Measuring Momentum in Financial Markets
The Energy Model is a unique measurement of the relative strength or weakness exist in the bullish, or long-side of market price activity.
Or, more simply put, the model is measuring how much "energy" is behind the "bulls" in a market (vs the "bears", or the short-side).
Each market is a reflection of push-and-pull forces and when the long-side loses energy, the momentum shifts to the short-side.
Those familiar with stochastic studies, the Energy Model can serve as an additional indicator of when a market may entering over-bought or over-sold conditions.
Also see the Global Market Watch, Indicating Ranges, The Reversal System and Timing Arrays, along with price charts and various standard technical studies found within the Socrates Platform and available for research.