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  • A Volatility Trade In Gold by David S. Landry

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A Volatility Trade In Gold by David S. Landry, CTA Large moves often follow low-volatility environments. Here's one method of combining volatility indicators and pattern recognition along with trend-following methods to capture a breakout in the 1997 go

  • Advanced Scale-In Strategies For Short-Term Traders by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Advanced Scale-In Strategies For Short-Term Traders by David Penn How can short-term traders add an edge of as much as 10% to their per-trade win rate? High-probability exchange traded fund (Etf) trading is a quantified strategy of buying Etfs after

  • Analyzing indicators with the cells method by David R. Aronson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Analyzing indicators with the cells method by David R. Aronson Does a given technical indicator have predictive value or not? This fundamental question must be answered before using it to forecast market trends or as input to trading decisions. An intui

  • Behavioral Force by David Schimel, M.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Behavioral Force by David Schimel, M.D. Here's a new tool that can help you predict stock price movements. Evidence now exists to refute the long-held belief that stock price variations are random and unpredictable. Numerous studies have shown that the

  • Bullish Consensus by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Bullish Consensus by David Penn This enduring sentiment indicator was designed specifically for the futures markets. "Paradox is one of the deepest and most important secrets of life, and ? irony is the punishment for not having understood that." --Jame

Charting Cramer: GS And MO by David Penn

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn TRENDLINES First job? first car? first love? There is always something to be said for what comes first. Even if your first job was as stimulating as manual labor on a Virginia plantation, your first car an always-broke

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn TRIX Long, long ago, in a bull market era that now seems far, far away (that is, 1983), a technical analyst by the name of Jack K. Hutson was trying to tease out of his computer a solution to the "drudgery" of trading.

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn Here's a sample MICEX chart showing some news events in 2002 and accompanying market shifts. Coincidence? You decide.

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:2 (88-89, 107): Charting The Market by David Penn WHEN SELLERS SELL OUT Writing about "The Selling Climax" in Technical Analysis Of Stock Trends, authors Robert Edwards and John Magee observe that: Most true Selling Climaxes

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:12 (99-100): Charting The Market by David Penn GAPS Are gaps to technical analysts what stock splits are to fundamental analysts: clear evidence of a market event, the significance of which is often inversely related to the l

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:12 (70-71): Charting The Market by David Penn CHANNELLING If one trendline is good, are two trendlines better? That's one way of summing up the attraction many people have with channeling and trend channels. A technician coul

Charting The Market by David Penn

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn MOVING AVERAGES If trendlines are the first thing that most traders and technical analysts learn to do with a chart, moving averages are perhaps a close second. Rereading swing trader Dave Landry's commentary about a m

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:10 (58-61): Charting The Market by David Penn Writing in Commodities Magazine back in 1980, technical analyst Donald Lambert observed that: Many commodities exhibit some type of cyclical or seasonal price pattern. But the com

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:6 (90-91): Charting The Market by David Penn SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE Among the first things anyone who studies technical analysis learns is the role that support and resistance play in market price action. Why does a collapse in the price of cattl

Charting The Market by David Penn

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn Here's a new section showing some recent news events and accompanying market shifts. Coincidence? You decide.

Charting The Market by David Penn

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn ON-BALANCE VOLUME Interviewed by BusinessWeek magazine late in the spring of 2002, legendary market forecaster and technical analyst Joseph Granville was asked, "Does technical analysis still work?" The journalist fur

  • Charting The Market by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Market by David Penn THE RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX Writing about his relative strength index (RSI) in 1978, J. Welles Wilder noted five different ways that the indicator could be helpful to investors and traders. These include identifying to

  • Charting The Market: Piercing Patterns by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:8 (62, 83): Charting The Market: Piercing Patterns by David Penn Writing about dual candle lines in his book ""Beyond Candlesticks,"" Steve Nison recalls a particularly vivid (and metaphoric) description of a "piercing pattern

  • Charting The Market: Stochastics by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:4 (120-121): Charting The Market: Stochastics by David Penn STOCHASTICS For many technicians, stochastics are the first real oscillator to be encountered when embarking on the study of technical analysis. Unlike some of the m

