Relative and Comparative Strength are two of my favorite concepts studied in the Wyckoff Trading Course offered by Wyckoff Analytics. Following the status of the general markets and Wyckoffian Market Structure, Relative and Comparative Strength (RS and CS going forward) are among the most basic ... READ MORE
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Since an IPO (Initial Public Offering) on January 29th, 1999, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) had been accumulating within its rather broad trading range ($1-40) for more than 17 years before breaking out in Q2 2016.
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Realizing that stock prices are driven primarily by the institutional investors and other large informed interests, let’s analyze the Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) stock performance by employing the Richard D. Wyckoff method that stood the test of time and is used by many professional ... READ MORE
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