Despite the market dropping, there are still signs of positive momentum. Here's what the DOW daily and weekly charts tell us now.

Based on our DOW chart analysis last week, it seemed likely to dip below its Ichimoku Cloud. Here's what happened since, and what to look for now.

What the DOW chart is telling us including daily chart analysis, resistance and support levels, and patterns.

We focus on the 5-year weekly chart for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). Here's what it's telling us through our Dow Jones chart analysis.

Stock chart tutorial: Identifying BUY signals. In today's lesson, we use the TSX composite index to show you how to identify BUY signals using stock charts.

Short selling reveled: An in-depth look at how short selling really works and how short sellers use regulation to beat the system.

When you have looked at enough charts over a very long time – sometimes you notice the obvious, and sometimes you do not. The weekly chart for the Dow tells us that we are witnessing something truly unusual – a strong, broad-based decline across many different sectors of the market that lacks volume confirmation.

There seems to be “unnecessary pressure” being applied to gold stocks, despite the rise in price of gold itself. We take a closer look at the comparison of gold vs. gold stocks in these charts.

The stock market is rigged in favour of the rich. But that doesn't mean you have to be on the losing end. Here's a teaser on what's to come in 2020.

Canada's equities market is like any other exchange in the world. It consists of buyers and sellers that exchange goods - in the case of the stock market, securities. But unlike many other places, Canada is at a major disadvantage. Here's a look at why Canada's stock market is failing.

While every one talks about Brexit, the Fed, and Hilary vs. Trump, governments around the world are quietly experimenting with this. And these experiments could affect your kids, and future generations.

"The Lean Startup" author Eric Ries and his team are in early talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission to build a new, "long-term" stock exchange. Bloomberg's Ellen Huet discusses the plan with Bloomberg's David Gura and Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."