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  • A Trend Channel Trade by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A Trend Channel Trade by Thomas Bulkowski Here's a trade that combines fundamentals, trend channels, pattern recognition and volume. Selecting a stock to trade means more than just throwing darts. For my own trading, I use statistically positioned tren

  • A modification of Wilder's directional movement system by Thomas P. Drinka and Steven L. Kille

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A modification of Wilder's directional movement system by Thomas P. Drinka and Steven L. Kille In his New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems (Copyright 1978) J. Welles Wilder Jr. introduced his directional movement system with the following: ""Direc

  • Adam & Adam Double Bottom by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Adam & Adam Double Bottom by Thomas Bulkowski If you see this type of double bottom, it may mean you need to make a quick exit. discussed the Eve & Eve double bottom chart pattern in the November 2002 STOCKS & COMMODITIES. If the Eve & Eve double botto

  • Adam & Eve Double Bottoms by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Adam & Eve Double Bottoms by Thomas Bulkowski Here's the final part of a four-part series discussing double bottoms. If you read my article in the January 2003 STOCKS & COMMODITIES about the Eve & Adam double bottom, you can guess that an Adam & Eve do

  • Are Three-Bar Patterns Reliable For Stocks? by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Are Three-Bar Patterns Reliable For Stocks? by Thomas Bulkowski Futures traders often use a three-bar swing low as a reversal pattern,but is the three-bar pattern reliable for stocks?Find out here. I discovered this gem of a pattern while prospecting

  • Assessing risk on Wall Street by Thomas A. Rorro

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Assessing risk on Wall Street by Thomas A. Rorro We have discussed the Random Walk theory as a philosophy of investing and its technical implications. This final article in the series presents the framework for spreadsheet implementation of the concepts

  • Assessing risk on Wall Street part 2: Applying the Random Walk by Thomas A. Rorro

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Assessing risk on Wall Street part 2: Applying the Random Walk by Thomas A. Rorro The Random Walk theory lets the investor evaluate the risk of an investment before the investment is made. In the first article in this three-part series, the potential pr

  • At The Close by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...At The Close by Thomas Bulkowski Here's a handy set of tips on what to look for in a stock to add to your portfolio. Traders and investors are always shopping for bargain stocks. When you log onto your favorite website and see that the price of a stoc

  • Beta-Adjusting Trailing Stops by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Beta-Adjusting Trailing Stops by Thomas Bulkowski Have you ever wondered how to improve the performance of your favorite indicator or trading system? By using your indicator to signal a buy and a beta-adjusted trailing stop to get you out, you could imp

  • Bullish Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Bullish Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski Can you recognize bullish patterns when they appear? Find out what they look like here. One day, the market will find a bottom and start building a base from which to launch another bull market. Will your mark

  • Changing tides in the investment software market by Thomas A. Rorro

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Changing tides in the investment software market by Thomas A. Rorro Remarkably, the investment software industry is on the threshold of a major transition. In the near future, it will no longer be economical to buy investment software. Instead you will

  • Chart Pattern Surprises by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Chart Pattern Surprises by Thomas Bulkowski What chart patterns are really reliable, portending significant moves? This S&C author did some research,and we present the results from his survey of some 15,000 patterns. In exploring and answering question

Cloudbanks by Thomas N Bulkowski

  • Daily stock technician by Thomas K. Lloyd

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Daily stock technician by Thomas K. Lloyd For several years, I marketed a proprietary chart service, called Flow of Capital, to major money managers in the country who generally had at least a billion dollars in equities under management. Each chart pl

  • Demand Oscillator momentum by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Demand Oscillator momentum by Thomas Aspray The Demand Index developed by James Sibbett and its counterpart, the Demand Oscillator, are quite useful in identifying accumulation or distribution in both stocks and commodities. (See ""Fine-tuning the Deman

  • Diagnosing market tops by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Diagnosing market tops by Thomas Aspray In the June 1988 issue of Stocks & Commodities, I discussed a few of the more than 250 indicators that I use for stock market timing. I applied these indicators to some of the recent stock market bottoms. In this

