Point and Figure Charting is not simply for stocks, mutual funds or exchange-traded funds. Of course, if you have an investment in your 401k or your retirement account at work, we would be happy to analyze the funds and investments in your account for you. But we can analyze so many other topics, for example housing starts or buy and sell signals. In this video, we examine the point and figure charting for XHB, the S&P Homebuilders Index, along with the history (and chart patterns) of Housing Starts in the United States, going back over twenty-five years.
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