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  • Interview: Market Data Insights With John Ehlers

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...John F. Ehlers is a market technician with a specialty in the study of market data and cycles, as well as using that data more effectively to develop trading strategies. In the early 1980s, around the same time this magazine was launched, he was pioneering new ways to accurately measure market cycles using engineering techniques discovered during his time as a Senior Engineering Fellow with Raytheon and during his work on various special projects including SkyLab...

  • Interview: A Technical Narrative With Mark Newton

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Mark L. Newton has more than 25 years of buy-side and sell-side experience in financial services. Before moving to the New York City area in 2004, he traded equity options as a market maker and floor trader at the CBOE, and worked in risk management. He is a member of the CMT Association (formerly Market Technicians Association), and is a former member of the CBOE, CBOT, and PHLX exchanges. He obtained the CMT (Chartered Market Technician) designation in 2002. In 2016, he founded an advisory firm, Newton Advisors LLC (, which offers a consulting and web subscription service t...

  • Interview: Following The Trend With Perry Kaufman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Perry J. Kaufman has been involved in trading, research, and advisory functions at commercial banks, securities houses, central banks, and hedge funds since 1971. His current area of specialty is the design of trading systems, algorithms, and indexes. S&C contributor Karl Montevirgen spoke with him to focus on price and momentum divergence, and how traders can exploit changes in the markets that have occurred over the past two decades...

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    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Every era, when in full swing, is defined not only by its innovations, technologies, and productive output, but also by its forms of decadence...

  • Use Seasonality To Optimize Algorithmic Strategies

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...It's not uncommon for markets to trend based on seasonal patterns. So when your system doesn't seem to be giving you the returns you were hoping for, it may help to turn to seasonality analysis to try and optimize your trading system...

  • Seasonality Pivot Points

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Markets, some more than others, are impacted by seasonal tendencies such as production schedules, weather, and supply/demand conditions. A deeper analysis into these seasonal patterns can help reveal the reality behind price movements and could help in your strategy development. Here's how...

  • Exploiting Guts, Risk, And Decay

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Risk is a necessary part of the trading game. Here's one strategy that could work for you if you have the experience, the capital, and the willingness to take on higher risk...

  • Calculating Pip Values

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Does it make a difference if your domestic currency is the first currency or second currency? It sure does, and it affects how the currency is valued. Here are some different scenarios you can encounter and how you can calculate the pip values in each of these situations....

  • Position Sizing In The Spot Forex Markets

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Wouldn't you like to know exactly how much you are risking before you enter a trade? Find out how to do just that before placing your next trade....

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