John Gray

John Gray grew up with Point & Figure analysis. Learning from his father, Lee, who was A W Cohen’s business partner for more than 20 years, he has charted stocks and commodities for almost 45 years. After attending Bennington College and Aarhus University in Denmark, John began working full time at Chartcraft in 1979, apprenticing under AW Cohen to refine his technique from the originator of the Chartcraft method. Since AW Cohen’s death in the early 1980s, John has worked side by side with Michael Burke.

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First American Financial Corporation (FAF)

First American Financial Corporation (FAF) From Investors Intelligence Insurer First American (FAF) rose 3.1% Friday following results. That was enough to reverse the chart up and print a P&F buy signal. The P&F relative chart maintains a long-term uptrend. John Gray, Investors Intelligence, www.investorsintelligence.com, 914-632-0422, February 2016...
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Sideways, but Accumulation Rises

Last week saw buying climaxes at 41 with selling climaxes at 46. Fairly subdued levels as the range-bound action on the indices continues. Buying climaxes were greatest among Health Care (4), Banks (3), Media (3), Biomedics (2), Buildings (2), Retailing (2),...
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3M (MMM)

3M Company operates as a diversified technology company worldwide. Its Industrial segment offers tapes; coated, nonwoven, and bonded abrasives; adhesives; ceramics; sealants; specialty materials; filtration products; closure systems for personal hygiene products; acoustic systems; automotive components; abrasion-resistant films; structural adhesives and paint finishing detailing...
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Market View

The market uptrend holds but the current rally is showing some signs of maturing, with nearly all averages holding at just-achieved record highs. Indicator charts remain bullish but also show movement to their prior overbought top levels. That points to increased risk. While conditions...
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