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Thomas Bulkowski’s successful investment activities allowed him to retire at age 36. He is an internationally known author and trader with 30+ years of stock market experience and widely regarded as a leading expert on chart patterns. He may be reached at

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Chart Patterns: After the Buy
Getting Started in Chart Patterns, Second Edition book.
Trading Basics: Evolution of a Trader book.
Fundamental Analysis and Position Trading: Evolution of a Trader book.
Swing and Day Trading: Evolution of a Trader book.
Visual Guide to Chart Patterns book.
Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns 2nd Edition book.

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Industrials (^DJI):
Transports (^DJT):
Utilities (^DJU):
Nasdaq (^IXIC):
S&P500 (^GSPC):
As of 06/18/2018
24,987 -103.01 -0.4%
11,050 -24.14 -0.2%
681 2.25 0.3%
7,747 0.65 0.0%
2,774 -5.91 -0.2%
Tom's Targets    Overview: 06/14/2018
25,750 or 24,500 by 07/01/2018
11,350 or 10,600 by 07/01/2018
695 or 645 by 07/01/2018
8,000 or 7,500 by 07/01/2018
2,850 or 2,700 by 07/01/2018

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Traffic Statistics for

In 2017, people from 222 countries or territories accessed

Here is the growth of over time. All of the following has occurred by word of mouth since I have never advertised nor aggressively promoted the site.

Number of
PagesAverage Stay
Inception November 2006, year end totals: 4,110  7,361  49,746  592 
First full year: 2007 year end totals 73,788  131,403  732,296  454 
2008 year end totals 171,773  392,227  1,613,834  385 
2009 year end totals 288,461  728,257  4,308,263  371 
2010 year end totals 366,213  932,172  3,730,844  351 
2011 year end totals 392,437  921,022  3,910,914  320 
2012 year end totals 434,143  925,987  3,288,781  312 
2013 year end totals 531,300  1,158,375  3,653,828  312 
2014 year end totals 534,504  1,194,843  3,852,090  311 
2015 year end totals 523,805  1,236,814  3,902,467  367 
2016 year end totals 550,101  1,230,889  3,920,343  306 
2017 year end totals 612,531  1,212,833  4,090,072  310 
2018 year end totals** 353,033  633,092  2,024,455  267 
Best Month: January 2018* 70,631  127,956  381,494  290 


Table Notes

* As of May 2018, ranked by unique visitors.
** As of June 18, 2018

The following definitions are provided by AWStats which created the above statistics.

The above totals are for "viewed traffic" which does not include robots, worms or replies with special HTTP status codes.

Unique Visitor
This is just as it sounds but is tracked by IP address, so multiple users from the same IP address will only count as 1 unique visitor.
Number of Visits
A total of the visits or sessions for all visitors.
A count of the number of HTML pages viewed by all visitors. This does not include images or other files such as css.
Session Duration
The average length of each visit, in seconds, if it can be calculated.

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