How To Use The Three-Point Reversal Method of Point & Figure Stock Market Trading


  • Format: PDF
  • Pages: 129
  • Published Date: 1984


How To Use The Three-Point Reversal Method of Point & Figure Stock Market Trading Contents:

  • Section One – The Point & Figure Chart and Construction, The Point and Figure Chart, Charting A Very Low-Priced Stock, Chart Construction,
  • Section Two: Chart Patterns, The Double Top & Double Bottom Formation (#1 & #2), The Bullish Signal Formation, The Bearish Signal Formation, The Bullish & Bearish Symmetrical Triangles, The Triple Top Formation, The Triple Bottom Formation, Formations in Combination, Variations onThe Triple Top & Bottom Formations, Bullish & Bearish Catapult Formations, The Bearish & Bullish Signal Reversed Formations,
  • Section Three – Trend Lines, The Bullish Support Line, The Bullish Resistance Line, The Bearish Resistance Line, The Bearish Support Line,
  • Section Four – Price Objectives, The Horizontal Count, The Vertical Count, The Horizontal & Vertical Count,
  • Section Five – Relative Strength,
  • Section Six – Industrial Groups,
  • Section Seven – The Dow-Jones Industrial Average,
  • Section Eight – Trading Tactics, Establishing the Trade, Profitability Tables, The Pullback, Stoploss Orders, Taking Profits, Stocks With A High Short Interest,
  • Section Nine – Convertible Bonds,
  • Section Ten- Over-The-Counters,
  • Section Eleven – Technical Indicators, The Cumulative Daily Advance-Decline Line, The High-Low Index, The On-Balance Volume Index, The Odd-Lot Balance Index, The 10-Day Advance-Decline Ratio, The 10-Day Upside-Downside Volume Ratio, The 200-Day DJIA Momentum Index, The Index of Speculative Confidence, The Gold Mining Disparity Index, The Short Interest Ratio, The % of NYSE Stocks Above Their 10-Week Moving Average, The 10-Week Most Active Stocks Ratio, The NYSE Bullish Percentage, The DJIA Bullish Percentage, General Motors as a Bellwether Stock,
  • Section Twelve – Puts and Calls,
  • Section Thirteen – Commodities,
  • Section Fourteen – Adjusting a Chart for a Stock Split,
  • Section Fifteen – The 5-Point Reversal Chart