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  • OEX And The Thrust Oscillator by Stuart Meibuhr

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...OEX And The Thrust Oscillator by Stuart Meibuhr STOCKS & COMMODITIES contributor Stuart Meibuhr suggests using advance-decline data for trading the OEX contract. Is it feasible? Meibuhr explains. The four items of data that describe the advances and declines in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) market continue to receive attention and research. Technician Richard Arms, in his 1968 article in Barron's, described the TRIN index (trading index), now known as the Arms index. The index shows the ratio relationship between advancing and declining issues to their up and down volumes. The index is ...

  • Stocks According To Trend Tendency by Stuart Meibuhr

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks According To Trend Tendency by Stuart Meibuhr Many times, a question asked of STOCKS & COMMODITIES readers will more than likely find an answer -- and more than an answer, further questions. Such was the article that E. Michael Poulos presented early in 1991, when he showed how assumed trend tendencies ain't necessarily so. Here, Stuart Meibuhr answers one of those corollary questions. If certain futures contracts show decided trend tendencies, can the same be said about certain stocks or indices? The question that E. Michael Poulos asked in the January 1992 STOCKS & COMMODITIES was ""...

  • Multiple-Length Stochastics by Stuart Meibuhr

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Multiple-Length Stochastics by Stuart Meibuhr Plotting different indicators together and combining their analyses is a popular analytical method for timing trades. But how about using one indicator and varying its parameters? Stuart Meibuhr takes stochastics and varies the length of the lookback for trades of different time frames. The popular concept ""if one is good, two are better"" has often been used by technicians in the selection of indicators in the belief that combining the signals of different indicators is a more reliable strategy than following just one. But this idea has rarely...

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