  • Charting The Market: Swing Rule by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:4 (10-15): Charting The Market: Swing Rule by David Penn What do the measuring rule for double bottoms, head & shoulders tops and bottoms, cups with handles, double tops, rectangle bottoms and tops, ascending and descending tr

  • Charting The Market: Triangles by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:1 (124-125): Charting The Market: Triangles by David Penn TRIANGLES Writing about triangles as significant patterns in technical analysis, trader, author, and educator John Murphy observes that: ""? The triangle is usually a

  • Charting The Markets by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Charting The Markets by David Penn MOMENTUM Momentum? The Big Mo? Is there anything in the physical world more exciting than momentum? If you're going slowly and you gain momentum, you're going faster. If you're already going fast and you gain momentum

  • Classic Point And Figure by David Vomund

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Classic Point And Figure by David Vomund It was around before computers; it was around before calculators. It's been around forever, and despite that, it still works. It's point and figure charting, and it still offers unique advantages. Here are some e

  • DAT To The Future by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:3 (17-23): DAT To The Future by David Penn Electronic trading has come a long way in the six years since the SEC's display rules of 1997. How have individual traders continued to take advantage of a revolution in access and transparency? In many

  • David Stendahl And Position Sizing

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...David Stendahl is the portfolio manager at Capitalogix, a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) firm specializing in systematic trading. He is also a leading industry expert, author, and speaker focused on the managed futures industry. He also co_created vario

  • David Vomund And The World Of Exchange Traded Products

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...David Vomund is the president of Vomund Investment Management, an investment advisory company that specializes in managing exchange traded fund (ETF) portfolios. While other advisory firms are only now discovering ETFs, Vomund's firm has an exceptional n

  • David Vomund's "ETF Trading Strategies Revealed"

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...David Vomund's "ETF Trading Strategies Revealed"

Detecting New Trends Early by David R. Steckler

  • Donchian Breakouts by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Donchian Breakouts by David Penn Buy strength and sell weakness with this simple yet effective breakout trading strategy. There may be as many different forms of the Donchian breakout as there are moving average crossover or pattern recognition strateg

  • Dynamic Zones by Leo Zamansky, Ph.D., and David Stendahl

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Dynamic Zones by Leo Zamansky, Ph.D., and David Stendahl Most indicators use a fixed zone for buy and sell signals. Here's a concept based on zones that are responsive to past levels of the indicator. One approach to active investing employs the use of

  • Elliott wave: Fact or fiction? by F. David Minbashian

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Elliott wave: Fact or fiction? by F. David Minbashian Using concepts from the elegant new science of chaotic dynamics, I was writing an essay to show as simply as I could arguing how commodity and stock prices follow a path of motion without any pattern

Fibonacci In Time And Price by David Knox Barker

  • Find Those Market Tops by David Hawkins

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Find Those Market Tops by David Hawkins When is a rally just a rally, and when is it the end of a bear market? The long-term bear market that started in the year 2000 has been punctuated by several intermediate-term rallies, each of which, so far, has

Futuresweb.com by David Penn

  • How to be wrong and still profit by David L. Caplan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...How to be wrong and still profit by David L. Caplan Why bother learning and using professional option strategies? Why spend the time and energy to learn how and when to use options and option strategies when, in trading futures, all you have to do is us

  • Hurst's Cyclic Analysis by David Hickson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This crash course on an almost-forgotten theory could shed some light on how you can trade consistently and profitably. In the 1970s, an American engineer named J.M. Hurst published a thesis about why financial markets move the way they do. His expoun

  • In The Volume Zone by Walid Khalil and David Steckler

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Here's a look at the volume zone oscillator, which can be applied to trending and nontrending markets. Find out how it can be used to trade the Djia, Spy, and gold.

  • Index Rotation With Exchange-Traded Funds by David Vomund

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:1 (36-38, 45): Index Rotation With Exchange-Traded Funds by David Vomund Which will perform best, large-cap stocks or small-cap stocks? Will value stocks outperform growth stocks or will growth outperform value? If you watch

  • Int.: How To Get Started In Electronic Day Trading: David Nassar by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...How To Get Started In Electronic Day Trading: David S. Nassar Each day, more and more traders are using computers for the direct buying and selling of stocks. Is there a difference among the myriad services available? We went to David Nassar, author of

Intermarket Review by David Penn

Intermarket Review by David Penn

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Intermarket Review by David Penn THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE (NYSE) FINANCIAL INDEX ($NFA) The NYSE financial index consists of more than 900 banks, brokerage houses, savings and loan institutions, insurance companies, and other financial corporations.

