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[0]

No rules have fired. This indicates that the prior


signal and the current trend will continue in this
direction until the next signal is issued.
[1]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests the start of an
uptrend for this equity. The rate of change is
positive and continuing to climb which indicates
increasing strength. This is a bullish indicator
for a continuation in this market.
[2]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests the completion of
an uptrend. The rate of change is topping out and
starting to decline. In this market this is a
bearish indication that a reversal may occur soon.
[3]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that a cycle top is
forming for this equity. The rate of change is now
declining indicating distrubution is taking place.
This is a bearish reversal indication in this market.
[4]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests the start of a
downtrend for this equity. The rate of change is
negative and continuing to decrease which indicates
increasing downward force. This is a bearish indication
for a continuation of this move.
[5]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests the completion of a
downtrend. The rate of change is bottoming out and
shows signs of increasing. In this market this is a
bullish indication that a reversal may occur soon.
[6]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that a cycle bottom
is forming for this equity. The rate of change is
rising indicating that accumulation is now taking
place. This is a bullish reversal indication that
an uptrend may soon start.
[7]
The equity price has crossed and closed above the
intermediate term 7% exponentially smoothed average
price. This indicates a continuation of the current
price movement and is considered a weak bullish
signal which is sometimes followed by an upward
movement in prices.
[8]
The equity price has crossed and closed below the
intermediate term 7% exponentially smoothed average
price. This indicates a continuation of the current
price movement and is considered a weak bearish
signal which is sometimes followed by a downward
movement in prices.
[9]
The equity price has crossed and closed above the
long term 4% exponentially smoothed average price.

This indicates a continuation of the current price


movement and is considered a bullish signal which
is sometimes followed by an upward movement in the
price of the equity.
[10]
The equity price has crossed and closed below the
long term 4% exponentially smoothed average price.
This indicates a continuation of the current price
movement and is considered a bearish signal which
is sometimes followed by a downward movement in the
price of the equity.
[11]
The equity price has crossed and closed above the
short term 18% exponentially smoothed average
price. This indicates a continuation of the current
price movement but it is subject to whipsaws. This
is a weak bullish signal that could be followed by
an upward movement in the equity price.
[12]
The equity price has crossed and closed below the
short term 18% exponentially smoothed average
price. This indicates a continuation of the current
price movement but it is subject to whipsaws. This
is a weak bearish signal that could be followed by
a downward movement in the equity price.
[13]
Closing prices have been increasing for the last
three periods accompanied by increasing volume. This
is a bullish indication of price strength that is
often followed by further price increases. The
stronger the increase in volume, the stronger the
indication of further price increases.
[14]
Closing prices have been decreasing for the last
three periods accompanied by increasing volume. This
is a bearish indication of price weakness that is
often followed by further price decreases. The
stronger the increase in volume, the stronger the
indication of price weakness.
[15]
The 21 day stochastic has crossed the 20% line and
is increasing accompanied by increasing volume
accumulation. This is a strong bullish indication
that a price reversal to the upside is now taking
place. This type signal is often followed by
further upward price movements.
[16]
The 21 day stochastic has crossed the 80% line and
is decreasing accompanied by decreasing volume
accumulation. This is a strong bearish indication
that a price reversal to the downside is now taking
place. This type signal is often followed by
further downward price movements.
[17]
The closing equity price has reached a 21 day low
which is not confirmed by an equivalent low in On
Balance Volume. This is a bullish reversal that
indicates prices could turn shortly and start an
upward movement.
[18]

