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About Rob Hanna

Rob Hanna is a full-time market professional. He has served as president of Hanna Capital Management, LLC since 2001. From 2003 to 2007 his column “Rob Hanna’s Putting It All Together” could be found twice a week on TradingMarkets.com.

In January of 2008 Rob began Quantifiable EdgesQuantifiable Edges. The blog and subscriber letters focus on assessing market action through indicators and history. Rob looks at price, volume, breadth and sentiment indicators. Some are well known and publicly available and others are proprietary. The frequent market studies he publishes in both his blog and newsletters help to provide a foundation for his market analysis and trading bias.

In August of 2012 Rob began Overnight Edges, the first quantitatively-oriented site dedicated entirely to taking advantage of overnight market movements.

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Here are my most recent posts

What Thursday’s Unfilled Gap Down & Poor Close Suggest For The Next 2 Weeks

The study below is one that I have shown before, but not for a while.  It looks at days like Thursday where SPY posts an unfilled gap down that closes poorly while the market is in ...

Recording of Quantifiable Edges MTA Webinar

My posting schedule will get back to normal soon, but if you cannot wait that long for some Quantifiable Edges research, below is a link to an MTA webinar I recently did.  This one ...

The 3-Day Pattern That Suggests A Bearish Edge For Today

The last 3 days have created an interesting setup.  Thursday SPY made a new 50-day closing high.  Friday SPY posted an inside day.  And then Monday was another 50-day closing high. ...

This Setup Suggests More Upside In The Next Few Days

Thursday marked the 2nd day in a row that SPY posted an unfilled gap up.  It also closed at a 50-day high.  The unfilled up-gaps are considered a sign of strength.  Unfilled up gaps ...

Sometimes Overbought Suggests More Strength

When the market begins to get overbought it will often suggest a pullback is likely.  When overbought gets powered through then odds will sometimes shift from a pullback to a continuation ...

Why The Strong Breadth The Last 3 Days Should Be Viewed Positively By Bulls

Thursday was the 3rd day in a row that there was a very high percentage of advancing issues versus declining issues on the NYSE.  In the past, 3 days of such strong breadth has led ...

Why Friday’s Weak Bounce Was Not Encouraging

The first day of a bounce from an oversold condition can often provide strong hints about how the next several days are likely to perform. Weak bounces like we saw on Friday tend to ...

SPX Performance After Strong Drops Through The 50-Day Moving Average

Thursday’s big drop moved the SPX strongly down through its 50-day moving average.  And it did so with both breadth and volume providing exclamation marks.  Such breaks of highly ...

Fed Day Preparation and a Webinar Reminder

The blog has been a little slow lately, but I will be back at it hard soon.  A couple of notes for today: First, I am giving a presentation as part of Tradestation’s free educational ...

Has The Strong Bounce Worked Off The Upside Edge?

After being strongly oversold the market has bounced back quite nicely the last 1½  days.  The effect has basically been to work off the oversold condition and leave several indices ...