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Markets Don't Trend, They Burst by K.D. Angle

  • Stock Market Déjà Vu? by K.D. Angle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...The more things change, the more they remain the same. This money manager compares today's economic situation with the 1920s and finds some interesting parallels. As computers continue to dictate many of the trading decisions of the 1990s in both the stock and futures markets, fundamental economic data appears to have less and less relevance in the daily heat of market trading. However, when you step back and take a look at the big picture, it makes more sense to examine some of the economic factors that contribute to a market psychology, for, in spite of technical analysis, there is a psych...

  • Evaluating Performance by K.D. Angle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...MONEY MANAGEMENT Evaluating Performance When you're taking a look at records of trading systems and money managers for consistent performance, here are some things to look for. By K.D. Angle Knowing what to look for in the performance characteristics of any trading system or management program is vital for anyone interested in the markets. I have been involved in developing trading strategies for the past 15 years, and I have come up with some standards with which to measure performance either in research on historical price data or in real-time application. I began by examining the perform...

  • Three Myths About Trading A Small Commodity Account by K.D. Angle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Three Myths About Trading A Small Commodity Account by K.D. Angle The New Timing Device editor Kelly Angle disputes some common notions about trading commodities if you have a small commodity account. What are they? In talking with thousands of clients and traders in nearly a decade of operating as a professional in the futures industry, small traders have told me many times that their long-term goal is to eventually leave their current occupation in exchange for a life of wealth and independence supported solely by successfully trading their own futures account. What is the probability of ...

  • Seasonal Tendencies For Range Expansion by K.D. Angle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Seasonal Tendencies For Range Expansion by K.D. Angle This STOCKS & COMMODITIES contributor identifies the seasonal tendency of the commodity markets on a monthly basis and then compares the commodity market performance to a commodity fund manager's performance index. Is there any way to determine if there is an ideal time to start a trading program? The quick answer is no. Chance plays a much greater role in the near term and is a much smaller factor in the long term. But because it is impossible to predict what the markets will do in the future, it is also impossible to establish a trading...

  • Asset Allocation: Stocks, Bonds, Futures by K.D. Angle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Asset Allocation: Stocks, Bonds, Futures by K.D. Angle Investment survival depends on an investor's ability to adapt to the market. Is it possible to develop a strategy that performs under all conditions, whether inflation or deflation, recession or prosperity? K.D. Angle, futures portfolio manager and publisher of ""The Timing Device"" newsletter, says yes in this, his first STOCKS & COMMODITIES appearance. Take a look. Is it possible to develop an investment strategy that would perform under all economic conditions? After all, I reasoned, there are times when major investment vehicles wo...







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