Check this out...if you are long you should like. Shorts ofcourse will dismiss it. The truth is the truth!!!
Here is the solution to your problem:
TURNING TOMBSTONES INTO ATM MACHINES
(New York, Wireless Flash) - A deceased cattle rancher in Bozeman, Montana, is bringing new meaning to the term "cashing out"�by installing an automatic teller machine in his tombstone. Cattle rancher Grover Chestnut died recently at the age of 79. However, before he cashed in, he installed an ATM at his tombstone and gave 10 heirs debit cards, and told them were allowed to withdraw $300 per week from the grave. It may sound like a grave waste of money but sources say Chestnut figured the tombstone ATM was the best way to make sure his grave had regular visitors. It must be working. Joel Jenkins, who helped create the "cashing-out" machines, says one of Chestnut's granddaughters recently gave up a promising acting career in New York in order to cash in on Grandpa's money-making tombstone. Although Chestnut's grave is currently the only one with an ATM, Jenkins figures others will be dying to try it soon.
You asked for comments so here go mine. I hope you do not take them as perjorative. I think the graph has little if any predictive value for next week. Here is why.
You chose a 10 minute tick chart with RSI, OBV, MACD, etc. calculated for 5 periods (50 minutes). While that is a fine choice for day-trading, it tells us very little about longer time frames (such as Monday-Friday next week).
If you look at the beginning of each day on your charts, you will notice discontinuities on many of them -- that is the direction changes violently between the close and open of the next day.
I know what MACD, RSI, Bollingger Bands etc etc are. Have them all programmed into my computer spreads as a matter of fact. I like a good TA story as well as the next guy, but you have to choose the appropriate time frames to do your analysis.
Comments welcome. I have my shields up. lol.
One further comment, if I may. I used to look at the long/short thing on clearstation, until I figured out it appears to be strangely skewed. My sense is that it represents the cummulative recommendations of people who frequent the site, but once people vote long, they never seem to come back and change it if they sell or go short. You just never seem to hear from them again. Check the dates on their recommendations. Some are very old.
Is this some kind of a joke? Is there some reason why you displayed Leap Wireless International, a wireless communications carrier from San Diego, California. LWIN is currently trading at $.40 and may get delisted if it does not move up. Besides, LWIN may be filing bankruptcy.
>>> Officials at Leap, a San Diego-based wireless operator, have said it is in violation of certain credit agreements and analysts fear it may file for bankruptcy. Leap declined to comment further on Lucent's current problems. Prudential Securities estimated the charge for the default will account for about half the quarter's expected loss, or $700 million. <<<