  • Does Volume Matter? by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:6 (18-22): Does Volume Matter? by Thomas N. Bulkowski If a chart pattern breaks out on high volume, is it a blessing or a curse? Recently, I was reading some reviews on Amazon.com for a book on technical analysis, and one reader comment that stuc

  • Double Bottoms by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Double Bottoms by Thomas Bulkowski The mirror image of a double top, the double bottom is a more profitable longer-term play. Find out why. At first, I thought double bottoms were just double tops flipped upside down, but I was wrong. It's not the for

  • Double Tops by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Double Tops by Thomas Bulkowski It takes more than twin peaks to make a double top. Here's a refresher on the formation. Double tops aren't hard to identify. Novice investors with just a smattering of technical knowledge can identify any two peaks clo

  • Eve & Adam Double Bottoms by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Eve & Adam Double Bottoms by Thomas Bulkowski If you read this author's first two articles about the Adam and Eve combinations of double bottoms, the Eve & Adam combination should be a snap. It combines elements from the Eve & Eve and Adam & Adam double

  • Eve & Eve Double Bottom by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Eve & Eve Double Bottom by Thomas Bulkowski Here's a look at one of the four combinations of double bottoms. You may be familiar with double bottoms, but have you ever heard of an Eve & Eve double bottom? I hadn't heard of them myself until a few years

  • Finding reliable trading strategies (revisited) by Thomas P. Drinka

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Finding reliable trading strategies (revisited) by Thomas P. Drinka With the proliferation of microcomputers and analytical software, speculators and commercial traders routinely conduct research to evaluate the potential performance of trading strategi

  • Fine-tuning the demand index by Thomas E. Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Fine-tuning the demand index by Thomas E. Aspray The Demand Index, which utilizes price and volume, calculates the buying pressure and selling pressure exerted on prices. These can be used to create an oscillator to identify accumulation or distribution

  • Four Common Errors In Testing Trading Systems by Thomas A. Meyers

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Four Common Errors In Testing Trading Systems by Thomas A. Meyers The author of The Technical Analysis Course debuts as a Stocks & Commodities writer with this article. Here, Thomas Meyers explains that mistakes made in systems testing can make the diff

  • Gauging Gaps by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Gauging Gaps by Thomas Bulkowski Should you trade the gap? Here are some gap performance numbers to help you decide. Suppose you've been following a chart pattern. Say prices gap upward, piercing the trendline in a breakout. Do you buy the stock, expec

  • Highs & Tight Flags by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 27:12 (38-42): Highs & Tight Flags by Thomas Bulkowski Does the high & tight flag work as well as some say? Find out here. I have spent 30 years playing the markets. During that time, I have written several books including two

  • Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (I) by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (I) by Thomas N. Bulkowski Bearish chart patterns form at the top of a bear market. What do they look like? Since March 2003, the market has been trending upward. As I write this in August 2003, I'm starting to see be

  • Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (II) by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (II) by Thomas N. Bulkowski Here's the second and final installment about bearish chart patterns. S omeone I know once made the bold statement that there is a chart pattern for any trend that ends. I don't know if tha

  • Improving The Win-Loss Ratio With The Relative Strength Index by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Improving The Win-Loss Ratio With The Relative Strength Index by Thomas Bulkowski Here's a refresher on the relative strength index, and how to improve your win-loss ratio. Technical analysts can be divided into two basic camps -- those who rely on cha

  • Individual stocks and MACD by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Individual stocks and MACD by Thomas Aspray The Moving Average Convergence-Divergence method ? specifically MACD-Histogram (MACD-H) and MACD-Momentum (MACD-Mo) ? can be used to identify turning points in the commodity markets (See Stocks & Commodities,

  • Investment Candles by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Which candlesticks work best as reversal or continuation patterns? Find out here. Investment-grade candlesticks work as reversal or continuation patterns at least two-thirds of the time (66%), and they are plentiful. By "plentiful," I mean that I so

