LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
Like every other field of study, technical analysis has a history that is important to study. The history of technical analysis includes research related to charts and indicators. This history also includes the stories of the people who advanced the field. This month we look at one of those individuals in detail.
Joe Granville rose to fame as a technical analyst in the 1960’s and 1970’s. In the future, it might not be possible for any other analyst to achieve his level of popularity. Markets are larger now and the time when one individual’s forecasts can move markets has likely passed. But Joe lived when that was possible and he did move the market on several occasions.
In addition to the past, articles in this issue of Technically Speaking also cover the present state of technical analysis with several pieces of applied analysis.
You can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your perspectives on the past, present and future of technical analysis.
JOSEPH GRANVILLE: “WE’RE SCIENTISTS”by Bill Voelker
Editor’s note: Bill Voelker was a long-time friend of Joe Granville and prepared this to honor his friend several years ago. It is reprinted here with permission. Science’s job is to reduce all...
JOSEPH GRANVILLE: A LIFE WELL-LIVEDby Michael Carr, CMT
In his obituary, The New York Times noted, “when the stock market prognosticator Joseph E. Granville talked, his subscribers listened. “ In the early 1980’s, Joe Granville reached a level of...
WHO IS JOSEPH GRANVILLE?by The Granville Letter Website
For the past 24 years Joseph Granville has been living with his wife Karen in Kansas City Missouri. He is best known as a stock market Technical Analyst. Now almost 85, his latest book How to Read...
P&F TRAPS: RULES THAT DEFINE WEAKENED BULLS & BEARSby Prashant Shah, CMT, CFTe, MFTA, MSTA
We often use the words “bull trap” and “bear trap” in conventional pattern analysis. We usually mean pattern failures or false breakouts by that but it is difficult to precisely define the...
THE 1545 TRADING SYSTEMby Anthony Trongone
Although the market has been on a tear, the performance of the SPYDRs (SPY), in the 15 minutes prior to the ringing of the closing bell (15:45 to 16:00 ET), has not been profitable. Below are the...
INTERVIEW WITH FRANK CAPPELLERI, CFA, CMTby Frank Cappelleri, CMT, CFA & Amber Hestla-Barnhart
How would you describe your job? I currently work as an equity sales trader for Instinet, LLC, a Nomura Company. My primary responsibilities include providing high touch and electronic trading...
PHASES AND CYCLES: THE MARKETS COULD HAVE SOME WEAKNESS BEFORE THE BULL LAUNCHES ITS NEXT MAJOR ADVANCEby Ron Meisels
Editor’s note: This report was originally published by Phases & Cycles on September 30, 2013 and is reprinted here with permission. This bull market continues to throw a few curve balls at both...
GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER STATUSby Monica Rizk & Ron Meisels
Editor’s note: This is an example of the analysis published by Phases & Cycles. It is reprinted here with permission as an example of a structured research report. Goodyear Tire & Rubber is...
ETHICS CORNER: HOW DO YOU DEFINE AN ADEQUATE AMOUNT OF TIME?by Michael Carr, CMT
After last month’s article on ethics, we received a question that shows how difficult it can be to apply ethics on the job: I have an ethics question that has bothered me for years. It is in...
CHART OF THE MONTH
This month, several European stock markets are highlighted. All charts are courtesy of Trade...
New Educational Content This Month
October 22, 2021
Systematic Multiple Time Frame Investing
Presenter(s): Bill Kelleher, CMT, CFA
October 20, 2021
Volume Analysis Series (Part 3): Volume Analysis with Indexes
Presenter(s): Buff Dormeier, CMT
October 13, 2021
Understanding Market Internals to Identify Turning Points
Presenter(s): Mike Hurley, CMT