MSFT – everyone reading this post learned how to make a circle form 3 points …

folks, honestly, being in the parabolic wave is quite the rush and I’m 100 percent guilty of getting out too early and I would really love it if someone told me they got in at the exact bottom and took it all the way to the top … bless you if you have! 🙂

finding tops and catching knives is a fools game … we all know that. but you can use geometry to get a clue …

so, taking what I learned in my geometry class I used three points to define a circle, found the gravity center and then use 0 price and drew my arc. it’s below.

is a top coming – oh you betcha your bottom dollar.

is my analysis of that potential top target area correct ? I have NO IDEA.

but, we can watch and wait for a signal reversal candle ….

Author: BART

BART is a CMT and an expert a "advanced" pattern recognition used w/in the intermarket analysis discipline. He's also an accomplished Business Development Executive providing solutions to a myriad of business markets.

4 thoughts on “MSFT – everyone reading this post learned how to make a circle form 3 points …”

  1. The charts of stocks like Apple and Microsoft look very different on a logarithmic scale. Not quite parabolic… yet. Wouldn’t it make sense to evaluate them on that basis as well? As a matter of fact, I’ve often wondered why not more technical analysis is presented that way.

    The fighter jet analogy is very powerful, btw.

    1. yes – log scale is VERY important. when I look for the parabolic take off, I use the normal chart view but once a move occurs (up or down) the confirmation is usually a break of a long term log trend line. thanks for reading and commenting! take care – Bart

    1. Enzo – great to hear from you. how are you doing over in Italy? hope you, your family and friends are all well. so love that we are still in touch ….

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