Stock Market Analysis and Discussion Subscription Services
Technical Watch offers two subscription services that will fully compliment every independent investors methodology and trading objectives.
Chatting the Market offers a live interactive chat environment in which Dave Breslaw leads each week usually on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 4:00 Pacific time.
The chat sessions are formatted as an educational experience with special emphasis on the market internals, the use of the McClellan Oscillator and McClellan Summation Index in ascertaining market strength or weakness, and other analytical tools that drive the future direction of price structures.
The subscriber can ask questions directly to Dave during these sessions so that a more rounded understanding of these breadth analysis techniques can be understood and applied appropriately to each individuals trading style.
There will also be occasional discussions of how other analytical methodologies (such as trendline, momentum, sentiment, and Elliott Wave analysis) can be used as a compliment to this same data.
When used as a total concept, the understanding of this information will increase confidence in your trades, give you better timing techniques as far as entry and exit points, and you will be able to build the necessary discipline to increase your probabilities of having a successful trading outcome.
Also included with this exciting subscription will be the chat transcripts which will generally be posted the next trading day for your review and additional study.
*Please Note: Much of the chat sessions will follow the chart format of the old Decision Point website that are now available at StockCharts.com.
Although it's not absolutely necessary to have subscriber access to StockCharts to get the most out of the chat room service, it is highly recommended so that the content and context of the chat discussions can be better absorbed just as a textbook can provide the student.
More information on StockChart's services can be found by clicking this link. Access to these charts is only available by signing up for their "Extra" service.