Pure Technical Analysis of Exxon Mobil
Part1: An Independent View of the Analysis
This look at Exxon Mobil begins with a Classical Time Series Analysis of the historical stock prices, providing a vantage point over patterns that will be explored in greater detail in the following chapters. See XOM Classical Analysis.
Risks associated with short and long period price changes can be understood through Volatility Analysis. Here the impact of the Volatility Curve on the potential profitability positions across different time spans is shown. See Exxon Mobil Price Volatility.
Historical Volume Trends are analyzed here, revealing seasonal patterns and the influence of the Business Cycle. See XOM Historical Volume.
The Traditional Seasonal Analysis of Price Trends can still yield valuable predictive information. See XOM Seasonal Trends.
Moving Averages of various flavours are popular indicators. Here we test the predictive ability of different averages as applied to prediction of Exxon Mobil prices. See Running Averages.
Part 2: Analysis
Technical Oscillators are compared to test their power as buy or sell signals for speculating in XOM stock. We conduct an extensive investigation of the popular "RSI" of Welles Wilder and some of its variations. See Technical Oscillators
A different type of Seasonal Analysis is applied to XOM historical prices. Here the 24 month, November based Political Calendar is the basis for non-standard Seasonal Analysis. See Politics and Prices of XOM.
A sophisticated method associates price levels with historical volumes. Such semi-abstract concepts as Support and Resistance may then be defined with mathematical precision. See Volumetric Analysis
A view of Momentum Analysis that takes Volume into account as well as Price. See Momentum Investing Indicators.
The mood of the market toward Exxon Mobil show up in the Daily Closing Altitude and other Sentiment Indicators. See Market Sentiment.
This section visualizes mappings based on the number of consecutive price movements in a particular direction. A discussion of the "Monte Carlo Fallacy" and it's relevance to Stock Price Prediction leads to a revisionist method of Price Projection using the Bernoulli Analysis. See Bernoulli Analysis of Exxon Mobil
Japanese Candlesticks have a long history, but continue to be used because some of their best concepts are based on universal Investor Psychology. See Candlestick Analysis.
Multi-spectral analysis reveals behavioral features of XOM prices that may not be apparent to ordinary analysis. See Multi-Spectral Analysis.
Combining the historical behavior surfaces with the geometry of long standing periodic price oscillations yields a behavior surface of more than three dimensions which has an extremely low residual error compared to other methods of analysis. See Price Behavior Surfaces.
Part 3: Synthesis and Projections for the Future
Predictions and Forecasts. What will happen to XOM over the next few months? See XOM Price Predictions.