Predictions for GE Stock Prices
Chapter XVI: Predictions and Forecasts. What will happen to GE over the next few months?
This plot shows recent signals and predictions from several XML sources in relation to recent prices. |
On the left, the vertical red and green bars mark conventional technical signals. The impact of these signals is short-term, so they may only effect prices for a day or two. The longer-term target prices are the short red horizontal bars on the extreme right. The shaded green circles depict the probability densities of response surface forecasts. These are designed so that there is a 95 percent confidence that the price will touch the light green area and a 67 percent confidence that the priceline will touch the inner dark green region. Horizontal lower boundaries of conventional forecasts (floor prices) are green, and orange horizontal bars show ceiling prices. If the path to a target price crosses against a floor or ceiling, the resistance may prevent the target from being reached.
More than 70 Hi-Rez charts daily for General Electric:
Target Scoring GE
| Pct. Targets Above Base:||Avg. Target Price||Avg. Appreciation|
|Simple Forecasts||77.78 %||16.78||2.60 %|
|Response Predictions||100.00 %||16.90||3.36 %|
Table of Predictions for GE
Some Recent Technical Signals from GE
A recent interesting signal was the CalibratedWilderRSIBiWeeklyModal seen on Thursday, November 04, 2010.
Past predictions are combined on this illustration to show how they relate to the actual prices that occurred. |
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|Above: Illustration from Chapter 6: A calibrated version of the Wilder RSI Indicator reached a sell signal level on Thursday, November 04, 2010.|
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Price Behavior Surfaces are a way to visualize the forces that act upon the price through time. The illustration above shows the surface for General Electric from two different angles.These surfaces illustrate the imbalance between competing forces of fear and greed and the effect that they exert on the direction of the price line.|
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