The Andrews Line by Ron Jaenisch
Here's a charting method to determine market trend and identify reversal
points to set up trading opportunities.
When Alan Hall Andrews taught investors how to use what is now referred to as the Andrews pitchfork
charting technique , he probably never envisioned that this aspect of his method would be found today in
many technical analysis computer programs. His goal, through his original 60-page course on the
action-reaction method, of which the pitchfork charting technique is part, was to teach how to make money by
forecasting markets. His course was a summary of what he theorized was the most effective technical analysis
To this day, little has been published on the action-reaction method. Most of the published work and concepts
that Alan Andrews developed and taught could only be found in his weekly course letters. Only a fraction of
the techniques that Andrews considered important were actually described in his course; the majority of the rules were explained, over the years, in his weekly course letters.