May 15, 2014

MACD negative, please check the current swing is moving up, uptrend will continue.

# Moving Average Convergence Divergence MACD

Gerald Appel created MACD for the purpose of producing specific trading signals. The primary reason for its popularity among technicians is the fact that it is a very easy indicator to interpret. Price moving averages help us to identify trends more effectively by smoothing out daily price fluctuations. Most of us are familiar with using crossovers of simple price moving averages to arrive at buy and sell signals (i.e. when price crosses up through its moving average a bullish condition exists). MACD is a very similar concept. However, MACD consists of three price moving averages, instead of just one or two Price Moving Average's.

MACD is displayed as two separate lines in the indicator window. The first line plotted is actually the difference between two moving averages. The first MA should be set to a shorter term time frame (e.g. 12-day) and the second MA is typically set to a number about twice as long as the first. These parameters are determined by the user, based on his or her particular time horizons.

The calculation of the second indicator line is simply an average of the first line. A common parameter used here is a 9-day moving average, but we encourage you to experiment with varying parameters since NO indicator parameter works best for all market conditions.

The histogram is the difference between the two MACD lines. Where the histogram crosses the zero line is the point where the two MACD lines are crossing (the difference between the two is zero

# Worden Stochastics (requires Worden Gold service)

The Worden Stochastic indicator returns the Percentile Rank of the most recent closing Price when compared to all of the other closing values during a specified Period.

**Worden Stochastic vs. (standard) Stochastic**

The value of the Worden Stochastic will often differ from that of the standard Stochastic indicator, since its calculation is based on the Price Close rank within a list of observations WHILE a standard Stochastic calculation answers the question ‘What percentage of the n-period Close Range is represented by the current Price observation?’. The answer to this question in the case of the example here is as follows:

Stochastic = [(Current Close - Period Low)/(Period High - Period Low)] *100

= [(2-1) / (7-1)] *100

= (1/6) *100

= .1666666 *100

= 16.7

This calculation also assumes a smoothing constant of 1.

While the Worden Stochastic returns a value of 25 for this set of five observations, the standard Stochastic returns a value of 16.7.

Price Above Support Level at 3.09

Day Volume under 74% of 5 day average, and 77% lower than 90 day average, low interest.

Price Above Support Level at 3.09

A vortex pattern may be observed in any market by connecting the lows of that market’s price bars with the consecutive bars’ highs, and then price bar highs with consecutive lows. The greater the distance between the low of a price bar and the subsequent bar’s high, the greater the upward or positive Vortex movement (VM+). Similarly, the greater the distance between a price bar’s high and the subsequent bar’s low, the greater the downward or negative Vortex movement (VM-).

On a chart, VI+ and VI− will be seen to intersect each other at a change of trend, and begin to diverge ever wider as the strength of a trend increases. When VI+ is larger and above VI−, the market is trending up. Conversely, when VI− is bigger and above VI+, the market is trending down.

A trader should focus on the key trend change points of the Vortex Indicator (i.e. the crossing points of VI+ and VI−). When VI+ crosses above VI−, a long (buy) position is indicated. A short or sell position is suggested when VI− crosses above VI+.

The published article also suggested further measures to ensure an effective trading strategy, for example, only entering a trade at the extreme high or low of the price bar that corresponds with a crossing of the Vortex Indicator

Updating

**Volatility Stop Bullish**

Low Range

High Range

**2.11 Downside**High Range

**5.36****unchanged**
Business Gap Bridget

30% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**60.63%****Up**30% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**20.01%**
50% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**30.32%**
Low Margin Requirement

**30%,**...Low exposure of Capital
Support Level at

Self-Correction Level at

Resistance Level at

**3.09 Uncharged**Self-Correction Level at

**3.74 Unchanged**Resistance Level at

**4.39 Unchanged**
Trend Performance

**"Neutral"**
Bollinger Band Alert Trading

**"Neutral"****unchanged**
Average Price Paid Must be -Below-For a Long Position at

**3.24,...oK**
Cash Marginable Securities $ 675,50000

Non-Marginable Securities $ 965,000.00

Scaling System Up and Down Scaling Amount on each level 96,500.00

Cash Flow at

**90.20****%****changed.**
February 12, 2014

Scaling Level at 2.39

**Volatility Stop Bearish**

Low Range

High Range

**2.11 Downside**High Range

**5.36****unchanged**
Business Gap Bridget

30% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**60.63%****Up**30% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**20.01%**
50% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**30.32%**
Low Margin Requirement

**30%,**...Low exposure of Capital
Support Level at

Self-Correction Level at

Resistance Level at

**3.09 Downgraded**Self-Correction Level at

**3.74 Downgraded**Resistance Level at

**4.39 Downgraded**
Trend Performance

**"Downtrend"**
Bollinger Band Alert Trading

**"Neutral"****unchanged**
Average Price Paid Must be -Below-For a Long Position at

**3.07,...oK**
Cash Marginable Securities $ 675,50000

Non-Marginable Securities $ 965,000.00

Scaling System Up and Down Scaling Amount on each level 96,500.00

Cash Flow at

**61.67.00****%****changed**
Open Long Position

Open Long Position at 3.71

**Volatility Stop Bearish**

Low Range

**3.52**and High Range**5.36**for the Business Bridget Gap
Business Gap Bridget

30% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**34.33**%**Up**30% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**10.30%**
50% of The Planned Profit on Business Gap

**17.16%**
Low Margin Requirement

**30%,**...Low exposure of Capital
Resistance Level at

**4.81 Downgraded**
Self-Correction Level at

**4.44 Downgraded**
Support Level at

**4.07 Downgraded**
Trend Performance

**"Downtrend"**
Bollinger Band Alert Trading

**"Neutral"****unchanged**
Average Price Paid Must be -Below-For a Long Position at

**4.56,...oK**
Cash Marginable Securities $ 275,000.00

Non-Marginable Securities $ 1,100,000.00

Scaling System Up and Down Scaling Amount on each level 110,000.00