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  • Combined Trend and Oscillator Signals by Jeremy G. Konstenius

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Combining Trend and Oscillator Signals by Jeremy G. Konsten Most trading systems fall into two categories. One, the most popular, is the trend-following method, where the signals are oriented toward putting the trader on board long-term trends. The prof

  • Equivalent Option Strategies by Lawrence G. McMillan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Equivalent Option Strategies by Lawrence G. McMillan Stock option traders and futures option traders may think they're already outsmarting stock and futures traders by trading options against their stock or futures positions, but Larry McMillan, author

  • Fibonacci, Elliott And Volatility by Paul G. Williams

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Fibonacci, Elliott And Volatility by Paul G. Williams Suppose we could chart volatility just as we chart conventional prices. Then we could use Elliott wave analysis, Fibonacci characteristics and cycle techniques to forecast greater or lesser volatilit

  • Forex Focus: Major FX: Dollar, Euro, Pound by Shyam G. Devani

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:7 (16-20): Forex Focus: Major FX: Dollar, Euro, Pound by Shyam G. Devani Access to foreign exchange trading has opened up exciting trading options for the retail trader. You can now trade alongside corporations and institution

  • Four-Year Cycles by James G. Arnold

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Four-Year Cycles by James G. Arnold I developed the ""form"" of a long-term up/down cycle of the stock market, as shown in Figure 1a. This form shows that all market trends continue to excess. The up market phase drives prices far above value and the do

  • Has Volatility Lost Its Edge? by Mark G. Levey

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Has Volatility Lost Its Edge? by Mark G.Levey Does volatility still offer the same advantage it once did in trading the Standard &PoorŐs 500 index? HereŐs a followup to previous STOCKS & COMMODITIES articles. From a statistical standpoint, assuming an

  • Historical Patterns In The Long-Term Stock Market by James G. Arnold

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Historical Patterns In The Long-Term Stock Market by James G. Arnold Stock markets have been around a long time, and historically, markets demonstrate some well-defined patterns. At some levels of averaging, one is even tempted to call the long-term mar

  • How Accurate Is The A/D Line? by Lawrence G. McMillan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...How Accurate Is The A/D Line? by Lawrence G. McMillan Maybe not as accurate as you think. Here's one way to get more realistic results. For much of 2001 -- especially the first eight months of the year -- market technicians were often quoted as saying th

How Many Options Actually Expire Worthless? by Lawrence G. McMillan

  • 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

  • Options Strategist Lawrence G. McMillan by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...INTERVIEW: Options As A Strategic Investment I pretty much determined that it was hard to predict stock prices, and of course, back in 1973 and 1974, it was a bear market. Options were a good vehicle for me to work with because of their advantages, like

  • Profiting From Convergence by Ira G. Kawaller

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Profiting From Convergence by Ira G. Kawaller Here are three ways to capitalize on the property of convergence -- the fact that futures prices and spot prices will necessarily come together at the futures expiration. The same concept can be applied to ma

  • Put-Call Ratios by Lawrence G. McMillan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...DERIVATIVES Put-Call Ratios by Lawrence G. McMillan This measure of market sentiment uses options trading volume to measure crowd psychology. Here's one use of the ratio. The ratio of put option volume to call option volume is the major sentiment ind

  • SIDEBAR: 2/20-Day EMA Breakout System by Jeremy G. Konstenius

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Sidebar: 2/20-Day EMA Breakout System Defined Most trading systems fall into two categories. One, the most popular, is the trend-following method, where the signals are oriented toward putting the trader on board long-term trends. The profits acquired d

  • Smoothing Data With Faster Moving Averages by Patrick G. Mulloy

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Smoothing Data With Faster Moving Averages By Patrick G. Mulloy Has the lag time of moving averages ever irritated you? Well, there is a way around it: a modified statistical version of exponential smoothing with less lag time than the standard exponent

  • Smoothing Data With Less Lag by Patrick G. Mulloy

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Smoothing Data With Less Lag by Patrick G. Mulloy Last time, Mulloy discussed basic moving averages, introduced a new filter called DEMA1 and demonstrated a method with which to utilize exponential moving averages. Mulloy also explained how this new fil

  • Spreadsheets - a universal technical analysis program? by Stuart G. Meibuhr

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Spreadsheets - a universal technical analysis program? by Stuart G. Meibuhr A spreadsheet is often the first computer program people buy after getting a computer. Spreadsheets are merely electronic pieces of paper divided into rows and columns, the inte

  • 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

  • Trading The S&P With A Neural Network by Jeremy G. Konstenius

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Trading The S&P With A Neural Network by Jeremy G. Konstenius Here's an example of the steps that one trader took to use a neural network to trade the stock market index futures. Today's technical traders have the opportunity to use sophisticated meth

  • Unraveling The Mystery Of Stock Prices by Boris G. Zinchenko

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Unraveling The Mystery Of Stock Prices by Boris G. Zinchenko Here's a simple method you can apply to interpret financial charts. It uses classical statistics as well as a number of simple chart indicators, which may help you better understand classical

  • Using Options In Takeover Situations by Lawrence G. McMillan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Using Options In Takeover Situations by Lawrence G. McMillan Sometimes, a takeover situation can be as absorbing as watching a professional tennis match or reading an exciting thriller. Can you take advantage of the situation as an observer? Well-known

  • 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

  • Winning Percentage Of A Trading System by Oscar G. Cagigas

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Winning Percentage Of A Trading System by Oscar G. Cagigas The winning percentage is a critical statistic that can influence the speed at which your capital grows. Find out how you can apply it to your trading system. When developing a trading system,







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