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The Definitive Guide to Point and Figure: A Comprehensive Guide to the Theory and Practical Use of the Point and Figure Charting Method by Jeremy du Plessis

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Chapter 11: Chart Examples

You can never have too many examples. This chapter is dedicated to drawing Point and Figure charts from a variety of markets and discussing a number of points. It is not a full analysis of each one. It is, however, a series of real life, rather than idealised, situations. Sometimes you will see something that has not been discussed. It may have been left out because it was not thought to be relevant, or I may have missed it, or it was so obvious it required no comment. All charts should be viewed with an open mind and without any preconceived idea. Labelling has been kept to a minimum so as not to clutter the charts.

To recap, the strategy with Point and Figure charts is:

  • Look at the chart. Does it look right? ...

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