Friday, August 24, 2007

A Buy Signal is Triggered for the TSX

In this post, I'm just going to show the buy signal that has developed in the TSX Bullish Percent Chart.

I actually posted this chart a little over a week ago, and I showed that it was getting close to giving a buy signal. However, this statement proved to be premature, as one should always wait for confirmation, which, in this case, involves the RSI crossing back into non oversold territory. The good news is that this confirmation has just arrived:

As you can see in the above chart, when the RSI dips into oversold territory, and then subsequently leaves oversold territory, a buy signal is generated. The last three signals have proven to be extremely profitable.

Please click on the chart to see a larger image. Also, you can see a live version of this chart for free at all times by going to my public chart section, which can be found by clicking on the link in the top right hand corner of my site. This chart is located on page number 5.

If this signal turns out to be accurate, the TSX will likely be at much higher levels in the weeks ahead. If you agree or disagree with my analysis, I would like to hear from you. Thanks for stopping by.


The Word said...

Your charts are Huge at Stockcharts.
I don't have the screen to see a chart all at once.
I could not find the updated Bullish % on page 6. Perhaps it moved.

If and when you have the time, please post an update and comment as I find your approach interesting. I tend to look at Bullish in a strict P&F way. But to each is own.
The Word

Danny Merkel said...

Hi there,

You were right, the chart in question got moved to page 5. Also, yes, my charts are quite big on there, 1600 x 1200, but that's only because I have a large monitor, so I figure I might as well take advantage of that fact.

The charts on this blog are more reasonably sized at least, 1200 x 742.

Looking at this type of chart in a P&F view is probably the right thing to do. I'm going to start posting more of these type of charts, since I find that they have many advantages, which is why I like your blog so much.