The closing equity price has reached a 21 day high


which is not confirmed by an equivalent high in
On Balance Volume. This is a bearish reversal that
indicates prices could turn shortly and start a
downward movement.
[19]
Today's prices for this equity show a gap in price
to the upside. This is often an indication of
strong buying pressure and is usually followed by
more upward price movements. This is especially
true if the current price is below the intermediate
term exponentially smoothed average price.
[20]
Today's prices for this equity show a gap in price
to the downside. This is often an indication of
strong selling pressure and is usually followed by
more downward price movements. This is especially
true when the current price is above the intermediate
term exponentially smoothed average price.
[21]
The closing equity price has reached a 21 day low
accompanied by a positive Volume Accumulation
Percentage. This is a bullish non-confirmation which
often indicates a price reversal to the upside.
The accumulation indicates that at these prices
demand exists which could cause a price increase.
[22]
The closing equity price has reached a 21 day high
accompanied by a negative Volume Accumulation
Percentage. This is a bearish non-confirmation which
often indicates a price reversal to the downside.
The distribution indicates that at this price level
supply is greater than demand.
[23]
The closing equity price has reached a 21 day low
accompanied by a positive Price Phase Indicator.
This is a bullish non-confirmation which often
indicates a price reversal to the upside.
[24]
The closing equity price has reached a 21 day high
accompanied by a negative Price Phase Indicator.
This is a bearish non-confirmation which often
indicates a price reversal to the downside.
[25]
The low equity price has reached a new six month
low which is not confirmed by an equivalent low in
On Balance Volume. This is a bullish reversal that
indicates prices could turn shortly and start an
upward movement.
[26]
The high equity price has reached a new six month
high which is not cofirmed by an equivalent high
in On Balance Volume. This is a bearish reversal
that indicates that prices could turn shortly and
start a downward movement.
[27]
On Balance Volume has reached a six month high
while equity price remains below its prior high.
This evidence of demand indicates a bullish continuation
in price movement to the upside.

[28]
On Balance Volume has reached a six month low
while equity price remains above its prior low.
This evidence of continued supply at these price
levels indicates a bearish continuation in the
price movement to the downside.
[29]
The Price Phase Indicator is moving to the upside.
This is a bullish continuation signal showing that
an uptrend is in place and that prices are more
likely to continue to the upside than they are
to drop.
[30]
The Price Phase Indicator is moving to the downside.
This is a bearish continuation signal
showing that a downtrend is in place and that
prices are more likely to continue to the downside
than they are to reverse and begin an upward movement.
[31]
The Money Flow Indicator has reveresed itself and is
now moving in a downward direction. This is a
bearish reversal indicating that money is moving
from this equity into others. This type of
reversal is often followed by a downward movement
in the equity price.
[32]
The Money Flow Indicator has reversed itself and is
now moving in an upward direction. This is a bullish
reversal indication that money is moving into
this equity. This type reversal is often followed
by an upward movement in the equity price.
[33]
The Money Flow RS Indicator has crossed the 20% line
and is moving to the upside. This is a bullish
reversal indicating that money is flowing into
this equity which is often followed by increases
in equity price.
[34]
The Money Flow RS Indicator has crossed the 80% line
and is moving to the downside. This is a bearish
reversal indicating that money is flowing out of
this equity which is often followed by decreases
in equity price.
[36]
The closing equity price is at a six month high
and todays volume is higher than average volume
for this equity. This is a bullish indication
that the uptrend will continue.
[37]
The closing price for this equity is at a six month
low and today's volume is higher than average. This
is a bearish indication that the current downtrend
will continue.
[100]
No rules have fired. This indicates that the prior
signal and the current market will continue in this
direction until the next signal is issued by the
AIQ TradingExpert.
[101]
Trend Status has changed to a weak upward trend.

