Richard Jemison’s Point & Figure Newsletter
Richard Jemison has taken the art of Point and Figure charting and applied a variety of technical analysis tools and pattern recognition techniques to develop a daily list of trade observations and suggestion. His unique approach provides an invaluable guide and alternative view of twenty different commodity markets.
The law of supply and demand governs the movement of Commodity Futures prices. If there are more buyers than sellers, prices rise, on the other hand, when there are more sellers than buyers, prices decline. It is these imbalances in supply and demand that causes prices to move up and down.
The Point & Figure method of analyzing movements (learn more) is designed simply as a logical, organized way of recording the battle between supply and demand. The Point & Figure charts show whether supply or demand is “winning the battle”. Chart patterns and trend lines will guide the buy and sell decisions..
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