21st Century Point and Figure provides a number of new tools for P&F analysts and truly does bring this technique into the modern era. Advancing Point and Figure in the 21st Century Point and Figure has been around for over 130 years and the method is just as essential for chart analysis today as it always has been. While the basic principles of the technique have remained unchanged, those working with Point and Figure must still push the boundaries of how it is used, looking to make it even more insightful and powerful.
This is an advanced book on Point and Figure charting. It is a comprehensive guide to those Point and Figure techniques that can be regarded as 21st century innovations. As any new technique takes time to develop, some of the ideas presented here were first suggested, although not fully developed, before the turn of the century and were therefore introduced in my previous book, The Definitive Guide to Point and Figure. They are, however, included here in their entirety, so this is a complete guide to 21st century Point and Figure analysis.
This book assumes that you are familiar with traditional Point and Figure techniques – either through the daily use of Point and Figure charts, or through having read a good text on the subject – and want to look at new ways to use Point and Figure charts. Although the first chapter is a quick refresher on Point and Figure, it can’t cover every aspect of the method with respect to terminology, construction, patterns, trend lines and targets. If you are not familiar with these aspects of Point and Figure, you are urged to read either The Definitive Guide to Point and Figure or another book on the subject, as this will give you the grounding required to fully appreciate the advanced techniques in 21st Century Point and Figure.
The new techniques described here open up a whole world of new analysis tools for Point and Figure charts and address most of the deficiencies claimed by detractors of the method.
- Quick Refresher on Point and Figure
- 21st Century Chart Construction
- Moving Averages on Point and Figure Charts
- Using Other Tools on Point and Figure Charts
- Indicators of Point and Figure Charts
- Volume on Point and Figure Charts
- New Point and Figure-based Techniques
- Advanced Analysis of Relative Strength and Spreads
- 21st Century Market Breadth
21st Century Point and Figure: New and Advanced Techniques for Using Point and Figure Charts By Jeremy Du Plessis pdf