This indicates that an upward trend has started and


may continue in this direction. This is a moderate
bullish signal.
[102]
Trend Status has changed to a strong upward trend.
This indicates that an upward trend has started and
may continue in this direction. This is a moderate
bullish signal.
[103]
Trend Status has changed to a weak downward trend.
This indicates that a downward trend has started
that may continue in this direction. This is a
moderate bearish signal.
[104]
Trend Status has changed to a strong down trend.
This indicates that a downward trend has started
that may continue in this direction. This is a
moderate bearish signal.
[105]
Closing prices on the market have increased for the
last three days accompanied by increasing volume.
This is a bullish signal indicating that the
current price movement could continue for the next
few days.
[106]
Closing prices on the market have increased for the
last three days accompanied by increasing volume.
This is a bullish signal in this weak uptrend indicating that the current price movement could
continue for the next few days.
[107]
Closing prices on the market have increased for the
last three days accompanied by increasing volume.
In this strong uptrend this is a bullish signal
indicating that the current price movement could
continue for the next few days.
[108]
Closing prices on the market have increased for the
last three days accompanied by increasing volume.
This is a bullish signal indicating that this
current price movement could continue for the next
few days. This is a stronger signal because of the
non-confirmation with the overall weak downtrend.
[109]
Closing prices on the market have decreased for the
last three days accompanied by increasing volume.
This is a bearish signal indicating that the
current downward price movement could continue for
next few days.
[110]
The market has closed above the 3.5% upper trading
band for the last four days. In a sideways market,
this is a strong bullish signal indicating that
the a new upward price movement could start at this
time.
[111]
The market has closed above the 3.5% upper trading
band for the last four days. In a weak market,
this is a strong bullish signal indicating that
the current upward price movement could continue.

[112]
The market has closed above the 3.5% upper trading
band for the last four days. In a strong market,
this is a strong bullish signal indicating that
the current upward price movement could continue.
[113]
The market has closed below the 3.5% lower trading
band for the last four days. In a weak down
market, this is taken as a weak bearish signal
indicating that the current downward price movement
could continue.
[114]
The market has closed below the 3.5% lower trading
band for the last four days. In a strong down
market, this is taken as a weak bearish signal
indicating that the current downward price
movement could continue.
[115]
The 21 day stochastic has advanced and crossed the
20% line. The price phase indicator is increasing.
In the current sideways market, this is a weak
bullish signal indicating a possible advance in the
near term.
[116]
The 21 day stochastic has advanced and crossed the
20% line. The price phase indicator is increasing.
In this weak uptrending market, this is a weak
bullish signal indicating a possible advance in the
near term.
[117]
The 21 day stochastic has advanced and crossed the
20% line. The price phase indicator is increasing.
In this strongly uptrending market, this is a weak
bullish signal indicating this advance will continue in the near term.
[118]
The 21 day stochastic has advanced and crossed the
20% line and the price phase indicator is also increasing. In this weakly downtrending market this
is taken as a strong bullish signal suggesting an
increase in prices.
[119]
The 21 day stochastic has advanced and crossed the
20% line and the price phase indicator is also increasing. In this strongly downtrending market
this is taken as a strong bullish signal suggesting
an increase in prices.
[120]
The 21 day stochastic has declined below the 80%
line. The price phase indicator is decreasing.
In the current sideways market, this is a weak
bearish signal indicating a possible decline in
short term price movements.
[121]
The 21 day stochastic has declined below the 80%
line. The price phase indicator is also decreasing.
In the current up trending market, this is a weak
bearish signal indicating a possible decline in the
near term.

