus has been on fixing user reported bugs rather than adding new features When this process is done we ll have a better more robust platform to expand upon Stay tuned A new Settings Window has been included which we ll turn on later this week once all members have upgraded This feature includes the ability to change how many years of Chart Data to load The program s install directory has been moved from the Program Files folder to the user s Local Folder area so that users without Local Administrator rights can more easily run and update the software Fixed a bug where the program wouldn t start after install update had finished Fixed a bug with Java 1 6 detection so users shouldn t receive as many notices about having to reinstall Java Fixed a bug with horizontal trendlines not always displaying on charts Fixed some bugs that were raised by members using through Bug Reporting tool July 2 2012 Release 82 83 Fixed minor problems in the Report Error Tool Fixed a number of chart problems reported by clients Changed how notification for expired accounts is done Added a process to check for Java 1 6 on every startup Fixed a bug where the Alt key wasn t snapping Chart Indicators to significant points June 25 2012 Release 81 Quick release to fix issues some clients were having on startup June 14 2012 Release 80 Added a Calculator tool accessible via the D2MX Trade Tools menu Added a new Error Handling and Reporting program that will make it easier for users to report technical issues that they encounter Users can now opt to ignore the Time Out setting when requesting Chart History This helps users with sub optimal internet connections to use the software At this time you need to contact Customer Care to assist with turning this feature on Fixed a chart bug that was affecting the highlighting of Trendlines Rectangles and Ellipse Indicators when you hovered over them with your mouse cursor The Chart system is now better at detecting attempts to load corrupt Saved Charts and Templates and will display a message detailing the issue Numerous other technical fixes and optimisations to make the program more stable June 13 2012 Release 75 Fixed issue with Chart Engine changes not being detected May 29 2012 Release 74 Program now detects freezing and previously unhandled errors A new window will prompt the user to submit the issue to our Customer Care team to assist in resolving the problem Fixed bug with plotted scripts that use images Added Messaging Function to allow us to communicate urgent System Messages to all users Fixed bug with Browser Windows not closing correctly sometimes causing the program to hang Made some window titles shorter so that they re more relevant and readable for users Intraday charts now update their volume as new trades take place Weekly and Monthly charts now show updates as new trades take place May 28 2012 Release 71 Analyser Filter settings are now saved and loaded when you re open the Analyser window Current Analyser Indicators are saved as part of the Persistent Settings so each Analyser window will load the last Indicator and with the values you last specified As you switch Indicators in the Analyser the system saves the parameters you last changed and loads those changes again as you re select that indicator Real Time Data updates now include best Bid Ask Change Percent Change and Value Chart Captions are now updated with Range Spread Net Change and Percent Change values Default Chart Caption is Last Price and Change Not yet possible to select other caption options Added extra white space to Chart Titles with updates to clear old values that may have had longer strings May 14 2012 Release 70 Improved handling during startup the program now checks if it s already running and if so displays a message then quits The installer will now check if the program is running before copying files and will prompt the user to close the program before continuing Improved handling of Java the installer will now check for Java 1 6 update 31 runtime If a lower 1 6 update is installed it will attempt to download 31 onto the client machine May 4 2012 Release 69 Fixed

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  • Winning and Losing Streaks in the Australian Market | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    the market continues higher for more than five days then a reversal is likely and the average gain turns negative If the market has been falling for five days then this is also a bullish sign There is a 60 probability that the market will be higher the next day and this extends out to six days with the probability of an up day rising to 62 Longer losing streaks are rare but in general when they occur these are likely to result in further falls A fall of eight consecutive days as we have seen in the US markets usually occurs during a bear market A word of caution to all traders out there the recent falls could be the start of a new leg down in the longer term bear market By Jeff Cartridge Education Manager Tags ASX bearish market bullish market Dow Jones market analysis S P ASX 200 XJO Stock Market Analysis Global Markets Plunge On Fears Of Double Dip Recession Global Markets Plunge Due to Fears of a Double Dip Recession This entry was posted on Friday August 5th 2011 at 1 23 pm and is filed under Stock Market Analysis Trading Strategies You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site One Response to Winning and Losing Streaks in the Australian Market Steve says August 5 2011 at 7 28 pm Jeff How much data did you go through to come up with these statistics The longer the period the better obviously Steve Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent

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  • Bearish Market | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    Australian market was only lower for three days before managing a bounce during the recent falls as shown below S P ASX 200 XJO If the market has been higher for up to five days this is a bullish sign with a 60 probability the market will be higher the next day and an average gain of 0 1 the next day If the market continues higher for more than five days then a reversal is likely and the average gain turns negative If the market has been falling for five days then this is also a bullish sign There is a 60 probability that the market will be higher the next day and this extends out to six days with the probability of an up day rising to 62 Longer losing streaks are rare but in general when they occur these are likely to result in further falls A fall of eight consecutive days as we have seen in the US markets usually occurs during a bear market A word of caution to all traders out there the recent falls could be the start of a new leg down in the longer term bear market By Jeff Cartridge Education Manager Tags ASX bearish market bullish market Dow Jones market analysis S P ASX 200 XJO Posted in Stock Market Analysis Trading Strategies 1 Comment RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis

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  • Bullish Market | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    harder to predict as overbought conditions can last for a very long time By Jeff Cartridge Education Manager Tags bullish market market analysis Nasdaq overbought market S P 500 US Market VIX volatility index Posted in ASX Trading News Stock Market Analysis Trading Strategies No Comments Winning and Losing Streaks in the Australian Market Friday August 5th 2011 I was recently reading that the Dow Jones was down for eight consecutive days and that got me thinking about winning and losing streaks in the Australian Market and what advantage these could provide to us as traders Dow Jones Industrial Average On any given day the Australian market as represented by the XJO is higher just over half the time 53 But to add a second day to the winning streak occurs 25 of the time and a third day it is down to 13 Long winning streaks are relatively rare with a move up for five days in a row occurring just 1 8 of the time The longest winning streak was 11 up days in a row that occurred in 2003 shown in the chart below The next longest winning streaks were three runs of nine days up also in 2003 and 2004 And then three runs of eight days in 2001 2005 and 2010 Runs of eight days or more are very scarce with this occurring just 0 26 of the time S P ASX 200 XJO Winning Streak The longest losing streak for the Australian market was 12 days in 2008 This was followed up with two 9 day losing streaks one in 2000 and the second in 2010 As with winning streaks losing streaks of eight days are very rare occurring just 0 11 of the time S P ASX 200 XJO Losing Streak Even though the Dow fell for eight consecutive days the Australian market was only lower for three days before managing a bounce during the recent falls as shown below S P ASX 200 XJO If the market has been higher for up to five days this is a bullish sign with a 60 probability the market will be higher the next day and an average gain of 0 1 the next day If the market continues higher for more than five days then a reversal is likely and the average gain turns negative If the market has been falling for five days then this is also a bullish sign There is a 60 probability that the market will be higher the next day and this extends out to six days with the probability of an up day rising to 62 Longer losing streaks are rare but in general when they occur these are likely to result in further falls A fall of eight consecutive days as we have seen in the US markets usually occurs during a bear market A word of caution to all traders out there the recent falls could be the start of a new leg down in the

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