Stocks & Commodities V. 25:2 (10-13): Letters To S&C by Technical Analysis, Inc.
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I just read “Searching For (Trading) Certainty” by Aaron Lynch (December 2006 S&C) and would like to know
how to reconstruct the chart in Figure 2, “Filtering for noise.” Can you help?
Kansas City, MO
This type of chart is known as a kagi chart, and several software packages offer it as a charting type. (The more
typical options for charts are line, bar, or candlesticks.) The chart in Figure 2 was created using ProfitSource.com. —Editor