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:4 (56-57): Intermarket Review by David Penn TURKISH INVESTMENT FUND (TKF) The Turkish Investment Fund (TKF) is a closed-end fund under the advisement of Morgan Stanley Investment Advisors. Traded on the New York Stock Exchang

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Intermarket Review by David Penn BRAZIL FUND (BZF) The Brazil Fund is a closed-end fund traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The fund is advised by Deutsche Investment Management (Americas) Inc., and has been in existence since April 1988. With total

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Intermarket Review by David Penn THE AMEX GOLD BUGS INDEX ($HUI) The AMEX Gold BUGS (basket of unhedged gold stocks) index represents shares of gold mining and production companies that do not engage in hedging their gold beyond 11?12 years. The index

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:9 (122, 110): Intermarket Review by David Penn The Intermarket Review looks at the China Fund (CHN), Thai Fund (TTF), India Fund (IFN), and Malaysia Fund (MF). The China Fund (CHN) is a closed-end fund under the advisement of Asia Direct Capital

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:6 (82-83): Intermarket Review by David Penn GOLDMAN SACHS COMMODITIES INDEX The Goldman Sachs Commodities Index (GSCI) is a world production?weighted index of commodity prices based on the average quantity of production for the last five years of

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Intermarket Review by David Penn ? MSCI SINGAPORE INDEX FUND ? MSCI HONG KONG INDEX FUND ? MSCI MALAYSIA INDEX FUND ? MSCI JAPAN INDEX FUND

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Intermarket Review by David Penn - JAPANESE YEN - CANADIAN DOLLAR - BRITISH POUND - AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR

Intermarket Review by David Penn

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Intermarket Review by David Penn EURO Originally poised to be both rival and complement to the US dollar in the world of foreign exchange, the euro's miserable start in 1999 has become a stunning bull market by 2004. The euro is the currency of the 12

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Intermarket Review by David Penn GOLDMAN SACHS COMMODITIES INDEX The Goldman Sachs Commodities Index (GSCI) is a world production?weighted index of commodity prices based on the average quantity of production for the last five years of available data. I

Intermarket Review by David Penn

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:11 (84-85): Intermarket Review by David Penn This month's reviews are for: Internet Holdrs Trust (HHH), GSTI Software Index ($GSO), Philadelphia Stock Exchange Semiconductor Index ($SOX), and the Telecommunications Holders Tru

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:10 (72-73): Intermarket Review by David Penn HOLDRS, or Holding Company Depositary Receipts, are exchange-traded products created by Merrill Lynch & Co. that allow individual investors and institutions to own a basket of commo

  • Intermarket Review by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:12 (66-67): Intermarket Review by David Penn How do you spell "inflation"? O-I-L? How about long-term interest rates, such as those attached to the 10-year US Treasury note? If you are a supply-side economist of the Jude Wanni

  • Intermarket Review: Goldman Sachs by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:9 (52-53): Intermarket Review: Goldman Sachs by David Penn GOLDMAN SACHS COMMODITIES INDEX (GSCI) SUBGROUP--PRECIOUS METALS ($GPX) The Goldman Sachs Commodities Index (GSCI) is a world-production weighted index of commodity pr

  • Interview: Creating Trading Strategies With David Pieper

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...David Pieper lives in Germany and has 20 years of financial market experience. After earning the designation of Certified International Investment Analyst (CIIA), he spent several years in investment research at a major German state bank. He is currently

  • Interview: David Landry Of TradingMarkets.com by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Interview: David Landry Of TradingMarkets.com by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan Ever heard of "grandma money management"? If not, ask David Landry, a sometime Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES contributor, to explain. Landry is a cofounder and directo

  • Interview: David Norman On Market Technology by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:3 (76-83): Interview: David Norman On Market Technology by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan Trading's come a long way since the days of the bucket shops, and now, technology and trading have become virtually inseparable. Here's someone who can tell us all

