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  • 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

  • A new cycle analysis trading technique by Russell L. Miller

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A new cycle analysis trading technique by Russell L. Miller This article describes a novel cycle-based day trading system that, under testing, turned in nearly a 300% annualized profit on equity. In most cases, trading with cycles involves entering a po

  • Adding The Human Element To Neural Nets by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D. with Donna L. McCormick

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Adding The Human Element To Neural Nets by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., with Donna L. McCormick Is it possible to train a neural network to ""see"" the way you and I do? These Contributing Writers walk you through their research in selecting chart-based tr

  • Are The Averages in Gear? by Richard L. Evans

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Are The Averages in Gear? by Richard L. Evans What is Dow theory really indicating when the industrial and transportation averages are out of sync? Here's a Dow theory specialist to clarify. One of Dow theory's main tenets and the basis of much modern-

  • Boosting Rates Of Return With Noncorrelated Systems by Richard L. Weissman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Boosting Rates Of Return With Noncorrelated Systems by Richard L. Weissman Here's how adding noncorrelated assets within a trading system and combining noncorrelated systems can help your trading. Mechanical trading systems offer traders and risk manag

  • Breadth Of Fresh Air by Gregory L. Morris

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:12 (36-41): Breadth Of Fresh Air by Gregory L. Morris The significance of the levels of the McClellan summation index can help improve your trading results. I was writing my second book, The Complete Guide To Market Breadth I

  • Calculating Relative Strength Of Stocks by Robert L. Hand Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Calculating Relative Strength Of Stocks by Robert L. Hand Jr. Heavy on consumer stocks? You may want to rethink your strategy and make some adjustments to your portfolio. Robert Hand addresses the shift of leadership early this year from consumer stocks

  • Candlesticks And Intraday Market Analysis by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Candlesticks And Intraday Market Analysis by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny Can the much-ballyhooed candlestick method be helpful in intraday trading? To find out, Gary Wagner and Brad Matheny went through one day's trading via candlesticks for o

  • Candlesticks And Preserving Capital by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Candlesticks And Preserving Capital by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny Candlestick analysis, the Japanese charting method introduced by Steve Nison to Western technicians only a few years ago, has been slowly gaining acceptance to help the technic

  • Candlesticks And The Method Of 3 by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Candlesticks And The Method Of 3 by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny Various uses of the number three, a number of importance in Japanese culture as well as Western culture, can be seen prominently throughout candlestick technique and particularly

  • Candlesticks As A Leading Indicator by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Candlesticks As A Leading Indicator by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny Most technical indicators are coincident with the market - that is, the indicators do not forecast market turns but only turn if the market turns. Certain candlestick formation

  • Candlesticks and the Malaysian Stock Market by Gary S. Wagner, Bradley L. Matheny and F.Tam

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Candlesticks and the Malaysian Stock Market by Gary S. Wagner, Bradley L. Matheny and F.Tam Here's a look at how candlestick technique is applied to the Malaysian stock market, from the developers of Candlestick Forecaster and the director of PI Capital

Christmas Comes Early With The DJIA by John L. Momsen

  • Commercial Floor Traders Identify Value by Donald L. Jones

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Commercial Floor Traders Identify Value by Donald L. Jones STOCKS & COMMODITIES contributor Donald Jones presents the use of Liquidity Data Bank (otherwise known as Market Profile) to analyze the futures market by studying commercial activity. A comm

  • Computers and Market Analysis by Gregory L. Morris

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Are you just starting out as a technical trader? Or are you a veteran who wouldn't mind a refresher course on the basics? Here's a primer for the novice and a reminder for the veteran covering points of interest, including computer hardware, software and

  • Cycles, Volatility, And Chart Formations by Daniel L. Chesler, CTA, CMT

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Cycles, Volatility, And Chart Formations by Daniel L. Chesler, CTA, CMT Understanding the building blocks of classical chart patterns can improve your analysis and trading results. Here's how. A nyone who has studied or traded with classical chart patt

  • Daily stock tendencies by L. R. James

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Daily stock tendencies by L. R. James Most of us who have done a substantial amount of stock trading would agree that the broad market does a lot of funny things. In theory, the stock market is a vast, highly efficient mechanism that takes in informatio

  • Daytrading With Market Value by Donald L. Jones

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:5 (16-23): Daytrading With Market Value by Donald L. Jones Markets are complex, self-regulating, and driven by feedback. The message is clear: Decipher the feedback to understand your market. How can you understand the market

  • Developing A Model With Auction Market Theory by Donald L. Jones

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Developing A Model With Auction Market Theory by Donald L. Jones Here's an intraday trading model that uses auction market theory. A tenet of auction market theory is the unpredictability of the markets. An auction market model is built from market kno