  • Is Overnight Trading A New Way To Daytrade? by Thomas K. Carr, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:7 (22-30): Is Overnight Trading A New Way To Daytrade? by Thomas K. Carr, Ph.D. Is the pattern daytrading regulation an obstacle to your daytrading? There may be a way around it. On September 28, 2001, the Securities and Exch

  • Liquidity Data Bank: Big promises, small deliveries by Thomas K Bonen

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Liquidity Data Bank: Big promises, small deliveries by Thomas K. Bonen In 1984, the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) introduced the revolutionary Liquidity Data Bank (LDB) to the general public. It was a truly unique venture intended to open up the exchang

  • Looking For Inefficiently Priced Stocks by Thomas K. Lloyd

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Looking For Inefficiently Priced Stocks by Thomas K. Lloyd The story is the same everywhere: Find the inefficiency and take advantage of it. This author presents some ideas on how to recognize market inefficiencies by analyzing stock charts and making u

  • MACD momentum Part 1 by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...MACD momentum Part 1 by Thomas Aspray In the fall of 1986, I completed work on a new indicator: the MACD Histogram/Momentum. As many of you are already aware, the MACD, or Convergence/Divergence, is an excellent indicator, but its signals often lag when

  • MACD momentum Part 2 by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...MACD momentum Part 2 by Thomas Aspray Last month I looked at how the MACD Momentum (MACD-Mo) and MACD Histogram (MACD-H) were excellent intermediate indicators for stocks as well as commodities. I also use the MACD-Mo and MACD-H on daily data, but the r

  • Making Cents Of Throwbacks And Pullbacks by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Making Cents Of Throwbacks And Pullbacks by Thomas Bulkowski What are they and how can we use them? Find out what they are and how they perform. When I started investing more than 20 years ago, I thought technical analysis was nothing more than mysteri

  • Market Profile Part 2 by Thomas P. Drinka, Ph.D. and Robert L. McNutt

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Profile Part 2 by Thomas P. Drinka, Ph.D. and Robert L. McNutt The market is composed of time, price and volume. Each day, the market--in attempting to facilitate trade--develops a price range delineated by the daily high and low and a Value Area w

  • Market Profile Part 5 by Thomas P. Drinka, Stephen M. Ptasienski and Robby L. Humes

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Profile Part 5 by Thomas P. Drinka, Stephen M. Ptasienski and Robby L. Humes To make the information from the Chicago Board of Trade's Market Profile and Liquidity Data Bank reports more useful to traders, we have tabulated time-and-sales as well

  • Market Profile and market logic Part 1 by Thomas P. Drinka and Robert L. McNutt

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Profile and market logic Part 1 by Thomas P. Drinka and Robert L. McNutt Following more than four years of development by J. Peter Steidlmayer and the Chicago Board of Trade, the CBOT Market Profile and Liquidity Data Bank went online in 1985. Wi

  • Market Profile and trends Part 3 by Thomas Drinka, Ph.D. and Robert L. McNutt

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Profile and trends Part 3 by Thomas Drinka, Ph.D. and Robert L. McNutt The key to market opportunity is knowing when current market price diverges from value and being able to judge whether price will move to value or value to price. A divergence

  • Market profile Part 4 by Thomas Drinka, Ph.D. and Robert L. McNutt

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market profile Part 4 by Thomas Drinka, Ph.D. and Robert L. McNutt Previously, we considered the manner in which the market utilizes price probes and rotation during the trading day to promote trade. Depending on the response of other-time-frame traders

  • Median Line Market Analysis by Thomas E. French

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Median Line Market Analysis by Thomas E. French The Median Line (ML) method of market analysis was first developed by Professor Alan Hall Andrews, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineering graduate. The Median Line technique of geometric

NYSE Bullish Percent As An S&P Indicator by Thomas J. Dorsey

  • NYSE technical indicators: diagnosing market bottoms by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...NYSE technical indicators: diagnosing market bottoms by Thomas Aspray By definition, significant market bottoms or tops seem to catch the majority by surprise, especially the fundamentalists. When an important low is formed, I try to review the many tec

