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  • Applying Expert Systems To Trading by Wolf von Ronik

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Applying Expert Systems To Trading by Wolf von Ronik Artificial intelligence was introduced 50-odd years ago to model the way humans learn and extrapolate from the knowledge they glean. How can the theory of expert systems, one of the two current thoughts of artificial intelligence, be applied to trading? In a broad sense, artificial intelligence (AI) is an attempt to model human learning and decisionmaking. In recent years AI techniques have been applied to a diverse number of activities, including trading. A number of trading software packages that traders can purchase today are based upon...

  • Your Crash Potential by Wolf von Ronik

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Your Crash Potential by Wolf von Ronik One of the fundamental realities of successful trading is the fact that the longer you can stay alive financially in the market, the greater your chance of monetary gain. The key to improving your chance of doing so is the implementation of a sound money management policy. Unfortunately, many neophytes -- as well as a few old hands -- invest most of their energies into trying to create the ultimate, foolproof trading program instead. Money management alone can increase your chances of trading survival. Here's a practical explanation....

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