[122]
The 21 day stochastic has declined below the 80%
line and the price phase indicator is decreasing.
In this strongly downtrending market this is an
indication that the downtrend will continue.
[123]
Volume accumulation percentage is increasing and
the 21 day stochastic has moved above the 20% line.
In this sideways market, this is taken as a weak
bullish signal that could be followed by an upward
price movement.
[124]
Volume accumulation percentage is increasing and
the 21 day stochastic has moved above the 20% line.
In this weak upward market, this is taken as a weak
bullish signal that could be followed by continued
upward price movements.
[125]
Volume accumulation percentage is increasing and
the 21 day stochastic has moved above the 20% line.
In this downtrending market, this is taken as a
strong bullish signal that could be followed by an
upward price movement.
[126]
Volume accumulation percentage is increasing and
the 21 day stochastic has moved above the 20% line.
In this downtrending market, this is taken as a
strong bullish signal that could be followed by an
upward price movement.
[127]
Volume accumulation percentage is decreasing and
the 21 day stochastic has moved below the 80% line.
In this downtrending market, this is taken as a
strong bearish signal that could be followed by a
downward price movement.
[128]
Volume accumulation percentage is decreasing and
the 21 day stochastic has moved below the 80% line.
In this strongly down market, this is taken as a
very strong bearish signal that could be followed
by a downward price movement.
[129]
The market closing average has exceeded the 21 day
exponentially smoothed average price. At the same
time, accumulation is increasing. In this sideways
market, this is taken as a weak bullish signal that
could be followed by further price increases.
[130]
The market closing average has exceeded the 21 day
exponentially smoothed average price. At the same
time, accumulation is increasing. In an uptrending
market, this is taken as a weak bullish signal that
could be followed by further price increases.
[131]
The market closing average has exceeded the 21 day
exponentially smoothed average price. At the same
time, accumulation is increasing. In an uptrending
market, this is taken as a weak bullish signal that
could be followed by further price increases.
[132]

The market closing average has exceeded the 21 day


exponentially smoothed average price. At the same
time, accumulation is increasing. In weak downtrend
market, this is taken as a bullish signal that
could be followed by a reverse in trend direction.
[133]
The market closing average has exceeded the 21 day
exponentially smoothed average price. At the same
time, accumulation is increasing in a strong down
market. This is taken as a bullish signal that
could be followed by a reverse in trend direction.
[134]
The market closing average has dropped below the 21
day exponentially smoothed average price. At the
same time, accumulation is decreasing. In this
sideways market, this is taken as a weak bearish
signal that could be followed by further decreases
in price.
[135]
The market closing average has dropped below the 21
day exponentially smoothed average price. At the
same time, accumulation is decreasing. In this
weak up market, this is taken as a weak bearish
signal that could be followed by a decrease in
price.
[136]
The market closing average has dropped below the 21
day exponentially smoothed average price. At the
same time, accumulation is decreasing. In this
upward market, this is taken as a weak bearish
signal that could be followed by a decrease in
price.
[137]
The market closing average has dropped below the 21
day exponentially smoothed average price. At the
same time, accumulation is decreasing. In this down
trending market, this is taken as a very bearish
signal that could be followed by further decreases
in price.
[138]
The market closing average has dropped below the 21
day exponentially smoothed average price. At the
same time, accumulation is decreasing. In this down
trending market, this is taken as a very bearish
signal that could be followed by further decreases
in price.
[139]
Intraday low prices of the market have declined to a
21 day low. In spite of this, the advance/decline
oscillator is positive. This unusual event is read
as a very strong bullish signal that is often
followed by an upward price movement.
[140]
Intraday high prices of the market have increased to
a 21 day high. Never the less, the advance/decline
oscillator is negative. This unusual event is read
as a very strong bearish signal that is often
followed by an downward price movement.
[141]
Intraday high prices of the market have increased to

