Andre Gratian

Andre Gratian

When Andre Gratian was a stock broker years ago, a friend introduced him to technical analysis of the market. Consequently, it is not an exaggeration to say that Andre fell in love with this approach! Ever since then, it has become an increasingly important part of his professional life. Gratian has studied the works of Wyckoff, Edwards & Magee, Edward J. Dewey (cycles) and many others. However, one of my most profitable undertaking has probably been to study Point & Figure charting, which he finds invaluable in analyzing stocks and indices. If he were restricted to one methodology, this is the one that he would choose. This well-rounded background has given him what he feels to be a special insight into the stock market, facilitating the recognition of meaningful patterns and the ‘turning points’ in all trends, whether they be short or long term.  Andre feels very comfortable discussing the stock market and passing on meaningful information to others. His subscribers include individuals and money managers throughout the world. Moreover, his Newsletters are currently published on several financial sites, here and abroad.

Articles by Andre Gratian

The analysis of the weekly SPX chart gives us a better sense of what the index is doing. Taking into consideration the intermediate term cyclic climate, we could easily see an intermediate correction starting at the secondary high of 2116...
The SPX’s direction is still unclear -- and it will need a little more time to reveal itself. Another attempt at extending its uptrend appears to have resulted in a failure to make significant progress, indicating that another short term...
“At this point, the possibility that the bull market is over is just that: a possibility! But the market should not keep us guessing too long about whether or not this becomes a fact. Many credible economic and geopolitical arguments...
At this point, the possibility that the bull market is over is just that: a possibility! But the market should not keep us guessing too long about whether or not this becomes a fact. Many credible economic and geopolitical arguments can...
Last week’s wild gyration in the index created some ambiguity as to which direction it wants to take over the short-term. A week ago, the indicators suggested that a little more strength could take place, but it was short-lived and was...
SPX is in a short, sideways trend from which it could emerge in either direction. The daily indicators give it a bullish bias, but the hourly suggest that there could be a little more consolidation/correction. In any case, the 2085 level...
On Friday the 13th, SPX closed at a strong support level which was also the anticipated projection for that move. It’s interesting to note that the price target of 2022, which had been determined strictly by technical analysis, withstood...
In the past week, the market correction has greatly accelerated. It is not yet time to dismiss the present rally’s capability to make a new bull market high; but if the current trend continues, the projected primary wave V structure may...
A week ago, it looked as if SPX was ready for a minor correction. This took place this past week with the index dropping 33 points. It is not clear if the correction is over or if, with Friday’s bounce, the index is preparing for another...
Last week SPX gave plenty of evidence that it was topping, at least on a near-term basis. Since it fell a few points short of its projection for this move, it is not entirely clear if it has failed to reach it, or if it will make another...

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