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.

Andre Gratian Articles

Optimism re-surfaced on Thursday with authoritative opinions being expressed that the US-China trade talks have a good chance “for a win/win outcome”.  This was undoubtedly responsible for picking up a flagging SPX and causing it to close...
This week, I might as well repeat what I said last week: “Hope that trade negotiations with China will bring some tangible results have kept the SPX in an uptrend for the past few days, but the technical picture shows a market which is on...
Hope that trade negotiations with China will bring some tangible results have kept the SPX in an uptrend for the past few days, but the technical picture shows a market which is on its last leg. This is apparent with whatever methodology...
After reaching 2739 last Tuesday, SPX started what is probably a correction of the 393-point uptrend which started at 2346.  If that’s the case, we could keep going until we reach 2589, at a minimum.  But this is only a preliminary...
We can categorize the decline from 2941 to 2346 as having taken place in two phases, with the first ending at 2682 and the second one starting from 2800 and concluding at 2346. The rally from the low was initially labeled as a countertrend...
It only takes a quick glance at the daily SPX indicators to assess the current market position. Last week, for the first time since the 2346 low, they “sputtered”. It is no wonder since from about 2600 the index has started to meet with...
Friday Morning Comment: “Trade talk optimism, options expiration, a three-day week-end, and a Bradley turn date!  That’s a powerfully bullish combination which undoubtedly generated massive short-covering rather than genuine buying when...
After a three-month decline of nearly 600 points, SPX was more than ready for an oversold rally. The end of the initial down-phase of an intermediate to long-term correction which is expected to last for several more months finally came at...
On Thursday of last week SPX was down 62 points.  On Friday it was up 84.  This market is not for the faint-hearted!  Daily moves of 700 points or more are becoming common place for the DJIA.  But you might as well get used to it because...
After a substantial and precipitous price drop of 450 points during the past two weeks, SPX has finally found a bottom and is rallying over the short-term.  In keeping with the current volatile market nature it has already rallied 173...

Pages

Seventy-five percent of all gold in circulation has been extracted since 1910