Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Sierra Chart daily Report 13th August S&P 500 Emini Futures

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Trend bars are often referred to for short as bull bars or bear bars.
[edit] With-trend barA trend bar with movement in the same direction as the chart's trend is known as 'with trend', i.e. a bull trend bar in a bull market is a "with trend bull" bar. In a downwards market, a bear trend bar is a "with trend bear" bar.[14]
[edit] Countertrend barA trend bar in the opposite direction to the prevailing trend is a "countertrend" bull or bear bar.
[edit] BABThere are also what are known as BAB - big a**** bars - which are bars that are more than two standard deviations larger than the average.
[edit] Climactic exhaustion barThis is a with-trend BAB whose unusually large body signals that in a bull trend the last buyers have entered the market and therefore if there are now only sellers, the market will reverse. The opposite holds for a bear trend.
[edit] Shaved barA shaved bar is a trend bar that is all body and has no tails. A partially shaved bar has a shaved top (no upper tail) or a shaved bottom (no lower tail).
[edit] Inside barAn "inside bar" is a bar which is smaller and within the high to low range of the prior bar, i.e. the high is lower than the previous bar's high, and the low is higher than the previous bar's low. Its relative position can be at the top, the middle or the bottom of the prior bar.
There is no universal definition imposing a rule that the highs of the inside bar and the prior bar cannot be the same, equally for the lows. If both the highs and the lows are the same, it is harder to define it as an inside bar, yet reasons exist why it might be interpreted so.[14] This imprecision is typical when trying to describe the ever-fluctuating character of market prices.