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Table of Contents
Volume I: Traditional Analysis of CREE:
This look at Cree, Inc. 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 CREE 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 CREE Volatility Risk.
Historical Volume Trends are analyzed here, revealing seasonal patterns and the influence of the Business Cycle. See CREE Historical Volume.
A look at Traditional Seasonal Analysis of Cree, Inc. Historical Prices identifies the best and worst months to be invested. See CREE Calendar Year Trends.
Moving Averages of various flavours are popular indicators. Here we test the predictive ability of different averages as applied to prediction of Cree, Inc. prices. See Average Indicators.
Volume II: Modern Technical Analysis:
Some say that modern analysis began with the successful identification of technical oscillators such as the highly effective Wilder RSI. See Technical Oscillators.
A different type of Seasonal Analysis is applied to CREE historical prices. Here the 24 month, November based Political Calendar is the basis for non-standard Seasonal Analysis. See Politics and Prices of CREE.
Volume Stratification Analysis tracks the volumes associated with price levels over the entire history of a stock. The resulting analysis yields a framework for understanding the mechanism behind support and resistance levels, and a scientific basis for predicting price behaviors due to those levels. See Volumetric Analysis.
A view of Momentum Analysis that takes Volume into account as well as Price. See Momentum Investing Indicators.
Technical Analysis discovers the range of moods of investors toward CREE. 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 Run Analysis.
The traditional techniques of Candlestick Analysis may seem fanciful, but certain aspects are firmly grounded in the science of Investor Psychology. See Japanese Candlesticks.
Volume III: Advanced Price Behavior Visualization:
Ordinary analysis does not show the features of the behavioral history underneath the price volume line. Here multi-spectral analysis brings the hidden features to the surface. See Support and Resistance.
The combination of multi-spectral and mult-dimensional analysis of Cree, Inc. historical trends, yields a rich set of behavioral surfaces. See Price Behavior Surfaces.
Here we look at periodic frequency and waveform characteristics of the CREE historical price series. Classical techniques such as the Fourier Transform and newer digital filtering techniques contribute to this analysis. See Frequency and Waveform Analysis.
Forecasts are gathered from several sources to predict future price movements. See CREE Price Predictions.
Volume IV: Final Results and Trading Strategy:
This chapter rates some "single company strategies" for Cree, Inc. speculators. One of the most important aspects of a good money management strategy is the proper setting of stop loss orders. See Single Company Strategies.
The trading policies that work well when applied to speculation in any one companies stock may fall short when applied to the more usual situation where a person is speculating on a basket or portfolio of companies. Here we find the best muti-company portfolio trading policies. See CREE Multi-Company Strategies .
The statistical abstract for Cree, Inc. gathers the most relevant analysis into a single chapter. See CREE Final Results .
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