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Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.

Weekly Money Flow: Week 5 January 2018

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The following 1-year chart grids and 1-week gains/losses graphs show, at a glance, where a variety of major world markets are trading and how much they gained/lost this past week. They are presented without individual commentary. The charts will, however, simply show, at a glance, minor and major support/resistance levels in the form of 20 & 50-day moving averages and price swings/consolidation levels, as well as which markets are leaders or laggards in their performance during the 1-year period.

For my detailed analyses that I’ve completed over the past couple of weeks, especially this last week, on some of these markets, you can review them on my Blog at your leisure. (more…)

Well That Delivered Faster Than Expected

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Stan and I are doing our free monthly Chart Chat on Sunday at We’ll be covering the usual wide range of instruments and you can register for that on our February Free Webinars page.

No futures charts or video this afternoon as I tripped over this morning while trying to find somewhere in an unfamiliar city using Google Maps. My phone smashed and that, needless to say, is my primary authentication device for accessing my futures charts.

Only a temporary setback as I have a very good iPhone/iPad repair place, and I am a favorite customer with a bulk discount due to my household having a lot of apple devices, mainly being used by three rather careless/clumsy kids. I’ll have the iPhone back tomorrow so I’m inclined to interpret this as a sign from above suggesting that I might consider going to bed early tonight. For a fact, I am rather tired so I think I’ll be doing that. (more…)