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StockCharts.com was founded in 1999 by Chip Anderson, a 10-year veteran of Microsoft. StockCharts.com is a website that provides online investors with high-quality financial charts for making better investing decisions. StockCharts.com is focused on Technical Analysis - the study of price history via charts. They provide award-winning analysis tools, market commentary from respected analysts like John Murphy and Martin Pring, and a huge collection of educational resources that can help anyone become a better, more informed investor.

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Best Technical Analysis Website by readers of Stocks & Commodities magazine since 1999 First for charting excellence in 2002 Named “Editor’s Choice: Best Charting Software” by AAII many times.

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Agree or Disagree Round Table | My Trading Routine | MWL (07.18.19)

Welcome to the recap of today's MarketWatchers LIVE show, your antidote for the CNBC/FBN lunchtime talking heads. Here is a link to today's show. Our show is devoted to technical analysis of the stock market with live market updates and analy...

Netflix (NFLX) Gets Crushed And Here Was Our Clue

Special Note I'm on vacation this week so I'm writing brief articles and in a different format.  There will be no article tomorrow, Friday, July 19th. Netflix (NFLX) Hammered In After Hours Despite topping both revenue and EPS estimates, NFLX i...

Forces Are Shifting in The Battle Between INTC and MSFT

When you open up StockCharts.com and go to Your Dashboard, one thing you'll find is a section called "Market Movers", located in the top-right corner of your screen. I currently have this section of the page set up so that it shows the top 10 mo...

Adding a Single Rule to a Lazy Portfolio Isn't Good Enough

Bolting just one step onto Lazy Portfolios lifts their gains. But that isn’t all investors want. Let’s build a superior strategy that’s still simple. • The noted academics Fama & French have demonstrated that ‘factors’ exhibit predicti...

DecisionPoint Mid-Week | Possible Short-Term Selling Exhaustion | Bearish Double-Top for USO

It's been a week of consolidation and pullback for the major indexes. Given the look of our very short-term indicators, I would expect to see a move to the upside by Friday or certainly next week. Energy has been struggling and remains the only sect...