a 21 day high. But the up/down volume oscillator


is negative. In this sideways market, this is
taken as strong bearish signal that is often
followed by downward price movement.
[142]
Intraday high prices of the market have increased to
a 21 day high. But the up/down volume oscillator
if negative. In this uptrending market, this is
taken as a strong bearish signal that is often
followed by downward price movements.
[143]
Intraday high prices of the market have increased to
a 21 day high. But the up/down volume oscillator
if negative. In this uptrending market, this is
taken as a very strong bearish signal that is often
followed by downward price movements.
[144]
The price phase indicator, the volume accumulation
percentage, and the advance/decline oscillator are
all decreasing. In this sideways market, this is a
bearish signal that could indicate a decrease in
prices in the short term.
[145]
The price phase indicator, the volume accumulation
percentage, and the advance/decline oscillator are
all decreasing. In a weak up market, this is a
bearish signal that could indicate a decrease in
prices in the short term.
[146]
Intraday low prices of the market have declined to a
21 day low. But the volume accumulation percentage
is positive. In this market, this is taken as a
weak bullish signal that could be followed by an
upward price movement.
[147]
Intraday high prices of the market have increased to
a 21 day high. But the volume accumulation percent
is negative. In this uptrending market, this
is taken as a bearish signal that could precede a
downward price movement.
[148]
Closing prices on the market have declined to a 21
day low but market breadth as measured by advances
and declines is increasing. A non-confirmation
in this market is a bullish signal indicating
a possible upward price movement.
[149]
Closing prices on the market have increased to a 21
day high but market breadth as measured by advances
and declines is declining. This non-confirmation
in a trading market is a weak bearish signal
indicating a possible downward price movement.
[150]
Closing prices on the market have declined to a 21
day low but breadth as measured by the advance/
decline oscillator is increasing. This nonconfirmation is a bullish signal indicating a
possible upward price movement.
[151]
The exponentially smoothed advance/decline line has

turned positive when the up/down volume oscillator


and the advance/decline oscillator are already
positive. In this market, this is viewed as a
bullish signal that could precede an upward price
movement.
[152]
The exponentially smoothed advance/decline line has
turned negative when the up/down volume oscillator
and the advance/decline oscillator are already
negative. In this market, this is viewed as a
bearish signal that could precede a downward price
movement.
[153]
The up/down volume oscillator has turned positive
when the advance/decline oscillator and the exponentially
smoothed advance/decline line are already
positive. In this market, this is viewed as a
bullish signal that could precede an upward price
movement.
[154]
The up/down volume oscillator has turned negative
when the exponentially smoothed advance/decline
line and the advance/decline oscillator are already
negative. In this market, this is viewed as a
bearish signal that could precede a downward price
movement.
[155]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned positive
when the up/down volume oscillator and the exponentially
smoothed advance/decline line are already
positive. In this market, this is viewed as a
bullish signal that could precede an upward price
movement.
[156]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned negative
when the up/down volume oscillator and the exponentially
smoothed advance/decline line are already
negative. In this market, this is viewed as a
bearish signal that could precede a downward price
movement.
[157]
The price phase indicator is negative but volume
accumulation has started to advance. This is a
non-conformation that, regardless of the type of
market, is a bullish signal which usually results
in an upward movement of the market.
[158]
The price phase indicator is positive but volume
distribution has started to advance. This is a
nonconformation that, regardless of the type of
market, is a bearish signal which usually results
in an downward movement of the market.
[159]
The Money Flow Indicator has reversed and is now
advancing. In this sideways market, this is read
as a bullish indication that the market could move
up from this point because of the inflow of funds.
[160]
The Money Flow Indicator has reversed and is now
advancing. In an uptrending market, this is read

as a bullish indication that the market could move


up from this point because of the inflow of funds.
[161]
The Money Flow Indicator has reversed and is now
advancing. In a strong up market, this is read
as a bullish indication that the market could continue up from this point because of this increased
inflow of funds.
[162]
The Money Flow Indicator has reversed and is now
advancing. In this downtrending market, this is
taken as a weak bullish signal that could indicate
an upward movement in the market averages.
[163]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that in this sideways market an uptrend is starting to form. This
is a bullish signal that could result in an upward
movement in the market averages.
[164]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that this strongly
uptrending market will continue. This is a strong
bullish signal that is usually followed by advancing prices.
[165]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that in this
strongly downtrending market an uptrend is starting
to form. This is taken as a strong bullish signal
that is usually followed by an upward movement in
prices.
[166]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that the current
downtrending market is forming a cycle bottom.
This is a strong bullish signal that is usually
followed by a movement to the upside.
[167]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that this strongly
downtrending market is forming a cycle bottom.
This is a strong bullish signal that is usually
followed by a reverse in prices to the upside.
[168]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that a cycle top is
forming. On Balance Volume is down over the last
six months. This is a strong bearish indication
that is usually followed by a downside reversal.
[169]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that a cycle top is
forming. On Balance Volume is down over the last
six months. This is a strong bearish indication
that is usually followed by a downside reversal.
[170]
Analysis of the rate of change of the exponentially
smoothed average price suggests that a downturn in
prices is in progress. On Balance Volume is down

