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Ron Griess

Ron Griess

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Crude Oil - Who to Believe?

    Published 07 April 2005 | viewed 5,061 times

    This commentary was originally posted at TheChartStore on 4th April 2005: In our July 21, 2004 Observations, we posted a series of inflation-adjusted crude oil…

  • Commodity Prices - Bubble Top or More to Go?

    Published 22 March 2005 | viewed 10,289 times

    In this Observation, we are going to use the Reuters/CRB Futures Index (CRB) as our proxy for commodity prices. We will point out what might…

  • Ripples in Time - An Update

    Published 27 February 2005 | viewed 4,859 times

    The following chart updates the last chart of our January 9, 2005 Observation. We have added some additional time cycles represented by the orange numbers…

  • Ripples in Time - Cycle Analysis of the S&P 500

    Published 15 February 2005 | viewed 6,265 times

    This analysis was originally published by The Chart Store on January 9, 2005. The charts have been updated through February 11, 2005. Among the many…

  • A Look at the First Five Days of the Month Indicator and the January Effect

    Published 05 January 2005 | viewed 6,473 times

    It is January. Must be time to dust off the old "first five trading days of January indicator" and follow that with the "January Effect."…

  • Just Following the Money

    Published 18 December 2004 | viewed 2,286 times

    No, we're not talking about some investigation into a political or corporate scandal. We are talking about the flow of funds into corporate equities and…

  • Presenting a Positive Case for the Stock Market in 2005

    Published 10 November 2004 | viewed 3,270 times

    In this Observation, we examine some historical trends of the stock market. It is an attempt to use many of the charts available on our…

  • Post Election Years - The Historical Record

    Published 19 October 2004 | viewed 3,185 times

    In this Observation, we examine the historical record of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) in the calendar year following an election. We begin with…

  • Time for a Pause - A Look at 10 year U.S. Treasury Yields

    Published 28 August 2004 | viewed 2,093 times

    This article was originally published on The Chart Store Observation area for subscribers on August 21, 2004. One of the indicators used by technical analysts…

  • Setting the Table - A Look at Gold

    Published 29 August 2004 | viewed 2,481 times

    This article was originally published on The Chart Store Observation area for subscribers on August 23, 2004. We pointed out in our July 21 Observation…

  • Crude Oil - A View from a Different "Angle"

    Published 12 August 2004 | viewed 2,994 times

    This article was originally published on The Chart Store Observation area for subscribers on July 21, 2004. The email version was sent to the AAPTA…