Dick Arms

 

Arms is a renowned stock market technician. He invented the Arms Index (often referred to as the TRIN), which has become a mainstay of market analysis, appearing daily in The Wall Street Journal and weekly in Barron's. Arms also developed the widely used technical method Equivolume Charting. Since 1996, Arms has been publishing the Arms Advisory newsletter for money managers and financial institutions. He also has authored five books, including Stop and Make Money: How to Profit in the Stock Market Using Volume and Stop Orders, Profits in Volume and Trading Without Fear, and has been honored with the Market Technicians' Award for Lifetime Contribution to Technical Analysis. Earlier in his career, he was a retail broker for 15 years at E.F. Hutton and, later, managed an institutional portfolio with assets of about $150 million.

Recent Articles By The Author

Little Reason to Buy, Plenty for Concern

Little Reason to Buy, Plenty for Concern

Light volume and small trading ranges indicate indecision and confusion.

If There's a Rally, It Won't Last Long

If There's a Rally, It Won't Last Long

Recent technical damage puts the continuity of post-election advance into question.

The Ride on This Slide Isn't Over

The Ride on This Slide Isn't Over

The support of the previous two weeks has been decisively broken.

The Eerie Resemblance Between Now and 1987

The Eerie Resemblance Between Now and 1987

Fearlessness has always led to corrections.

Market 'Disagreement' Becomes More Apparent

Market 'Disagreement' Becomes More Apparent

If the techs are breaking, look out.