over the last six months. This is a bearish signal


signal that is often followed by continued downward
price movements.
[171]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned positive
with volume accumulation already positive. In this
sideways market this is taken as a bullish signal
that prices could begin an upward movement from
this point.
[172]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned positive
with volume accumulation already positive. In this
weak upward market this is taken as a bullish
signal that prices could continue the upward movement from this point.
[173]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned positive
with volume accumulation already positive. In this
strong upward market this is taken as a bullish
signal that prices could continue the upward movement from this point.
[174]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned positive
with volume accumulation already positive. In this
strong downward trend this is read as a strong nonconfirmation of the current trend which could be
followed by a reverse in price direction to the
upside.
[175]
Volume accumulation has turned positive with the
advance/decline oscillator already positive. In a
sideways market this is read as a strong bullish
signal that could be followed by an upward price
movement.
[176]
Volume accumulation has turned positive with the
advance/decline oscillator already positive. In an
uptrending market this is read as a strong bullish
signal that could be followed by an upward price
movement.
[177]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned negative
with volume accumulation already negative. This is
a bearish signal in this sideways market that is
often followed by a decline in prices.
[178]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned negative
with volume accumulation already negative. This is
a bearish signal in this weak uptrending market
that is often followed by a decline in prices.
[179]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned negative
with volume accumulation already negative. This is
a bearish signal in this strongly uptrending market
that is often followed by a decline in prices.
[180]
The advance/decline oscillator has turned negative
with volume accumulation already negative. This is
a bearish continuation signal in this strongly
downtrending market that is often followed a cont-

nued decline in prices.


[181]
Volume accumulation has turned negative with the
advance/decline oscillator already negative. This
is a bearish signal in this sideways market that
is often followed a decline in prices.
[182]
Volume accumulation has turned negative with the
advance/decline oscillator already negative. This
is a bearish signal in this downtrending market
is often followed a decline in prices.
[183]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
upside. This is a reliable bullish signal that is
often followed by an upward movement in prices. In
this sideways market an uptrend could start
shortly.
[184]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
upside. This is a reliable bullish signal that is
often followed by an upward movement in prices. In
this weak uptrending market prices could continue
in this direction.
[185]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
upside. This is a reliable bullish signal that is
often followed by an upward movement in prices. In
this strong uptrending market prices could continue
in this direction.
[186]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
upside. This is a reliable bullish signal that is
often followed by an upward movement in prices. In
this weak downtrending market an uptrend could
start shortly.
[187]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
upside. This is a reliable bullish signal that is
often followed by an upward movement in prices. In
this strong downtrending market a reverse in trend
could start shortly.
[188]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
downside. This is a reliable bearish signal that
is often followed by an downward price movement. In
this sideways market a downtrend could start
shortly.
[189]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
downside. This is a reliable bearish signal that
is often followed by an downward price movement. In
this uptrending market a trend reversal could occur
in the near future.
[190]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
downside. This is a reliable bearish signal that
is often followed by an downward price movement. In
this uptrending market a trend reversal could occur
in the near future.
[191]

The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the


downside. This is a reliable bearish signal that
is often followed by an downward price movement. In
this market a continued downtrend can be expected.
[192]
The new high/new low indicator has reversed to the
downside. This is a reliable bearish signal that
is often followed by an downward price movement. In
this market a continued strong downtrend can be
expected.