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  • Risk-Adjusted Return by MH Pee

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:9 (62-66): Risk-Adjusted Return by MH Pee Comparing two different trading strategies can be a challenge. Here's a technique that does it. How do you compare stock trading without using leverage and trading something like futures, which does involve leverage? You could do two things. First, you can make both portfolios assume the same amount of risk by adjusting the account size for each portfolio. The larger the account size, the smaller is the risk. If both portfolios have the same risk, then the one with the larger return is better. Second, you can vary the accou...

  • Sidebar: Phase Change Index by M.H. Pee

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:5 (34-35): Sidebar: Excel codes for PCI by M.H. Pee EXCEL CODES FOR PCI In this section, I will provide the Excel codes for the 35-day PCI. Sidebar Figure 1 (following page) shows all the required calculations for the 35-day PCI on the euro between January 2, 2002, and April 12, 2002, inclusively. The data is represented in continuous contract format. The date, open, high, low, and close are entered into columns A, B, C, D, and E, respectively. The date is represented using eight digits, with the first four representing the year, the next two the month, and the last...

Phase Change Index by M.H. Pee

  • Trend Trigger Factor by M.H. Pee

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:12 (28-36): Trend Trigger Factor by M.H. Pee Whether you're trading short term or long term, the only way to make money in the market is to position yourself in the direction of the trend. The markets are mostly random, but they do have a small trend component. It is this trend component that you should take advantage of if you want to make money in the markets. I don't mean you should buy at the bottom of a trend and sell at the top by predicting exactly when it will start and when it will end. What you should do is follow the trend and ride it along until you see...

  • Sidebar: Excel codes for trend trigger factor by M.H. Pee

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:12 (28-36): Sidebar: Excel codes for trend trigger factor by M.H. Pee EXCEL CODES FOR TREND TRIGGER FACTOR The Excel spreadsheet in sidebar Figure 1 shows all the required calculations for the 15-day trend trigger factor (TTF) on the euro between October 1, 2002, and January 15, 2003, inclusively. The data is represented in continuous contract format. The date, open, high, low, and close goes into column A, B, C, D, and E, respectively. The date is represented using eight digits, with the first four representing the year, the next two the month, and the last two th...

  • Trend Continuation Factor by M.H. Pee

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Trend Continuation Factor by M.H. Pee Yes, trends are important: They help you make money and they help you recover your losses. Because trends are an important component of the market, it is imperative you can detect them. However, it's not enough to just identify a trend. It's also crucial to be able to tell the direction of the current trend. Although trends can make you the most money in the shortest time when you are in sync with them, they can also cause you to sustain heavy losses if your position is in the opposite direction. To avoid getting caught in such a situation, I created the...

Trend Intensity Index by M.H. Pee

  • Trend Detection Index by M.H. Pee

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Trend Detection Index by M.H. Pee Can you tell when a trend's begun and when it's ended? You can with this. The trend detection index (TDI) is used to detect when a trend has begun and when it has come to an end. The TDI can be used as a stand-alone indicator or combined with others; it will perform well in detecting the beginning of trends. However, this does not mean its signals are totally accurate. Protective stops as well as trailing stops must be incorporated to produce a complete mechanical system. These stops are required to protect against large losses when the indicator generates a...







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