Quick Reference Guide

For each symbol in our database, we produce 14 charts. For a new member, this might seem intimidating, but it shouldn’t be.

First, there are only 7 unique charts to learn, 7 daily, and 7 weekly. The characteristics of each chart is the same, no matter if you are viewing a daily or weekly chart, only the timeframe being analyzed is different. There is an old saying; a chart is a chart is a chart, as charts work the same no matter what the timeframe is.

Of the 7 charts, you will spend 60% of your time working with the Panic Zone chart, 30% of your time working with the Right Side or Mid Term charts, and 10% with the rest.

The Panic Zone chart tells us where we are in the markets cycle, and if we are seeing abnormal market activity. Abnormal selling activity often leads to “Low Risk” buying opportunities, and abnormal buying activity often leads to “High Risk” situations.

Once you have determined your Market Bias towards the symbol you are analyzing (are you looking to be a buyer or a seller), then and only then, will you move on to either the Right Side, or Mid Term Chart to create a plan of action.

If you consider yourself a Swing Trader, or Short Term trader, then you will focus on the Right Side charts. If you have a longer term perspective, and want to filter out a lot of the markets noise, then you may want to focus on the Mid Term, or Intermediate Term chart.

In the last couple of years, we have noticed that the market has developed a much shorter attention span, and more and more of our members are adapting to these new market conditions by moving from the Mid Term to the Right Side charts, and from Weekly to Daily.

The Charts

1 Panic Zones

2 Right Side

3 Smart Money Alerts

4 Price Targets

5 Intermediate Term

6 Is It Safe?

7 Fly Paper

If you are looking at a symbol for the first time, it is more important that you start with the Big Picture first, and look at the Weekly charts to get a long-term view what has happened to that symbol.

As the Weekly charts are only updated once a week, you do not need to look at these charts daily.

Once you have acclimatized yourself to the Big Picture, then and only then should you move on to the daily charts.

The Panic Zone charts give us our Market Bias and Setups.

The Right Side, or Mid Term charts help us map out a plan of action, and cause us to take action.

The other charts act as analytical, mental and psychological support.