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Tim Wood

Tim Wood

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • The Good, The Not so Good and The Bad

    Published 01 October 2006 | viewed 5,612 times

    The good news for this past week is that the Dow Jones Industrial Average bettered its May high. In turn, this changed some of the…

  • Focus On The 4-Year Cycle

    Published 24 September 2006 | viewed 5,122 times

    I have heard it said that the June/July lows were the 4-year cycle low and that the market is now moving up in a new…

  • The Summer Rally and The Internals

    Published 10 September 2006 | viewed 4,466 times

    First, I have to begin with a chart of the Industrials and the Transports. At this level we still have two non-confirmations. The first non-confirmation…

  • Dow Theory and Cycles

    Published 04 September 2006 | viewed 4,579 times

    Recently I have received e-mails asking about cycles and Dow theory. I have addressed this before, but it seems that it's now time to look…

  • A Look at Current Non-Confirmations

    Published 26 August 2006 | viewed 4,527 times

    During the decline in May and into June my analysis was telling me to expect an intermediate-term low in mid-June and that from that low…

  • A Look at the Oil Sector And an Application of the Cycle Turn and Trend Indicators

    Published 19 August 2006 | viewed 4,019 times

    Earlier this week I had intermediate-term sell signals on crude oil. This came in the wake of an intermediate-term sell signal the week before in…

  • A Look at the Transports

    Published 12 August 2006 | viewed 4,456 times

    The recent action seen in the Transportation sector is not good and considerable technical damage has been done. According to Dow theory, the Secondary Trend…

  • Lessons from The Past

    Published 02 August 2006 | viewed 5,390 times

    As a market historian, it is my belief that if we study the markets of the past, we can gain valuable insight into the future.…

  • Dow Theory

    Published 09 July 2006 | viewed 5,697 times

    Most everyone who has even heard about Dow theory understands the elementary principle of confirmation and non-confirmation between the Industrials and the Transports. There are…

  • The Summer Rally

    Published 02 July 2006 | viewed 5,358 times

    During the decline in May and into June my analysis was telling me to expect an intermediate-term low in mid-June and that from that low…

  • The Speculative Episode

    Published 25 June 2006 | viewed 4,875 times

    The following text is a quote from the book A Short History of Financial Euphoria by John Kenneth Galbraith. I found this material to be…

  • Three Peaks and a Domed House

    Published 18 June 2006 | viewed 6,911 times

    Today I want to share a rather rare chart formation with you. The pattern known as "Three Peaks and a Domed House" was made known…

  • Changes are Still in the Wind

    Published 11 June 2006 | viewed 5,484 times

    In April I warned that there were important non-confirmations in place that had historically proceeded important down turns. I have also shown you several of…

  • We Maybe at a Short-term Low, but Trouble Still Looms

    Published 29 May 2006 | viewed 5,353 times

    The May 10th peak in the stock market was expected and pretty much occurred right on time in accordance with the clustering of the various…

  • A Brief Overview of Cycles and a Brief Application to Silver

    Published 05 May 2006 | viewed 8,780 times

    From a cyclical perspective, the trend is defined by the direction of the cycle of the next larger degree. This means that from a cyclical…

  • The Market Holds, But the Internals are Warning of a Change

    Published 01 May 2006 | viewed 6,035 times

    Yes, according to Dow theory, the Secondary trend remains positive. My intermediate-term Cycle Turn Indicator had turned down at the March high, but then turned…

  • Confirmations and Non-Confirmations

    Published 09 April 2006 | viewed 3,930 times

    The concept of one average confirming the other average came to be when Charles H. Dow first developed the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the…

  • Manipulation

    Published 02 April 2006 | viewed 6,770 times

    Ever so often I receive e-mails questioning my views on manipulation. The basic question is whether or not I believe in market manipulation. The basic…

  • Dow Theory Secondary Advance Continues on Fading Internals

    Published 26 March 2006 | viewed 3,906 times

    Since the January 6th bullish confirmation of the Secondary Trend, according to Dow Theory, there have been two additional reconfirmations. This of course, is good…

  • The Secondary Trend has been Reconfirmed

    Published 18 March 2006 | viewed 6,411 times

    But, All is Not Well On January 6, 2006 the Secondary trend, according to Dow theory, was once again reconfirmed as bullish. Last week there…