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Article Archive For Rudy Teseo

  • Ichimoku Charts

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Some indicators may appear to be more complicated than they really are. Here, we dissect ichimoku charts and take the mystery out of them...

  • Getting Expert Advice

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Do you do a better job of chart analysis than your program's expert advisor? Try this test...

  • Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad VIX?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...The markets are driven by fear and greed. When have these emotions reached an extreme? The VIX may have the answer ...

  • The EZ Guide To Selecting ETFs

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Decisions, decisions, decisions - the best ones are based on knowledge ...

  • Getting Started In Currency Trading

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Do you think currency trading is too complicated or only for millionaires? It's not ...

  • Aroon Points The Way

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Don't let the intimidating look of this indicator keep you from exploring its capabilities ...

  • Interdependent Economic Factors And Forex

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Business cycles, asset allocation, economic indicators, and forex are intertwined in ways you can only begin to imagine ...

  • Interdependent Economic Factors And Forex

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Business cycles, asset allocation, economic indicators, and forex are intertwined in ways you can only begin to imagine ...

  • Why So Many Moving Averages?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...So many to choose from...so little time ...

  • Beat The Business Cycle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Intermarket analysis has been around for a while, and bears occasional review ...

Working Money: Pivot Points, Stop-Losses, & Buy-Stops by Rudy Teseo

  • Step-By-Step System Design

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...You can design your own trading system — here's how ...

  • Pivot Points, Stop Losses, & Buy-Stops

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...They go together like mini-wheats, milk, and bananas ...

Working Money: Step-By-Step System Design by Rudy Teseo

Working Money: Forex Risk Management by Rudy Teseo

  • Bull Call vs. Bull Put Spread (CME#9)

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Is a credit spread a better strategy than a debit spread just by reason of the credit?...

  • Using Cycles Data

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...If "what goes up must come down" is true, then there must be a way to use that information. Here's how ...

  • Forex Risk Management

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...It's not how much you make, but how much you don't lose!...

  • Forex Options: Are They Really Exotic?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Any similarity to actual security options is not coincidental .....

Forex, Anyone? by Rudy Teseo

  • Color The Doji Amber

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...In candlesticks or bar charts, the Japanese have a saying: "When you see a doji, take notice."...

Point & Figure Moving Averages

Fundamental Analysis 101 by Rudy Teseo

  • Fundamental Analysis 101

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Like love and marriage, fundamental and technical analysis go hand in hand ...

Working Money: LRS + R-Squared The 95% Solution by Rudy Teseo

  • Point & Figure Moving Averages

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Here's an instance where two are better than one ...

  • Profit/Loss Curves

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Can you manage your option contracts without these curves?...

  • Trading The Elliott Wave by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Trading The Elliott Wave by Rudy Teseo Setting up Elliott wave projections on a spreadsheet can help you make your trading decisions. So far we have covered wave theory (part I), wave patterns (part II), and channels (part III). It will be helpful to have those previous articles handy for reference. Finally, we will discuss the detailed procedures for trading the wave. Elliott wave (EW) analysis is probably one of the most flexible systems you will find. You can be 100% bullish and only trade the motive waves in uptrends and the corrective waves in downtrends; you can be 100% bearish and onl...

  • LRS + R-Squared = The 95% Solution

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...No, this has nothing to do with Sherlock Holmes. It has a lot to do with the linear regression slope, r-squared, and how combined they can tell you whether the trend is strong ...

  • Channeling With Elliott Waves

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Elliott Wave Tutorial: Part III -- Project upcoming waves with this classic technique ...

  • Counting Elliott Waves

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Elliott Wave Tutorial: Part I --- In this four-part tutorial you'll learn about the theory and applications of the Elliott wave. In part I, you'll learn about projections ...

  • Working Money: Those Ubiquitous Fibonacci Ratios by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Working Money: Those Ubiquitous Fibonacci Ratios by Rudy Teseo How do I use thee? Let me count the ways. What do nature, astronomy, and the stock market have in common? They have something in common you may have heard of, but never really known what it is: a number sequence discovered by a 13th-century mathematician named Leonardo of Pisa and spelled out in his work Liber Abacci. I doubt that he ever considered the sequence, later known as the Fibonacci series -- zero, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, and so on -- would have the long-lasting effect it did, eventually finding its way into ...

  • Trading The Elliott Wave

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Elliott Wave Tutorial: Part IV -- Setting up Elliott wave projections on a spreadsheet can help you make your trading decisions ...

