## Mullooly Asset Show Episode 26

? 1:20 - What percentage box size should be used when viewing a relative strength chart? The transcription for this video can be found here

## Mullooly Asset Show Episode 10

? 1:48 - "The Big Short" and FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) 7:34 - Technical and fundamental analysis Here is the link to the transcript for this video

## Mullooly Asset Show Episode 6

? 1:29 - When to use a rollover IRA 5:42 - Leveraged funds 9:21 - Why we use technical analysis Here is the link to the transcript for this video

## Peer and Market Relative Strength

At Mullooly Asset Management, we have two main ways that we measure relative strength. As our friends at Dorsey Wright and Associates have shown us, it's integral to consider a security's peer and market relative strength when determining its place in a momentum...

## Relative Strength Chart Configurations: Sell Signal in O’s

http://tpmullooly.wistia.com/medias/yoiqiowb1f?embedType=seo&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=838 We've previously discussed the following configurations for point and figure relative strength charts: Buy Signal in X's Buy Signal in O's Sell Signal in X's Today we conclude...

## Relative Strength Chart Configurations: Sell Signal in X’s

http://tpmullooly.wistia.com/medias/i1kqutvo6s?embedType=seo&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=838 There's a big difference between a point and figure relative strength chart on a buy signal and one on a sell signal. According to a recent white paper written by John Lewis,...

## Relative Strength Chart Configurations: Buy Signal in O’s

As we discussed on a previous video, the optimal configuration for point and figure relative strength charts is to be on a buy signal and in a column of X's. In this video, Casey continues the discussion on point and figure relative strength chart configurations. What...

## Relative Strength Chart Configurations: Buy Signal In X’s

As Tim shared on a previous video, point and figure relative strength charts can be configured in one of four ways. One of these configurations involves being on a buy signal and in a column of X's. What Does This Point and Figure Relative Strength Configuration Tell...

## Point and Figure Relative Strength Chart Configurations

Compared to point and figure trend charts, point and figure relative strength charts are much more straightforward. Rather than identifying patterns, like the bearish signal reversal or bullish triangle, we are simply looking for two things: the chart's current column...