The Year was 2013 . Rambus was navigating his subscribers through a waterfall decline in the Precious Metals. An Historic Waterfall after the Epic Run to almost $2000 . For most Goldbugs this was a horror story as they watched … Continue reading →
Hi : I am Fullgoldcrown , Rambus Chartology Manager/Editor.
Some call me “Fully”. I have been with Rambus over a decade now and still consider myself a Chartology Student.
Rambus has taken Traditional Chart Analysis ( as originally developed by Edwards and Magee in their Iconic book originally published in the 50s “Technical Analysis of Stock Trends) and “tweaked ” it over the years , to add many nuances and observations based on his passionate study of the Art and Science that make up his body of work which we call Chartology.
I will be presenting one Tutorial every Wednesday to help those who are interested in this fascinating and profitable body of work.
“Give a man a Chart and he may thrive for a day. Teach a man to chart and he may thrive for a lifetime.” Anon
We’ll Start with one of my favorites . This was an eye opener for me when first published On New Year’s Eve 2012. Enjoy.
Most of the time during a bull market the short, intermediate and long term charts are pretty much in sync even during a consolidation phase. Consolidation patterns are needed to bring the overbought condition back to what is normal for … Continue reading →
Lets start with the daily bar chart for the pm complex which has the horizontal black dashed S&R line taken from the previous high. Think of them as more of a support zone, brown shaded areas on the left side … Continue reading →
In this last post for the Quarterly Report I would like to update some very long term charts for some of the US stock markets and other areas to see how this secular bull market has been progressing since the … Continue reading →
For the last 2 days our internet has been down which really makes you appreciate this miracle invention. We’ve had intermittent problems through the years that no one has been able to figure out until today. The phone company finally … Continue reading →