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Balance In Bottoms And In Art

a: Stock chart ~
b: a work of art

What: "When a stock corrects sharply, then slashes higher without touching the recent high, then falls to a lower low before heading up again, it might look like Jackson Pollock was splashing paint on the stock chart." The linked article relates stock charts with symmetry in art.

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Writer: PAUL WHITFIELD
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Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Dec 31 1969 7:00 PM


Women As Stock Chart

a: Stock chart ~
b: reading a women

What: "Reading a stock chart is like reading a woman... that's why so many men lose money trading stocks. Do you try to "analyze" a woman? If you do, it will surely get you in trouble! So why do you try to "analyze" a stock chart? If you want to know what a woman is going to do next, just ask her, she will tell you."

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Writer: Joe T
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Date: May 10 2012 2:26 PM


The Angel Chart

a: Stock chart ~
b: your guardian angel

What: See the link for the whole story.

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Writer: Not Stated
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Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: May 10 2012 2:30 PM


Charting As Mind Reading

a: Stock chart ~
b: like reading the minds of traders

What: "People make stock trades (even when computers do, people program the computers) and reading a stock chart is like reading the minds of traders. You see what they did in the past and you can use that information to predict what they will do in the future."

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Writer: Nick Fenton
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Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: May 10 2012 2:32 PM


The Face Of A Stock

a: Stock chart ~
b: reading the expression on somebody's face

What: Interpreting a stock chart is like reading the expression on somebody's face. You will see far more in the expression of somebody you know. The mere absence of expression when he should be glowing with joy would tell you much.

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Writer: Don Worden
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Date: May 10 2012 2:34 PM



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