  • Interview: David S. Nasser by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:2 (60-67, 80): Interview: David S. Nasser by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan David S. Nassar is many things: He is the founder and CEO of MarketWise Securities and MarketWise.com, a 20-year veteran trader, a New York Times best-sellin

  • Interview: David Stendahl On Seasonal Patterns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...With over 25 years of experience in trading and designing pattern and momentum-style trading systems, David Stendahl understands risk management. Stendahl is founder and president of Signal Trading Group (SignalTradingGroup.com) and focuses on trading th

  • Interview: David Stendahl by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Interview: David Stendahl by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan David Stendahl is an author, a sometime contributor to STOCKS & COMMODITIES, and an authority in the field of portfolio construction and system design. He has lectured at numerous national and interna

  • Interview: David Vomund Of AIQ by John Sweeney

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...On The Opening Bell - David Vomund Of AIQ David Vomund of AIQ Systems wears a few hats, chief of which is his positions as chief analyst of artificial intelligence?based charting software developer AIQ Systems and the editor of AIQ's newsletter, The Ope

  • Interview: Risk Management With David Stendahl

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...With over 25 years of experience in trading and designing pattern and momentum-style trading systems, David Stendahl knows risk management inside-out. Stendahl is founder and president of Signal Trading Group and focuses on trading the global futures mar

  • Interview: Samuel Eisenstadt Of Value Line by David Penn and John Sweeney

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Disproving The Efficient Market Theory Samuel Eisenstadt Of Value Line For more than 50 years, Samuel Eisenstadt has been one of the major reasons for the phenomenal success of Value Line, Inc., developers of the Value Line Ranking System. Eisenstadt i

  • MIDAS And Intraday Charts by Andrew Coles and David Hawkins

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...MIDAS And Intraday Charts by Andrew Coles and David Hawkins In this third and final part of this series, we will look at how to apply the TB-F algorithm to intraday charts. by Andrew Coles and David Hawkins Like Midas, which is an acronym for market i

  • Market Trend And Midas by Andrew Coles and David Hawkins

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Trend And Midas by Andrew Coles and David Hawkins Here's an in-depth look at an indicator that is part of Midas, the well-known market data analysis system. In this, the first of a three-part series, we will look at the formula used to calculate

  • Modified Volume-Price Trend Indicator by David G. Hawkins

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Modified Volume-Price Trend Indicator by David G. Hawkins Looking for an edge? Use this indicator to detect what the insiders are doing while they are doing it. Using only price and volume data, technicians try to discern what the "smart money" is doi

  • Neutral Options Strategies by David L. Caplan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Here's an overview of using options as a technique to take advantage of unique situations in the futures markets. By David L. Caplan How can you take advantage of the same principles of success that the most profitable corporations in the world, the cas

  • OEX Options Expiration Trading Patterns by David K. Moy

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...STATISTICS Oex Options Expiration Trading Patterns by David K. Moy There's a statistically significant bias in the weekly trading of the Standard & Poor's 100 index, in that the week that options expire is noticeably stronger than the week that follows

OptionStar SS by David Penn

  • Options In Trading Ranges by David L. Caplan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Options In Trading Ranges by David L. Caplan Options have a natural appeal due to the limited risk aspect for the options buyer, but there is a tradeoff: Because of the time decay factor, options lose value. However, as David Caplan, publisher of the Op

  • Overlooked Trading Opportunities by David L. Caplan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Overlooked Trading Opportunities by David L. Caplan Option strategies are, unquestionably, one of the most under-used and overlooked opportunities available to the trader. Properly used, option strategies can provide the trader with significant new trad

PR: Bollinger On Bollinger Bands: The Seminar by David Penn

Point & Figure Charting by David Penn

  • Post-Breakout Patterns by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Post-Breakout Patterns by David Penn Look for these patterns to determine if breakouts continue. I n technical analysis, one of the benefits of focusing on chart patterns is that practice trains the eye to spot emerging chart patterns. This may enable

  • Post-Bubble Problems by David Vomund

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Post-Bubble Problems by David Vomund Identifying these post-bubble problems will help you make appropriate adjustments to your trading system. For the markets, these are extraordinary times. In the last five years we've experienced the largest equity b