  • Working Money: Counting Elliott Waves, Part 1 by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Counting Elliott Waves, Part 1 by Rudy Teseo In this four-part tutorial you'll learn about the theory and applications of the Elliott wave. In part I, you'll learn about projections. This tutorial, while by no means a definitive text on Elliott wave (EW) theory, is instead meant to be an overview of the basic elements that can serve as a foundation for further study. Altogether, the four parts will serve as a helpful reference as you do your own analysis. Throughout the tutorial, most wave patterns will be shown in rising (bull) markets, since similar principles can be applied to falling (b...

  • Working Money: Recognizing Elliott Wave Patterns by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Working Money: Recognizing Elliott Wave Patterns by Rudy Teseo Part I discussed the basic wave patterns: impulse and corrective. Part II will describe the patterns that must be recognized in order to do a thorough job of Elliott wave (EW) analysis. The following examples by no means include all the patterns you will encounter in your Elliott wave analysis, but represent those that appear most often. You need to know not only to what price levels the market will rise, but also what patterns to expect in your bar (candle) chart. The two main Elliott waves are motive and corrective. The motive ...

  • Stay In The Market With Stop-And-Reverse

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...If you hate being out of the market, you should take a look at this system ...

  • Those Ubiquitous Fibonacci Ratios

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...How do I use thee? Let me count the ways ...

  • Candlesticks Vs. Bar Charts by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Candlesticks Vs. Bar Charts by Rudy Teseo When you look at your charts, do you understand everything they're telling you? Most books and articles on candlestick charting point out that any patterns occurring in bar charts (cup with handle, head and shoulder, triangle, and so forth) are also identifiable in candlestick charts. The reverse is also true: Any pattern that can be identified in candlestick charts can be seen in bar charts (Figure 1). However, traditional technical analysis references do not illustrate nor explain candlestick patterns, although they go into great detail on bar patt...

  • Chaneling With Elliott Waves Part III by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Chaneling With Elliott Waves Part III by Rudy Teseo Project coming waves with this classic technique. Now that you are familiar with some of the many Elliott wave patterns (see parts I and II), I'll discuss a means of projecting the course of a wave in development: the channel. Channels are parallel lines that you draw on your stock charts using a trendline-drawing tool. If you are studying Elliott wave principles but don't have a charting program, you can also construct these channels on commercial stock charts, such as daily charts, or on graph paper. Be sure to use semi-log scales on your...

  • Recognizing Elliott Wave Patterns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Elliott Wave Tutorial: Part II -- The name of the game is pattern recognition ...

  • Working Money: Stay In The Market With Stop-And-Reverse by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Working Money: Stay In The Market With Stop-And-Reverse by Rudy Teseo If you hate being out of the market, you should take a look at this system. The parabolic time/price system indicator was developed by J. Welles Wilder. Often referred to as parabolic SAR or simply SAR (for "stop and reverse"), the term comes from its appearance as a parabola when viewed on a chart. A SuperCharts help file describes SAR as "a system designed to allow more leeway or tolerance for contratrend price fluctuation early in a new trade, and then to progressively tighten a protective trailing stop order as the tr...

The Gartley Setup by Rudy Teseo

  • Candlesticks Vs. Bar Charts

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...When you look at your charts, do you understand everything they're telling you?...

  • Threshold Trading Revisited by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Threshold Trading Revisited by Rudy Teseo An introduction for newcomers or a refresher for old-timers: Here are a couple of tools we sometimes forget to use. In trading jargon, the "threshold" refers to the presignal area of overbought/oversold indicators -- the area above or below the limits set in threshold-crossing indicators. The relative strength index (RSI) and stochastics are probably the best known threshold-crossing indicators and are great for creating entry and exit trading signals. The presignal areas -- the "thresholds" -- are useful for knowing when to act, whether you're buying o...

  • The Butterfly Setup by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Pinpoint This Pattern The Butterfly Setup There's more than one way to use harmonic patterns to find likely buy/sell candidates. by Rudy Teseo If you've looked for Gartley patterns while scrolling through your charts, it's more than likely that you've discovered some patterns that resemble the Gartley but slant downward rather than upward, the way that the Gartley setup does. This pattern -- sort of Gartley, sort of not -- is known as the butterfly. Like the Gartley, it comes in two forms, bullish and bearish. The bullish butterfly is similar to the Gartley. However, although the same ratios ...

  • Use The CBOE's Options Analysis Calculator -- Gratis by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Use The CBOE's Options Analysis Calculator -- Gratis by Rudy Teseo Here's how to use the free option calculator offered by the Chicago Board Options Exchange to set up your positions. Option strategy diagrams are the standards used in the industry to represent the curves developed in the Black-Scholes ?options model. The Black-Scholes model is actually a mathematical formula that was developed in the early 1970s for calculating a fair option price, and it is still the accepted standard used today. You can get an excellent model of these computations, free of charge, on a compact disc from the...

Candlestick Filtering by Rudy Teseo







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