Stan Weinstein's Stage Analysis

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Old Nov 26, 2011, 8:23pm   #49
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for anyone who is interested ProRealTime free charts (daily and above) have the mansfield relative strength indicator built in
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Old Nov 26, 2011, 9:30pm   #50
 
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for anyone who is interested ProRealTime free charts (daily and above) have the mansfield relative strength indicator built in
Thanks jesteruk, I didn't know that. I've also had a search around the web and found a page that explains the calculation of it so people can program it into their own charting software. Here's the link:

ChartMill.Com | Articles on Technical Analysis Indicators and Screeners
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Old Nov 27, 2011, 9:43pm   #51
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interesting thread.
which stage would you put the ftse and SRP(serco) in at the moment?
could you give a few examples of recent trades either closed or still in?
hopefully il be able to contribute something as this method is interesting me..
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interesting thread.
which stage would you put the ftse and SRP(serco) in at the moment?
hopefully il be able to contribute something as this method is interesting me..
Hi @theblackmamba, thanks for the reply. I'd say the FTSE 100 is currently still in Stage 4 - the declining stage. I did a number of examples earlier in the thread of each stage to compare with, so I could learn to identify the stages and give others a reference also. Here's the link to the stage 4 examples:

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/tech...ml#post1701114

I've marked up the monthly, weekly and daily charts of SRP. Using the method I'd say it's in a Stage 4 continuation phase on the weekly chart - so the declining phase. However the monthly chart shows a large amount of support in the range it's approaching, but it's is quite old support, so it may not be as valid as if it was within the last few years.

The trendline on the monthly chart is currently being tested so a significant break of it would be quite negative and could cause a drop towards 350. But it easily rebound here if the markets turn around as that's a major trendline.

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could you give a few examples of recent trades either closed or still in?
A couple of my current trades are:

01/11/11 - RR.L long @ 678.85
24/11/11 - Silver short @ 32.009
25/11/11 - STI short @ 16.729
25/11/11 - RAI long @ 40.06

Attached are the charts of SRP.L
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Old Nov 28, 2011, 9:04am   #53
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hi thanks very much
i see you do the daily and weekly. doyou treat them both differently? ie if say serco looks good on weekly you wll short it, and if looks a weinstein on daily you open a seperate short?
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ps. just seen the ones you in. thanks for posting.
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Old Nov 28, 2011, 9:43am   #55
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aml looks like a potential stage 2 on daily chart, but on weekly still at best begining stage1.
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hi thanks very much
i see you do the daily and weekly. doyou treat them both differently? ie if say serco looks good on weekly you wll short it, and if looks a weinstein on daily you open a seperate short?
I look at all the time frames in the same way, but give more weight to the higher time frame. The method in the book is based on the weekly time frame, so when you look at what stage it's in, that should be your first chart.

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aml looks like a potential stage 2 on daily chart, but on weekly still at best beginning stage1.
On the daily chart, I'd say it's Stage 1,and would move into Stage 1B if it breaks above the recent high at 322.10, as it then has to break resistance above resistance above 354.50. That would then be a move move into Stage 2A on the daily. However, the weekly Stages are the most important and currently AML.L is still in Stage 4 - see the downward moving average. So any trades should still be either short or nothing as it's still in the declining stage. Also don't forget volume when you are looking as a decent increase on the breakout is crucial.

You also shouldn't look at the chart in isolation. First you need to see what the major trend of the market overall is?
Then look at how the sector group is performing - I've attached the chart for non life insurance.
Compare relative performance of AML.L versus the general market and also versus the sector. Is it outperforming?
Compare the sector versus the market as well.

If all looks good then you buy half your position on the breakout to stage 2.
If volume looks promising on the breakout (2x the 4 week average) and then contracts on the pullback towards the initial breakout level, then buy the remaining half of the position.
If volume doesn't increase enough on the breakout then sell on the first rally. If it doesn't manage to rally and falls back below the breakout point then dump it immediately.

Edit: Attached is the charts including the relative performance vs the S&P 500 and versus the Non life insurance sector. You can also see the sectors performance versus the S&P 500 on the sector chart, which is under performing.

Edit 2: An additional thing I like to look at is the 200 day correlation with the S&P 500 as this tells you how much of the daily movement is influenced by the general market. AML.L has a current correlation of 0.86. So 86% of the daily movement is caused by the general market.
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