Chart analysis is a subjective game, and many commonly accepted interpretations of patterns fail to hold up to detailed analysis. We’ll explain the realities of large-range days and the kind of market behavior they foreshadow.
Watching Volatility on Different Time Frames
The theory behind the CVR (Connors VIX Reversal) signals is that volatility will revert back to its mean (average).
In a previous article, I talked about how and why multiple signals are superior to
Last Thursday I was waiting for a CVR I buy signal to trigger.
The VIX (the Chicago Board Option Exchange’s volatility index) is becoming an increasingly popular indicator in the financial press.
One of the best ways to exploit the CVR signals from the
Market Bias Indicators page.
In last Thursdays article I mentioned how volatility and the VIX have specificinherent features that allow you to identify short term reversals in the stockmarket. Today, we will look further into this topic.As was discussed on Thursday, all volatility is mean reverting andautocorrelated. We also d
Tonight, I will begin a series of articles on how to use volatility to your
trading advantage. The most important feature to understanding how to use volatility is that it