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Eight entry points

Joseph E.Granville eight basic ways

The eight basic ways of trading successfully by using these 200 day moving average price charts are as follows:

(1)If the 200 day average line flattens out following a previous decline, or is advancing, and the price of the stock penetrates that average line on the upside, this comprises a major buying signal.

(2) If the price of the stock falls below the 200 day moving average price line while the average line is still rising, this also is considered to be a buying opportunity.

(3)If the stock price is above the advancing 200-day line and is declining toward that line, fails to go through and starts to turn up again, this is a buying signal.

(4) If the stock price falls too fast under the declining 200-day average line, it is entitled to an advance back toward the average line and the stock can be bought for this short-term technical rise.

(5) If the 200-day average line flattens out following a previous rise, or is declining, and the price of the stock penetrates that line on the downside, this comprises a major selling signal.

(6) If the price of the stock rises above the 200 day moving average price line while the average line is still falling, this also is considered to be a selling opportunity.

(7) If the stock price is below the falling 200-day line, and is advancing toward that line, fails to go through and starts to turn down again, this is a selling signal.

(8) If the stock price advances too fast above the advancing 200 day average line, it is entitled to a reaction back toward the average line and the stock can be sold for this short-term technical reaction.


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