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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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Europe vs The USA... And The Winner Is ....

I like to keep an eye on what's going on in the world around us. That means also monitoring what's happening in markets that are maybe not directly of interest when it comes to trading or investing. For stock markets around the world I like to use...

Has A Big Bear Market Rally Just Finished ? 2019-03-23 Weekly Market Roundup

World Charts Look Risky Outside Bars Suggest Reversal Commodities Under Fire Timing on the Copper and Steel charts is Unnerving Energy-related ETFs and Stocks have Huge Caution Signs Watching to see if Gold is the Next Bullish Move (expec...

PLUNGE IN GLOBAL BOND YIELDS AND INVERTED YIELD CURVE PUSHES BOND PRICES HIGHER AND STOCKS LOWER -- FALLING BOND YIELDS REWARD UTILITIES WHILE HURTING BANKS

PLUNGE IN BOND YIELDS CAUSES YIELD CURVE TO INVERT ... Weak economic numbers from the eurozone and the U.S. on Friday pushed bond yields here and in Europe sharply lower and caused heavy profit-taking in global stocks. The 1 0-Year German bond yiel...

DP WEEKLY WRAP: Fakeout Breakout; Bond Blastoff

Last week certain indicators had me looking for a short-term market top, and on Wednesday it looked as if it had arrived. But no. On Thursday the market moved to new rally highs on volume that wasn't too little or too much, so I thought that looked ...

Week Ahead: Upsides May Remain Limited; Corrective Moves Likely From Higher Levels

Following an unabated up move over the last several days, the markets finally took a breather on the last trading day of the week. After the session on Friday, the NIFTY has displayed visible signs of consolidation creeping in to the markets, which ...