Friday, May 23, 2008

ChartWatchCentral Launches 'Christina's Notebook'

We are pleased to announce the launch of 'Christina's notebook', a cutting edge service where we post basic chart analysis direct from the desk of world renowned Christina Nikolov. You can now see which securities Christina hasn't written commentaries on yet, but are currently worth watching, because they appear to be tracing out a particular reversal pattern. This page can be accessed by going to the home page of our site and clicking on 'Members', or by Clicking Here

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Cent Packing

Which retail chain traced out a perfectly formed, textbook version of a Head and Shoulders top over the past three months? Click Here For Details.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Proposed Capital Gains Tax Increase

While on the surface, I am not in favor of one presidential candidates proposal for a capital gains tax increase, looking at the positive side of things, it could be actually good for the stock market long-term. After all, this increase would be an incentive for long-term investment, for those adding money. And those contemplating selling might reconsider. Both factors would likely boost stocks, or at the very least keep prices from falling.

The amazing thing about this proposal is that it stemmed from the desire to boost tax revenue in order to pay for healthcare, education and infrastucture spending. But doing so would actually have the reverse effect, since there would be less selling, hence less tax revenue to the government. The ultimate losers would be the government and those investors forced to sell for one reason or another. Click here to visit my website.

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Sunday, May 18, 2008

Where's the Pi-SaaS

Technical Analysis says the shares of this Internet Software & Services firm, currently trading just north of $1.00 will rebound. Now will they? To see the chart, Click Here