Resistance Level Analysis of DLTR

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This page contains color spectrograms derived from the analysis of the price behavior of DLTR stock. The aim of this analysis is to produce a visualization of the technical factors that might cause the price behavior to deviate from the current trend.

Just as the surface of a planet may appear differently at different wavelengths, features of the abstract surfaces visualized here will vary according to the analysis. In this multi-spectral analysis, the spectrum colors represent different methods of Technical Analysis rather than freqencies of light. Vertical bands and horizontal strata are colored to represent significant features.

DLTR:  Volumetric Mapping

Volumetric visualization is based on the total cumulative volume accumulated at each price level. Price change is ignored, except that Volume accumulated on a falling market is tinted red.

For an animated view of this surface click here.

The darkest layers are the price levels that possess the greatest Volumetric Turbulence, which may hinder, accelerate, or reverse the price trend according to conditions.

Float the cursor over the graph to see a different background, based on the so-called secular surface.




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 Volumetric Support and Resistance of Dollar Tree, Inc.
Volumetric Analysis also produced the backdrop for this detail showing recent DLTR stock prices. The Volumetric Analysis give some insight into the possible state of the specialist's order books, based on knowledge of the number of shares available at various break-even price points of the investors in the market. Trend Reversal Analysis is independent of the transaction volume, in fact, it is independent of any factor other than actual price change. Move the cursor over the graph to overlay a Trend Reversal surface.








NeoGranvillian Mapping

DLTR:   NeoGranvillian Mapping

Density represents the price change that has taken place at a high volume. Red tinted horizontal strata are associated with high selling volume, while the cooler colors show high volume on a rising market.

When vertical stripes appear up and down the graph, it indicates a significant change in the volume balance. This may indicate (or confirm) a change in the direction of the trend.





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Visualization of NeoLefevrian Resistance

DLTR:  NeoLefevrian Mapping

The analysis behind this mapping is represents the opposite of the Granvillian viewpoint. Here, the darkest strata represent large price movements with the lowest volume. This reveals patterns of accumulation or distribution by insiders or others.

Horizontal strata that change color or disappear may indicate changes in positions held by insiders.





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Dollar Tree, Inc.














Price Velocity Mapping

DLTR:  Price Velocity Mapping

Price velocity determines the density of the strata here.

Darker areas may signify transport zones, where stock prices change rapidly.





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Dollar Tree, Inc.














Secular Mapping

Secular Mapping of Dollar Tree, Inc.

A mapping that ignores both volume and the velocity of price change is shown here. Density in the Secular mapping is no more than an indication of the amount of time the price stayed in each price range.

Most often the Secular surface is used as a comparison background to judge the significance of features seen on other mappings.





DLTR




Dollar Tree, Inc.














Trend Reversal Spectrum

Trend reversal layers of Dollar Tree, Inc.

Reversals happen during sessions when the direction of price change is switched. Denser layers here indicate the price levels when reversals have happened.

Positve reversals cause blue tint, while price ranges where reversal have been predominately negative are tinted red.





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Dollar Tree, Inc.














Blended Granville-Livermore Map

DLTR:  Blended Granville-Livermore Mapping

This surface emerges from the blending of two contrary Market Models. These are based on the opposing viewpoints of Livermore-Lefevre on one hand, and Joseph Granville on the other.

Look for vertical banding, signifying large volume shifts in the market in the Granvillian model. Abrupt changes in the color of dense narrow horizontal strata may show insider manipulation as described by Jessie Livermore.





DLTR




Dollar Tree, Inc.














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