- The definitive source of long-term (and I mean long-term)
charts of technical, economic and monetary data, presented by Ron Griess
in a remarkably crisp format. (Notice that all the charts are annotated
with prices and dates of important tops and bottoms -- which makes them
invaluable quick reference tools.)
- Carl Swenlin has a huge number of charts on his site; long-term and
short-term charts of both indicators of all kinds and groups and stocks.
Charts of the groups and sectors can be ranked by relative strength -- and the
charts of the component stocks of each group and sector can also be ranked
by relative strength, a particularly invaluable feature. You can get a real
feel of strength and weakness within the market in a hurry on this site.
- The source for charting data -- along with enough canned
indicators and sorting tools to make everyone happy. (And they'll let you
try it -- free -- for 30 days.
- Lowry's is "the oldest continuously published Technical Advisor in the United States [since 1938]" -- and is
"an enduring part of stock market analysis". They follow Buying Power and
Selling Pressure, and are the most widely-used technical reference -- by technicians and non-technicians alike -- of them all.
- A daily video comment on one of the big current investment issues (and much more)
from the most innovative money manager -- and the greatest investment futurist -- of our time.
- Stimulating commentaries on the long-term outlook for the financial
markets, both here and abroad, from one of the most insightful money management
groups on Wall Street.
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