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Ed Carlson

Ed Carlson

Contributor since: 04 May 2012


Ed Carlson, author of George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis, and his new book, George Lindsay's An Aid to Timing is an independent trader, consultant, and Chartered Market Technician (CMT) based in Seattle. Carlson manages the website Seattle Technical Advisors.com, where he publishes daily and weekly commentary. He spent twenty years as a stockbroker and holds an M.B.A. from Wichita State University.

  • Copper Part II

    Published 18 March 2014 | viewed 0 times

    Copper lost an additional 4.50% last week bringing the three week loss to a total of 9.68% - the biggest three week drop since October…

  • Copper

    Published 11 March 2014 | viewed 0 times

    It seems like yesterday that we were being constantly barraged with stories in the media of vandals ripping up and stealing copper pipes, wires, etc.…

  • Mid-Term Election Years

    Published 04 March 2014 | viewed 0 times

    Mid-term election years are typically poor performers for most of the year until finding a bottom in the fall and beginning a rally which lasts…

  • Three Peaks and a (Complex) Domed House

    Published 11 February 2014 | viewed 0 times

    The internet has been abuzz for several weeks about an analogue (discovered by Tom DeMark and popularized by Tom McClellan and others) of the bull…

  • For Sentimental Reasons

    Published 04 February 2014 | viewed 0 times

    The song (I love you) For Sentimental Reasons was recorded by Nat King Cole in 1946 and I feel as if I've been staring at…

  • Market Report

    Published 28 January 2014 | viewed 0 times

    With Friday's breakdown below 1,810 in the S&P 500 index and 16,086 in the Dow (both numbers represent the November highs which were broken in…

  • Two Recent Cycles to Watch

    Published 14 January 2014 | viewed 0 times

    Over the last several months two cycles have caught my eye. The first, and better known, is the seven year cycle (Figure 1). Since 1939…

  • Deja-vu (or Asia-doo doo)

    Published 07 January 2014 | viewed 0 times

    The Thai SET tumbled 15% in 2013 as political instability caused by protests against Prime Minister Shinawatra threatens the 2nd largest SE Asian economy. Protestors…

  • Lindsay Renaissance

    Published 17 December 2013 | viewed 0 times

    One of the advantages of being at the center of the "Lindsay Renaissance" is receiving information from other investors and analysts, around the world, who…

  • Titanic Syndrome

    Published 10 December 2013 | viewed 0 times

    With the reporting of a Hindenburg Omen last week, like Pavlov's dog I rushed to check my charts for evidence of the Titanic Syndrome. The…

  • A Look at the Nikkei

    Published 03 December 2013 | viewed 0 times

    In October 2012 I showed subscribers the relative chart of the Nikkei 225 versus the MSCI world index and explained how the breakout over a…

  • Gold Bulls Get Another Shock

    Published 26 November 2013 | viewed 0 times

    Gold bulls got another shock last week (assuming they're still watching the 'golden anchor'). Gold has breached the neckline of a head-and-shoulders pattern which has…

  • German DAX

    Published 19 November 2013 | viewed 0 times

    Germany's DAX index is the equivalent to America's Dow Jones industrial index. Both indices are composed of 30 blue-chip issues. As of Friday, the DAX…

  • Gold

    Published 12 November 2013 | viewed 0 times

    In last week's Commentary I promised to share my forecast for the low of the 10/28/13 decline. I call my approach the Hybrid-Lindsay method as…

  • Gold

    Published 05 November 2013 | viewed 0 times

    In my September Commentaries I explained my expectation for no final low in gold prior 10/28/13. Based on "intervals of equidistance" (similar to cycles) I…

  • The Bulls Are Excited Again

    Published 29 October 2013 | viewed 0 times

    With new highs in the S&P 500 last week the bulls are excited again. Never mind the fact that the Dow industrials index is still…

  • Separate Paths

    Published 22 October 2013 | viewed 0 times

    The methods of George Lindsay were meant to be applied to the Dow Industrials index and he warned against using these methods on broader indices…

  • A High To Last Week's Rally

    Published 15 October 2013 | viewed 0 times

    In recent articles I have been describing a new "hybrid" forecasting model I am developing based on the work of George Lindsay. Lindsay's forecasting techniques…

  • Hybrid-Lindsay Model Points To A Short-Term Low

    Published 08 October 2013 | viewed 0 times

    In late August I wrote of an experimental approach I have been using to time short term highs and lows based on the work of…

  • Looking For A Bounce In The 'Ten-Year'

    Published 01 October 2013 | viewed 0 times

    TNX is the symbol for the interest rate on the ten-year, US Treasury note. One observation which has kept me from getting bullish about TNX…