  • On Rising Wedges by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...On Rising Wedges by Thomas Bulkowski As your stock rises and sector rotation becomes more pronounced, it's wise to be alert to a chart formation called a rising wedge. Rising wedges can get you out at the top before your stock tumbles. Here's a refreshe

  • On Symmetrical Triangles by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...On Symmetrical Triangles by Thomas Bulkowski You might have seen triangle formations and wondered what they were all about. You might have been caught on the losing side of a descending triangle and wondered what happened. For those of you who've wonder

  • Option Strategies and Neural Networks by Thomas B. Rubino Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Option Strategies and Neural Networks by Thomas B. Rubino Jr. Confidence intervals are a statistical tool that describes the accuracy of a prediction, while neural networks provide predictions. This article combines the two to define the risk in a trade

  • Part 1 Assessing risk on Wall Street A philosophy of investing by Thomas A. Rorro

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...part 1 Assessing risk on Wall Street A philosophy of investing by Thomas A. Rorro The goal of investing is to make a profit. To achieve this goal, the investor places his money at risk--with the hope of increasing his wealth. Whether by buying real estat

  • Payoff index by Thomas E. Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Payoff index by Thomas E. Aspray In my market analysis, I find the action of the open interest can be very important. Granted in the financial futures it occasionally gives misleading signals, but these are the exception rather than the rule. I use two

Point & Figure Box Sizes by Thomas McGraw

  • Predicting Prices With Support And Resistance by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Predicting Prices With Support And Resistance by Thomas N. Bulkowski Support and resistance are important chart patterns. Read this to find out why. I consider support and resistance (SAR) the most important chart patterns. Why? By finding SAR, you can

  • Profitability of selected technical indicators by Thomas P. Drinka and Steven L. Kille

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In previous issues, these authors reported the results of applying moving averages, momentum, Williams' %R, Wilder's Relative Strength Index (RSI), and Wilder's Directional Movement Indicator (DMI) to Chicago Board of Trade corn and long-term U.S. Treasu

  • Profitability of selected technical indicators by Thomas R Drinka, Steven L. Kille, Eugene Mueller.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Profitability of selected technical indicators by Thomas R Drinka, Steven L. Kille, Eugene R. Mueller The objectives of this paper are to review five popular technical indicators, summarize the capability of microcomputer programs developed jointly in t

  • Profitability of selected technical indicators: Silver by Thomas P. Drinka and Steven L. Kille

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Profitability of selected technical indicators: Silver by Thomas P. Drinka and Steven L. Kille In previous issues of this magazine, we reported the results of applying moving averages, momentum, %R, and Relative Strength Index (RSI) to Chicago Board of

  • RSI profitability with money management by Thomas P. Drinka and Steven L. Kille

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...RSI profitability with money management by Thomas P. Drinka and Steven L. Kille In the April 1987 issue of this magazine, we reported the results of applying moving averages, momentum, Williams' %R, Wilder's Relative Strength Index, and Wilder's Directi

Rotten Apples? Spotting Adam And Eve Double Tops by Thomas N. Bulkowski

  • Sell Using Stops by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:2 (28-32): Sell Using Stops by Thomas Bulkowski The use of stops separates the professional trader from the amateur investor. It doesn't matter what price you paid for a stock. What matters most is what you sell it for. Do yo

  • Single-Stock Futures by Thomas L. Busby

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Single-Stock Futures by Thomas L. Busby Here's what every trader should know about them. Just recently, the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000 (CFMA) has lifted the 18- year-old ban on single-stock futures. While we have yet to see just how th

  • Slippage Cost Of A Large Technical Trader by Thomas V. Greer, B. Wade Brorsen and Shi-Miin Liu

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Slippage Cost Of A Large Technical Trader by Thomas V. Greer, B. Wade Brorsen and Shi-Miin Liu If traders rely on technical trading systems, they need to know the size of slippage, which is the difference between estimated transaction costs and actual t

  • Successfully trading currency options by Thomas J. Dorsey

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Successfully trading currency options by Thomas J. Dorsey Many people equate the options market with gambling in a Las Vegas casino. Many investors do experience losses trading options, but their losses are usually due to both an abuse of leverage and l

