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  • Bonds vs. Stocks: A Historical View by Tim Hayes

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Bonds Vs. Stocks: A Historical View by Tom Hayes Relative value is a familiar buzzword when it comes to comparing bonds and stocks. But is it accurate? There are criteria that must be specified for comparisons, as Tim Hayes of Ned Davis Research Inc. po

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  • Historical Highs, Unemployment, Evergreen Returns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Profiling the right stock is vital for you as a trader if you ever want to make stellar returns. Here's one stock that could be an "evergreen" stock.

  • 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

  • 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

  • Historical Perspective On Bull Markets

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A major bull run may form in the next six to 18 months, and you need three things to succeed.

  • Historical Volatility And Pattern Recognition

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A market tends to move swiftly from periods of price consolidation to new levels. Here's how to recognize the setup before a market moves out of a short-term consolidation, from the authors of Street Smarts: High Probability Short-Term Trading Strategies

  • SIDEBAR: Calculating Historical Volatility - Technical Analysis, Inc.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...CALCULATING HISTORICAL VOLATILITY - Technical Analysis, Inc. Historical volatility is the annualized standard deviation of the one-day price changes of the security or futures contract. To perform this calculation in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (as ca

  • SIDEBAR: Historical Market Turning Points

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...HISTORICAL MARKET TURNING POINTS The Kinsman smoothed A-D has caught major trend changes in the market well over the past two decades. The most recent of these: 1987 1 Selecting norms for 1987 was one of the more complicated exercises in using this os

  • The Historical Dow by Carl Sundquist

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Historical Dow by Carl Sundquist Recently, The Wall Street Journal completed 94 years of continuous publication of the Dow Jones Industrial and Railroad (now Transportation) averages. Quite a record. Charles Dow, the first editor and founder of The

  • Trending on a Historical Basis by Alex Saitta

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V.13:08 (345-347): Trending on a Historical Basis by Alex Saitta The question is as old as technical analysis itself: Does the market trend? Here's a method to determine the degree to which markets trend historically. In addition, there's a comparison o

  • VIX Or Historical Volatility?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Position sizing is an often overlooked variable when it comes to strategizing your trades. There are different ways to decide how big your positions should be and here we look at a unique approach to size your positions using volatility






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