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  • 2011 General Forecast

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...2010 out, 2011 in -- and not a moment too soon for most investors. Big changes are already under way in 2011, so be prepared for what the new year has in store for you.

  • A Forecast For Herbalife

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Is Herbalife a Ponzi scheme that should be sold? Bill Ackman seems to think so. What do the charts say?

  • Developing An Expert System To Forecast The Stock Market by Mike Flanagan, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Developing An Expert System To Forecast The Stock Market by Mike Flanagan, Ph.D. Nowadays, computers are often used to develop rule-based trading strategies. Frequently, these rules will be based on work provided by experts; such rule-based models are g


    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...FIBONACCI FORECAST EXAMPLES by Tucker J. Emmett I have a system that I use, with great success, for making short and long term predictions for various segments of the futures market. Recently, I have been asked repeatedly for more descriptive informatio

  • 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

  • Forecast For US Stocks In 2020

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Several factors hint at another bullish year for the major US stock indices.

  • Forecast Oscillator

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The forecast oscillator uses linear regression to predict price and then compares the prediction to the actual price.

  • Martin Zweig Of The Zweig Forecast by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Martin Zweig Of The Zweig Forecast by Thom Hartle Martin Zweig may be a familiar name to you, and that would not be surprising, considering how many different hats he wears: one as editor of The Zweig Forecast newsletter, one as chairman of the Zweig Fu

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  • Setting Up an Excel Spreadsheet for the Forecast Oscillator

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This article is reprinted from Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine, Volume 10, Issue 5 to supplement my recent article "Forecast Oscillator".

  • To Forecast or To Follow by JESSE H. THOMPSON/Technical Analysis staff writer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...To Forecast or To Follow by JESSE H. THOMPSON/Technical Analysis staff writer Browsing the ads of Barron's Financial Weekly or Commodities magazine can be mesmerizing. Financial gurus, ""new discoveries"" and ""wonder"" systems abound. Too much skeptici

  • Using History To Forecast The Future

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...See how the S&P 500 in 1998 could give clues to 2019.

  • Using VIX To Forecast The S&P 500

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Finding a trading system that beats the buy & hold method is a good find, especially in a volatile market. Here is a trading system that uses the volatility index as a forecasting tool and outperforms the buy & hold approach.

  • V.14:6 (262-264) Employment As A Bond Market Forecast by Alex Saitta

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...How good a barometer is the monthly US employment report for the bond market? One analyst decided to find out. By Alex Saitta The US employment report that the federal government releases on a monthly basis contains an assortment of data on many differe

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