  • Technically trading the ¥en by Thomas P. Drinka, Timothy L. Krehbiel, Stephen Ptasienski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Technically trading the ¥en by Thomas P. Drinka, Timothy L. Krehbiel, Stephen Ptasienski Speculators and commercial hedgers who trade currency futures often use technical analysis to determine trading signals. We statistically tested 34 of these indicat

  • The Beginning Trader by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:10 (40-44): The Beginning Trader by Thomas Bulkowski Here are some tips to help a beginning trader become profitable. You may be approaching retirement and want to supplement your income or earn enough money to afford the ris

  • The Bounce Trade by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Bounce Trade by Thomas Bulkowski A double bounce following a long decline spells a trading opportunity. Find out why. I 'm not sure exactly how I happened upon this chart pattern. I noticed that after a long, perhaps straight-line decline, stocks o

  • The Bump-And-Run Reversal by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Bump-And-Run Reversal by Thomas Bulkowski Here's a new chart pattern that suggests when to take profits before a trend change begins. Included is a review of past performance. Isn't it strange how an idea occurs? Being hit by a falling apple led Si

  • The CCI Trade by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The CCI Trade by Thomas Bulkowski It's not when you buy but when you sell that counts. These two trades used the commodity channel index as a sell signal. Many traders will tell you it's easy to buy a stock but difficult to sell. When you sell determin

  • The Dead Cat Bounce by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Dead Cat Bounce If you trade stocks long enough, you might have an event take your stock down 25% to 70% in a single session. Then the situation gets grim. Here's a review of the dead cat bounce chart pattern and a strategy to minimize any additiona

  • The Development Of A Futures Trader by Thomas Drinka, Nathan Losey, and Ryan Lauer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:11 (34-38): The Development Of A Futures Trader by Thomas Drinka, Nathan Losey, and Ryan Lauer Here's a look at the trading methodology implemented by two futures traders. By using Market Profile, they successfully traded the

  • The Failed Trade by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Failed Trade by Thomas Bulkowski Sometimes a trade doesn't work out the way you hoped it would, but you can always learn from your mistakes if you take the time to review your trades. Take a lesson from this failed trade. After I began trading in t

  • The Head-and-Shoulders Formation by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Head-and-Shoulders Formation by Thomas Bulkowski I was doing research in the public library when a staffer asked me if I could help an elderly lady find a chart of TWA [TWA]. The investment materials are sparse at the library and the periodicals th

The Market Forecaster by Thomas R. Sewell

  • The SOQ And The S&P 500 Settlement by Thomas Cronin

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The SOQ And The S&P 500 Settlement by Thomas Cronin R J. O'Brien research director and market letter writer Thomas Cronin marks his first appearance in STOCKS & COMMODITIES with some trade possibilities in options based on the difference between the clo

  • The Scoring Trade by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Scoring Trade by Thomas Bulkowski Here's a scoring system for symmetrical triangles that helps predict performance. How do you make money in a bear market without selling short? By picking winners. How do you gain the experience necessary to pick w

  • The Simple ABC Correction by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:1 (52-55): The Simple ABC Correction by Thomas N. Bulkowski This chart pattern reliably signals an extended move up. Take a look. An old joke says that if an investor buys land in an earthquake zone, it will be his own fault.

  • The TD Range Expansion Index (TD REI): by Thomas DeMark

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The TD Range Expansion Index (TD REI) by Thomas DeMark Here, the author of The New Science of Technical Analysis and the brand-new New Market Timing Techniques explains how to use the TD REI and the TD Price Oscillator Qualifier. Throughout my 26-yea

  • The Tape-Reading Edge by Thomas Carr, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:7 (16-24): The Tape-Reading Edge by Thomas Carr, Ph.D. Tape-reading skills are a product of your intuition. Here's how you can sharpen your intuitive power into a tremendous profit-making talent. First, it must be said that

  • The Truth About Trendlines by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Truth About Trendlines by Thomas Bulkowski Many of the rumors about trendlines are true. Find out what the facts are here. Is it true that the longer a trendline is, the more significant it becomes? The answer is yes, but this in turn raises other

