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Colored Graph examples from Book

*Be sure to check back from time to time.  I will be adding additional examples of trade setups as well as other colored graphs illustrating more details of my work and unique indicators.  In addition I plan to share new information (not in the book) here as well!
-Floyd Upperman

* Wrong graph  shown on page 129 in Chapter 9.  Figure 9.3 is not correct. The actual 9.3 graph is of the Nasdaq not the S&P500.  Figure 9.4 is of the S&P500. The correct 9.3 Nasdaq graph is provided below in chapter 9 graphs. 

 

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Chapter Two

  1. Figure 2.1

  2. Figure 2.2


    Chapter Three
     

  3. Figure 3.1

  4. Figure 3.2

  5. Figure 3.2_details explained

  6. Figure 3.3

  7. Figure 3.4

  8. Figure 3.5


    Chapter Four
     

  9. Figure 4.1

  10. Figure 4.2

  11. Figure 4.3

  12. Figure 4.4


    Chapter Five
     

  13. Figure 5.1

  14. Figure 5.2

  15. Figure 5.3

  16. Figure 5.4

  17. Figure 5.5

  18. Figure 5.6

  19. Figure 5.7


    Chapter Six
     

  20. Figure 6.1

  21. Figure 6.2

  22. Figure 6.3

  23. Figure 6.4

  24. Figure 6.5

  25. Figure 6.6

  26. Figure 6.7

  27. Figure 6.7 more details

  28. Figure 6.8

  29. Figure 6.9


    Chapter Seven
     

  30. Figure 7.1

  31. Figure 7.2

  32. Figure 7.3

  33. Figure 7.4

  34. Figure 7.5 additional example

  35. Figure 7.6


    Chapter Eight
     

  36. Figure 8.1

  37. Figure 8.2

  38. Figure 8.3

  39. Figure 8.4

  40. Figure 8.5 special details

  41. Figure 8.6

  42. Figure 8.7


    Chapter Nine

    * Error in graphs on page 129.  Figure 9.3 is not correct. The actual 9.3 is of the Nasdaq. The graph is provided below.
     

  43. Figure 9.1

  44. Figure 9.1 with notes

  45. Figure 9.2

  46. Figure 9.3 (CORRECT graph for Nasdaq)

  47. Figure 9.4 S&P500 Graph

  48. Figure 9.5

  49. Figure 9.6

  50. Figure 9.7

  51. Figure 9.8

  52. Figure 9.9

  53. Figure 9.10

  54. Figure 9.11

  55. Figure 9.12 (graph includes additional original notes from my evening report)

  56. Figure 9.13 (this graph also contains original notes from my evening report)

  57. Figure 9.14

  58. Figure 9.15

  59. Figure 9.15 (extra, not in book, shown here with additional notes)

  60. Figure 9.16 (notes on graph are from my evening report, following up on the trade)

  61. Figure 9.17 (Our daily price graph is used with our daily trend/swing graph shown in fig 9.17).

  62. Figure 9.18 (I still need to load the original color version for this one).

  63. Figure 9.19

  64. Figure 9.20

  65. Figure 9.21

  66. Figure 9.22

  67. Figure 9.23 Additional notes provided on this colored example not included in book!
    * I discuss the issue of contract roll-over, and the nuisance of price differences between expiring contracts and new lead contracts.  These price differences must be handled properly when constructing longer-term charts.  I discuss the method I use for doing this on this graph as well as in colored example Figure 9.24 below.
     

  68. Figure 9.24 Additional notes provided on this colored example of the daily price chart!
    * All of our graphs that contain price derived technical indicators are back-adjusted to remove 'false gaps' that occur when linking two contracts with two different prices.  This issue occurs at roll and is an issue unique to commodities due to the relative short lives of the individual contracts.  To construct a longer-term history, many contracts must be linked together.  In dealing with the price derived indicators, the most important thing to achieve is retaining the original price structure across the entire time span.

    Bonus/Extra illustrations

    1 - Wheat Review (From NY Expo review and illustration)

    2 - Hog Review (from NY Expo review and illustration)

 

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