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  • Comparing The CRB With Bonds by Jim Bianco, C.M.T.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Comparing The CRB With Bonds by Jim Bianco, C.M.T. The Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) price index and the bond market have frequently been compared in the past because of their interrelated natures. The CRB is considered to be an indicator of inflation

  • Completing the DMI rules by Jim Summers

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Completing the DMI rules by Jim Summers Finally, after these many months, the Lotus Command Language code to reproduce Wilder's Directional Movement Index system (DMI) reaches an end. In using Wilder's DMI to teach readers of Stocks & Commodities how to

  • Computer spread analysis by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Computer spread analysis by Jim Summers, Ph.D. Many traders shy away from spread trading owing to the extra difficulties of calculating the spread and the analysis of the spread in both its legs. Data and software now available for IBM-PCs and clones ca

  • Create A Hybrid Indicator by Jim Ritter

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Create A Hybrid Indicator by Jim Ritter Interested in creating an indicator with a little bit of this from one kind of indicator and a little bit of that from another? Well, you're in luck. This may be your solution. Technical indicators are tools, and

  • Custom messages Part 10 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Custom messages Part 10 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. Believe it or not, all the work we've done so far programming Lotus does not complete the Directional Movement Index system (DMI). We also must include message modules -- the only way some correct signals can

  • DMI trading rules by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...DMI trading rules by Jim Summers, Ph.D. In this issue, we start programming into Lotus 1-2-3 the trading rules used in J. Welles Wilder's Directional Movement Index (DMI) system. In the previous columns, we programmed the various mathematical components

  • Debugging and the virtues of experimentation Part 6 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Debugging and the virtues of experimentation Part 6 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. In last month's column we discussed the use of {Put} and @Index(...) menu commands in Lotus 1-2-3. These can increase significantly program speed by avoiding cursor movement and r

  • Defining directional movement Part 8 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Defining directional movement Part 8 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. Given the old adage that ""the trend is your friend"" and that most trading systems follow trends, J. Welles Wilder's Directional Movement Index (DMI) lets you measure whether a trend is in effe

  • Finishing DMI calculations Part 9 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Finishing DMI calculations Part 9 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. Having completed the lengthiest formulas that J. Welles Wilder developed in his Directional Movement Index (DMI) system, in this issue we'll complete the calculations for the basic DMI system. Futu

  • Identifying Market Reversals by Jim White

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Identifying Market Reversals by Jim White Here's a specific technique warning about coming reversals and the steps to apply the methodology. Back in the November 2008 issue of Stocks & Commodities, I pointed out how you could reduce risk and increase t

  • Introduction to macros Part 3 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Introduction to macros Part 3 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. In the previous column, I discussed the advantages of using Lotus 1-2-3 in the management of an indicator as complex as the Directional Movement Index (DMI). In this column and hereafter, we shall move

LiveWire by Jim Rader

  • Loops: static and dynamic Part 7 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Loops: static and dynamic Part 7 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. This month, we develop a loop to manage the calculation of the trading range (TR 1) used in J. Welles Wilder's Directional Movement Index (DMI) system. The previous columns developed the formula for

  • Making spreadsheets part of your trading system Part I by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Making spreadsheets part of your trading system Part I by Jim Summers, Ph.D. This column will be all about using Lotus 1-2-3, Release 2.0 as a trading tool. Given the number of programs written for technical analysis fundamental analysis, and portfolio

  • Programming for speed Part 5 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming for speed Part 5 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. The past several columns discussed macros and led you through some elementary programming to show how to develop one of the indicators used in J. Welles Wilder's Directional Movement Index (DMI) system.

  • Programming the true range in Wilder's DMI system Part 4 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming the true range in Wilder's DMI system Part 4 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. The March column described the fundamentals of macros. The February column detailed some major points about Wilder's DMI and the system based on it. This time the action gets

  • Sidebar: Volatility entry advisor for MetaStock by Jim Berg

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:2 (14-20): Sidebar: Volatility entry advisor for MetaStock by Jim Berg MetaStock code for Jim Berg's Volatility entry advisor.

System Writer Plus by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

The Logic Of Pivot Trading by Jim White

  • The Truth About Volatility by Jim Berg

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:2 (14-20): The Truth About Volatility by Jim Berg Many indicators can help identify volatility. But can you use them to target specific price areas for entry signals, trailing stops, and profit-taking opportunities? Typically

  • V.9:12 (482-485) SIDEBAR: Explaining r by Jim Bianco, C.M.T.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...EXPLAINING r Correlation analysis measures the degree of relationship between two variables. The correlation coefficient r is one popular statistical index for this purpose. The values for r range between +1 to -1; a +1 reading indicates that the two va

  • Wilder's Directional Movement Index System Part 2 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Wilder's Directional Movement Index System Part 2 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. As I noted in the last issue, I need both a charting program and Lotus 1-2-3 to trade with discipline and confidence, along with maintaining my emotional health. My first major prog

Working Money: Eight Steps To Successful Trader Tax Filing by Jim Forrester, CPA

Working Money: Following The Money: ETFs And Your Portfolio by Jim Ulland






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