The Opening Call
by Basil Chapman

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The Opening Call
by Basil Chapman

Basil Chapman's daily newsletter, The Opening Call, gives you Basil's daily market overview, with the direction of the key indices, selective stocks and commodities, based on his ChapmanWave methodology.

Basil Chapman will be giving a 2-series Webinar, Wed Aug 2nd and Wed Aug 16th, 2017 at 5-6:30pm.

'Can Sector Rotation Buoy the Market into 2018?'  

For 6-years, each time the market feels ready to have a sharp decline, formerly weak sectors rally to hold the market up. This happens as the strongest sectors take a well deserved timeout - we have recently seen that in the SMH- Semiconductor ETF, which is when formerly weak sectors bounce. As part of this rotational process, Basil will discuss and show charts and chart patterns of likely candidates to rally, and which should take a longer timeout.

Included will be the RTH- Retail ETF(Home Depot, Costco et al), as well as the auto companies (GM, Ford, Fiat-Chrysler, Ferrari) in the first Webinar.

The ETFs and stocks being followed will be analyzed daily in his newsletter The Opening Call, leading up to the second Webinar. There he will answer pertinent questions from subscribers as well as discuss and show the chart formations that have unfolded over each trading day over the past 2-weeks.

This 2-Webinar series will be free for Basil's The Opening Call subscribers and non-subscribers will also receive his daily newsletter for one month free as a trial subscription.

Sign up for a 30 day free trial to Basil's daily newsletter, The Opening Call, and gain access to his subscriber-only webinar on Wed Aug 2nd and Wed Aug 16th, 2017 at 5-6:30pm,  'Can Sector Rotation Buoy the Market into 2018?'



All subscriptions will be placed on Automatic Renewal so you'll never have to worry about missing out on any issues. Your subscription will automatically renew, using the credit card used during initial purchase, whenever it expires. So you don't need to worry that your subscription will lapse and you'll miss out on critical market information.

About the Author

As Editor of The Chapman Marketline and Trendswatch since 1984, Basil Chapman's service has been used by Fidelity's Technical Department, hedge funds, banks, money managers, and individual clients. Often quoted in Barron's MarketWatch section, as well as winning's "timing" competition, where his analysis has often been referenced, Basil has a history of significant market-trend calls.

While hand drawing charts from the late 1970s into the 1980s, he noticed that prices under most circumstances virtually always had a certain number of legs to the upside before declining sharply. Later he found that computer software, which included the standard market technical indicators, enhanced the degree of accuracy in calling price turns. As well as market trend calls.

Thus was born the ChapmanWave© Up/Down Sequence.

The ChapmanWave© Up/Down Sequence, is a technical method of identifying price trends, and internal strength or weakness. The basis for the waveform is the sequential, alphabetically notated, rising or falling peaks or troughs.

Primary technical tools are the MACD and the stochastics. Where needed, trendlines, channels, moving averages, Fibonacci levels, the ARMS Index, the tick, and volume, are utilized.

Because this methodology works in any given time frame, in both rising and falling trends, the expression, "The waveform that never sleeps," seems appropriate.