Product Review Power Ratings by David Penn

Product Review: AIQ TradingExpert Pro by David Penn

  • Product Review: AllPennyStocks.com by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:12 (122-124): Product Review: AllPennyStocks.com by David Penn ALLPENNYSTOCKS.COM You know you shouldn't. Deep down, you know better, don't you? But still, you just can't help yourself. Twenty cents a share for a company just

Product Review: AmiBroker 4.80 by David Penn

Product Review: Bollinger On Volume Indicators by David Penn

Product Review: ChartFilter by David Penn

Product Review: ChartSmart by David Penn

Product Review: Commodity Explorer by David Penn

Product Review: Direct Pro by David Penn

Product Review: Dynamic Trend Profile 2.0 by David Penn

Product Review: E-Gate by David Penn

Product Review: Elwave 7.1 by David Penn

Product Review: Elwave 8 by David Penn

Product Review: Ensign Windows by David Penn

Product Review: ErlangerQuote by David Penn

Product Review: FX Solutions GTS by David Penn

Product Review: FXCM Trading Station II & GFT DealBook 360 by David Penn

Product Review: FastTrack For The Web by David Penn

Product Review: ForexNews Charts & News by David Penn

Product Review: Foundational Analysis: Select Winning Stocks...by David Penn

Product Review: FutureSource Workstation by David Penn

Product Review: IQ Charts by David Penn

Product Review: IQ Trader by David Penn

Product Review: Interactive Brokers by David Penn

Product Review: Market Master Xec by David Penn

Product Review: Market System Analyzer by David Penn

Product Review: MarketAspects 1.3 by David Penn

Product Review: MarketAspects by David Penn

Product Review: MarketGauge by David Penn

Product Review: MarketWise by David Penn

Product Review: MetaStock for Windows 7.03 by David Penn

Product Review: NeuroShell Trader by David Penn

Product Review: Odds Maker by David Penn

Product Review: OmniTrader 2002 by David Penn

Product Review: OmniTrader 2006 by David Penn

Product Review: Option Evaluator by David Penn

Product Review: OptionVue 5 by David Penn

Product Review: Options Spreads: Generating Exceptional Returns... by David Penn

Product Review: OptionsXpress by David Penn

Product Review: Optionstar 2 by David Penn

Product Review: PhotonTrader by David Penn

Product Review: ProSticks by David Penn

Product Review: Prophet.Net by David Penn

Product Review: QCharts 4.3 by David Penn

Product Review: RealTick 7.6/Hottrend by David Penn

Product Review: RealTick 8.0 by David Penn

Product Review: Reuters PowerScreener 3.0 by David Penn

Product Review: Secrets To Becoming A Samurai Trader by David Penn

Product Review: SoftInvestor by David Penn

Product Review: Stock Watch Pro by David Penn

Product Review: StockShareV2 by David Penn

Product Review: Strategy Runner by David Penn

Product Review: TBOTS by David Penn

Product Review: TCNet by David Penn

Product Review: TechniTrader Home Study Training Course by David Penn

Product Review: Terra Nova Trade Evaluator by David Penn

Product Review: The Futures Academy by David Penn

Product Review: The Options Investigator by David Penn

Product Review: Track 'n Trade Pro 4.0 by David Penn

Product Review: Track 'n Trade Pro by David Penn

Product Review: TradeAccountant by David Penn

Product Review: TradeBolt by David Penn

Product Review: Updata Technical Analyst by David Penn

Product Review: XOCharts by David Penn

Product Review: eASCTrend 6.0 AOE by David Penn

Product Review: eASCTrend 6.0 EODS by David Penn

Product Review: fsXtra Platinum 5.1 by David Penn

Product Review: tymoraPro by David Penn

  • Put-call sentiment indicator by Robert R. Prechter and David A. Allman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Put-call sentiment indicator by Robert R. Prechter and David A. Allman Put/call ratios based on volume and dollar value have been widely used by technicians (see ""Option premiums,"" Stocks & Commodities, December 1989). A third approach has been substa

  • Putting A Stop To It by David Garrard

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A greater focus on your exit strategy and less on your entry may make a big difference in your overall trading results. Investors and traders alike devote a considerable amount of time focusing on what investments to make and what tools to use to m

