Can someone help me understand this indicator please? In Stan's Weinstein's book he suggests that this indicator should decline before the overall market declines. Conversely, It will ascend before the overall market does.
I am current comparing the #XAOAD (All Ords Cumulative...
I have attached a graph of the All Ords index - with the bottoms of Nov 1987 (orange line) aligned with post-2007 (ie Feb 2009) aligned. It's remarkable the pattern we see of the index post these two bottoms and how similar they are. The major exception being early 2012 (which is...
I've seen the news where they show you the all ords and currency rates etc etc but I never paid attention to it.
What is all ords and what does it mean when it goes up and down on the charts? How does it affect your investment/shares?
On the chart there are bottom numbers of 10, 12, 14, 16...
Every year I work the percentage gain or loss for the year on the final day of trading.
This year the ALL ORDS closed down 15%.
We are down a whopping 40% since our highs in October 2007 some 4 years ago.:eek:
Worst of all, the ALL ORDS hit 4111 back in Jan 2005, so for 7 years we have...
Ok here is my dumb question for the week, lol. I'm just doing my own research into things at the moment.
Is it a co-incidence that the all ords(xao) and FTSE 100 basically look identical in chart format? That is, the same basic curves up and down on both graphs look essentially the same over...
Im using Commsec Protrader program, how can I view the All Ords Chart Live? I have tried opening a chart called "ASX" but it doesnt seem like the All Ords movement for the day
The Commsec website homepage has a graph, but it is always stuck and doesnt update that often.
Hi folks, I'm after the annual returns of the major indicies, even the major overseas inidicies if possible. I've tried searching but I've come up blank. Most of the results I've found are post 1987, no surprises there really, but I'd like to look at the results before then as well.
Wow. All Ords just opened DOWN 24 pts.
Was a time when the AO almost religously followed the DJIA. But lately it is all over the shop. More often than not the past few weeks, it has opposed the DJIA (ie: when Dow is down, we are slightly up or when Dow is up, we go down!)
Anyone hazard a...