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  • Correlation Among Stocks by Michael P. Turner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...CorrelationAmong Stocks by Michael P. Turner If you are trading stocks, you may find opportunities by tracking the correlation between them. This can lead to different strategies such as trading one company off of another's news, spread trading, and sec

  • Flexible Market Forecast by Michael Kahn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...It is important to be flexible in your market forecasts, as this walk through some recent trends in various markets indicate. That repetitive price patterns exist is one of the foundations of technical analysis. The reasoning is that repetitive pattern

  • Follow That Trend by Michael Covel and Justin Vandergrift

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 25:2 (32-36): Follow That Trend by Michael Covel and Justin Vandergrift Even if you are a trend-follower, you still have to be a systematic trader. Here's why you still have to manage drawdowns when the market is not trending. A

Goodman Wave Theory by Michael Duane Archer

  • Historical Movement Of The Stock Market by Michael J. Moody, C.M.T.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Historical Movement Of The Stock Market by Michael J. Moody, C.M.T. Experience enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again. --Franklin P. Jones Perspective is critical for participants in the financial markets. Unfortunately, one's perspe

  • Improve Your System With The Profitability Rule by Michael Harris

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Improve Your System With The Profitability Rule by Michael Harris What are the capabilities and limitations of your trading system or investment strategy? You can ensure your system or strategy has a high probability of meeting your profit objectives by

  • Is Dow Theory Sending Us A Warning? by Michael D. Sheimo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Is Dow Theory Sending Us A Warning? by Michael D. Sheimo Michael Sheimo, best known for books such as Dow Theory Redux and Stock Market Rules, tackles the age-old question of whether the Dow theory is still valid and if it is, is it really sending us a

  • Measuring the Move by Michael Kahn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Chartists often use techniques to set profit objectives as well as determine their risk points in putting on a trade. Here, then, are some guidelines for your own trading. When a market breaks out of a technical trading pattern, traders need to correctl

  • Mind Control by Michael Bois, CFA, CTA

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:4 (54-57): Mind Control by Michael Bois, CFA, CTA The psychology of trading has always been a struggle. Perhaps the techniques here could provide a solution. Not long ago, I interviewed a Standard & Poor's floor trader from t

  • Momentum And The S&P 500 by Michael Oliver and Gary Esayian

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Momentum And The S&P 500 by Michael Oliver and Gary Esayian As applied to market action, momentum is generally confined to some limited role such as measuring the relationship between moving averages. But momentum can be much more. Michael Oliver and

  • Money Management Indicators by Michael R. Bryant, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Money Management Indicators by Michael R. Bryant, Ph.D. Keeping track of your system's performance will alert you to changes in market behavior. T raditional market indicators are typically based on price. Moving averages, for example, are calculated u

  • Point & Figure Relative Strength by Michael J. Moody and Harold B. Parker

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Point & Figure Relative Strength by Michael J. Moody and Harold B. Parker STOCKS & COMMODITIES contributors Michael J. Moody and Harold B. Parker suggest using point and figure and relative strength as a way to identify strong and weak stocks. It has o

  • Position Sizing With Monte Carlo Simulation by Michael R. Bryant, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Need to know how much to put on your next trade? You can figure it out with 95% reliability using this simulation technique. Consider this: Jane and Joe started trading the same Standard & Poor's 500 futures trading system at the same time. They each be

  • Predicting The Shape Of A Cycle Bottom by Michael R. Burk

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Predicting The Shape Of A Cycle Bottom by Michael R. Burk I define a cycle as what happens between peaks in my New Low Indicator. Since the beginning of 1978 there have been 24 complete cycles averaging a little over 120 trading days, or 24 weeks. Cycl

  • Stock Splits: Boon Or Bust? by Michael D. Sheimo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stock Splits: Boon Or Bust? by Michael D. Sheimo Even the most sophisticated market participants are tempted to buy a stock that has been announced to split two for one. They, of all investors, should know better, because not all stock splits turn out t

  • Students select a winning portfolio by Michael Scott

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Students select a winning portfolio by Michael Scott Can high school seniors on a college prep track outperform leading investment advisors and mutual fund managers? Based on the following evidence, the answer must be an unqualified ""yes."" The underly

  • Studying Price Behavior by Michael Daley

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Price behavior? Can you really read it? This article points out ways to look at price behavior to give you insight into possible consistencies, such as how much today's range typically overlaps yesterday's range. Not only that, how often does today's ran

The 4% Indicator Revisited by Michael J. Collins

  • Trading The Santa Claus Rally by Michael D. Sheimo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Trading The Santa Claus Rally by Michael D. Sheimo 'Tis the season to be jolly and make a profit. What could be finer? Michael Sheimo explores the whys and wherefores of this seasonal phenomenon. Holiday rallies in the stock market are a fact of life.

  • Volatility Is Dominant Theme In Stocks by Michael Carr, CMT

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Volatility Is Dominant Theme In Stocks by Michael Carr, CMT The market may be setting up for a period of consolidation. From a technical perspective, the biggest factor in the markets is volatility (Figure 1). Since the large down move in autumn 2008,

  • Volume-Weighted Average Pricing by Michael Tanksley, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Volume-Weighted Average Pricing by Michael Tanksley, Ph.D. What price should you aim to beat in your trades? Here's what the pros use. J. Welles Wilder once said, "Somewhere amidst the maze of open, high, low, and close prices is a phantom line that is

  • When Should You Sell That Stock? by Michael B. Patterson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...When Should You Sell That Stock? by Michael B. Patterson It's one of the toughest and loneliest decisions for an investor to make. When it comes to buying a stock, there's no shortage of advice, both useful and otherwise. Virtually every investment mag

Working Money: Do You Need Volume To Move Stocks Higher? by Michael Carr

Working Money: Relative Strength As A Selling Tool by Michael J. Carr, CMT

Working Money: Testing Point & Figure Patterns by Michael J. Carr

Working Money: Where Can We Invest? by Michael Porter

Working Money: Why Are Stocks And Bonds Inversely Correlated by Michael J. Carr

  • Working Money: Writing Covered Calls by Michael Dunham

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Working Money: Writing Covered Calls by Michael Dunham If you think that options trading is only for short-term traders and speculators, think again. By taking advantage of an option strategy known as covered call writing (selling), you can gather smal







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