Quick Scans: OptionBook 2.0 by David Penn

Quick-Scans: eASCTrend by David Penn

  • RSI As An Exit Tool by David Cartwright

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...RSI As An Exit Tool by David Cartwright Over the past 12 years of futures trading, I have taken a singular approach to the use of the relative strength index (see sidebar, ""RSI""). I have discovered that RSI is unreliable for market entry. For exiting

  • Setting Strike Price Probability At Expiration by David White

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:12 (56-59): Setting Strike Price Probability At Expiration by David White Here's one way you can increase your odds for a short-term play. Nassim Taleb's exceptional book, Fooled By Randomness, helped me finally gain the prop

  • Spread trading the CRB Index by John J. Murphy and David J. Hirschfeld

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Spread trading the CRB Index by John J. Murphy and David J. Hirschfeld This article really has two aspects. The first is to introduce the concept of relative strength analysis to commodity markets utilizing CRB Index futures. The second aspect is to sho

  • Squandering Aimlessly With David Brancaccio

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The host of public radio's "Marketplace" wrote a book on what you would do if you came into money. What would you learn?

  • Stochastics Indicators And Trading by David Lundgren

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stochastics Indicators And Trading by David Lundgren Here, first-time STOCKS & COMMODITIES contributor David Lundgren reminds us that the stochastics indicator is just a guide to understanding the trend for trading. Stochastics, or any technical indica

  • Support & Resistance Axioms by David G. Ondercin, Phd

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Support & Resistance Axioms by David G. Ondercin, Phd Here are seven axioms for the practical application of support and resistance levels to your trading. Support and resistance are of central importance to all traders and a necessary starting point f

  • System Optimization Techniques by David S. Nicol

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...System Optimization Techniques by David S. Nicol What is system optimization and is it good or bad? It's a little of both, system designers will tell you. David Nicol explains the whys and wherefores. System optimization is a controversial subject amon

  • TRIX Is For Traders by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...TRIX Is For Traders by David Penn This momentum indicator keeps you in trends for as long as you like. A drawback of moving average? based indicators has always been the lag: Moving averages often provide buy and sell signals long after much of a big m

  • The 2/20-Day EMA Breakout System by David S. Landry

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The 2/20-Day EMA Breakout System by David S. Landry Moving average systems seek to capture meaningful trends. Here's a modified exponential moving average system that uses pattern recognition as a filter for entry rules. Technical approaches to tradin

  • The Crude Mini Cometh by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:9 (78-82): The Crude Mini Cometh by David Penn Minis? Energies? For the little guy, trading energy futures just got easier. What were you doing in the autumn of 1990? Well, if you were a futures trader, and it was sometime in late August or early

  • The Gann Quarterly Revisited by David C. Reif

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Gann Quarterly Revisited by David C. Reif The Gann quarterly chart, a trend-following indicator like other range breakout techniques, was previously described by Jerry Favors in the January STOCKS & COMMODITIES. Most trend-following indicators give

  • The Psychology Of David Ryan by Van K. Tharp, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Psychology Of David Ryan by Van K. Tharp, Ph.D. David Ryan won the U.S. Investing Championships three years in a row. I first interviewed David in May 1988 and again in August 1989. Q: What makes you successful as opposed to the average trader? A:

The Self-Adjusting RSI by David Sepiashvili

  • The Titans Of Technical Analysis by David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Titans Of Technical Analysis by David Penn A not-so-random walk through the history of charting the markets. Many years ago, a poet friend who was editing a collection of contemporary verse noted to me that "about half the working poets in America

  • The Volatility Index by David C. Stendahl

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Volatility Index by David C. Stendahl David Stendahl explains the volatility index (VIX), which measures volatility based on the implied values of eight Standard & Poor's 100 (OEX) options from which the weighted volatility index is derived when com

  • Three Rules, One Easy Way To Trade ETFs by Larry Conners and David Penn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Three Rules, One Easy Way To Trade ETFs by Larry Conners and David Penn Here's a short-term trading strategy to trade exchange traded funds. A famous trader once remarked that he could publish the secrets to his winning trading strategy in the newspape

  • Trading Stochastic Pops by David Steckler

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