  • Time Series Forecasting: ARMAX by Thomas H. Lincoln

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Time Series Forecasting: ARMAX by Thomas H. Lincoln As an avid reader of stock market books and newspapers, I have observed the overwhelming number of graphic illustrations of economic and market indicators. Oftentimes some indicators are contradicted b

  • Tiny Chart Patterns: Stinkers Or Stalwarts? by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:4 (44-48): Tiny Chart Patterns: Stinkers Or Stalwarts? by Thomas N. Bulkowski Recognizing tiny chart patterns may be all the edge you need to make a killing in the market, but do they work? In two prior articles, I discussed

  • Top-Performing Reversal Candles by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Top-Performing Reversal Candles by Thomas Bulkowski Three candle patterns outperform all others. Can you guess which ones? During research for my latest book, Encyclopedia Of Candlestick Charts, I explored the world of candlesticks and found which ones

  • Trading Spreads by Thomas Cronin

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Trading Spreads by Thomas Cronin The price relationship between delivery months of a futures contract or between different futures contracts often change. And of course, where there is change opportunity arises for traders. Here, STOCKS & COMMODITIES au

  • Traditional chart analysis: A neglected tool? by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Traditional chart analysis: A neglected tool? by Thomas Aspray With the virtual explosion of computerized technical analysis over the past few years, some basic methods of analysis are often forgotten or at least neglected. I confess that I have even co

  • Uncommon Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Uncommon Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski Some bullish chart patterns are rare, and some are simply not well known. Read this to find out about both. A few months ago, I received e-mail from someone asking about identification techniques for chart pa

  • Understanding Market Profile Part 6 by Thomas P. Drinka and Stephen M. Ptasienski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Understanding Market Profile Part 6 by Thomas P. Drinka and Stephen M. Ptasienski Range extensions are the intraday price moves that hold good profit potential. Many current trading systems use them although they are typically called opening range brea

  • V.14:11.Ascending and Descending Triangles by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Ascending And Descending Triangles by Thomas Bulkowski Last issue, symmetrical triangles and the ways to trade with this particular chart formation were the topic at hand. This month, we present two more variations of the triangle, the ascending and des

  • V.15:11 (516-521) The Weekly Reversal by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...What's a weekly reversal and how does it work? Here's a refresher on this intriguing formation. Maybe you've felt it. Every once in a while, you feel really good. You begin to believe that you know everything there is to know about a subject. You know

  • Volume Shapes And Chart Patterns by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:8 (36-39): Volume Shapes And Chart Patterns by Thomas N. Bulkowski Do volume shapes predict postbreakout performance from chart patterns? In the second edition of my Encyclopedia Of Chart Patterns, I introduced a concept that

  • Weighted Moving Averages by Thomas Hutchinson and Peter G. Zhang, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Weighted Moving Averages by Thomas Hutchinson and Peter G. Zhang, PhD. The moving average is well known and much used in the field of technical analysis, but it also has a flaw: its lack of flexibility. But it need not be fatal. First-time STOCKS & COMM

What Powers Chart Patterns? by Thomas N. Bulkowski

  • What Time Frame Is Right For You? by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:8 (44-47): What Time Frame Is Right For You? by Thomas Bulkowski Finding the right time frame for your trading may make life easier for you -- and your trading successes more sustainable. A trader I'll call Jennifer made big b

  • What You Don't Know About Candlesticks by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In writing my latest book, Encyclopedia Of Candlestick Charts, I made some startling discoveries. I used more than 4.7 million candle lines (price bars) for the research with data going back as far as the 1980s in hundreds of stocks, but not all

Working Money: A Collapse Or A Bubble? by Thomas Maskell

Working Money: Selling The 10-Bagger by Thomas Maskell

Working Money: Speculating With The 10-Bagger by Thomas Maskell

Working Money: The Search For The 10-Bagger Begins by Thomas Maskell

Working Money: Trading The 10-Bagger by Thomas Maskell

Working Money: Where Do We Go From Here? by Thomas Maskell







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