  • Dow Theory Confirmation And Divergence by Richard L. Evans

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Dow Theory Confirmation And Divergence by Richard L. Evans According to one of the most important tenets of the Dow theory, the Dow Jones Industrial and Transportation Averages must confirm each other to be able to derive forecasting significance from t

  • Enhancing index stock portfolios with futures by Donald L. Jones and Timothy L. Walsh

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Enhancing index stock portfolios with futures by Donald L. Jones and Timothy L. Walsh The benefits of diversification are well known: most investment managers diversify by including bonds and cash in a stock portfolio already diversified across many ind

  • Enhancing index stock portfolios with futures by Donald L. Jones and Timothy L. Walsh

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Enhancing index stock portfolios with futures by Donald L. Jones and Timothy L. Walsh The benefits of diversification are well known: most investment managers diversify by including bonds and cash in a stock portfolio already diversified across many ind

  • Estimating the Market Profile Value Area for intraday trading by Donald L. Jones

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Estimating the Market Profile Value Area for intraday trading by Donald L. Jones T he prime question for every trader is whether to get into a market, or if in, whether to stay in or get out. Since these questions must be decided on the basis of inadequ

  • Exits, Stops And Strategy by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., and Donna L. McCormick

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Exits, Stops And Strategy by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., and Donna L. McCormick Everyone's looking for entry trading signals, but what about after you're in the trade? Here are different techniques for making a graceful -- and profitable -- exit. Previous

  • Facelift for an Old Favorite by Gregory L. Morris

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Facelift for an Old Favorite by Gregory L. Morris ""There are many ways in which the Relative Strength Index can be adjusted and redefined."" Technical analysts who have not heard of J. Welles Wilder, Jr., and more specifically, his Relative Strength I

  • Forex Focus: Is Gold A Hedge Against A Falling Dollar? by John L. Momsen

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 25:2 (14-18): Forex Focus: Is Gold A Hedge Against A Falling Dollar? by John L. Momsen Access to foreign exchange trading has opened up exciting trading options for the retail trader. You can now trade alongside corporations and

  • Guidelines With Support And Resistance by Richard L. Evans

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Guidelines With Support And Resistance by Richard L. Evans Given the explosive growth of the financial markets, with all the derivative products and the increased complexity of trading strategies, all aided by the evolution of computers, some exotic for

  • 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

  • Identifying Significant Chart Formations by Daniel L. Chesler

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Before computers became commonplace, technical traders spent most of their time studying their charts, looking for consolidation and reversal patterns. Today, many traders have moved away from using classic chart patterns to methods based on quantifiable

  • Japanese Stocks: Potential Calamity Or Business As Usual? by Eric L. Sharp

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Japanese Stocks: Potential Calamity Or Business As Usual? by Eric L. Sharp Market calamities can be interesting, profitable and even fun to watch. We've had a few of our own in the U.S., with the savings and loan debacle and the junk bond market hijinks

  • Locating value with auction market data by Donald L. Jones

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Locating value with auction market data by Donald L. Jones There are two fools in every market. One asks too little, one asks too much. -- Old Russian proverb The search for value in markets is a never-ending quest, since value changes with underlying

  • 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/Liquidity Data Bank: A procedural outline by Donald L. Jones

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Profile/Liquidity Data Bank: A procedural outline by Donald L. Jones The Chicago Board of Trade's Market Profile/Liquidity Data Bank report is an unparalleled source of market- generated information. Each price traded during the day is identified

  • Market Timing and Candlesticks by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Timing and Candlesticks by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny When to buy and what? Those are the questions that have plagued market participants the world over. Here's a proposal on how to use candlesticks to time the market. To be successf

  • Market Vane Transformations by Kenneth L. Kinkopf Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Market Vane Transformations by Kenneth L. Kinkopf Jr. The sentiment readings of the Market Vane service is a poll taken daily from futures trading advisors indicating the percentage that are bullish at that moment. Ironically, market consensus is used a

  • 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

  • Moving Averages with Resistance and Support by Dennis L. Tilley

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Moving averages are a popular way to signal trends. Combine moving averages and the classic chart analysis of support and resistance for trading mutual funds. Most simple moving average systems require one or two additional confirmation signals to avoi

  • 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

  • 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

  • Pattern Recognition And Candlesticks by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Pattern Recognition And Candlesticks by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny Here's a look at the new order of artificial intelligence linked with the old order of candlestick charting By now, who hasn't heard of the Japanese form of charting called c

  • Playing copper by Eric L. Sharp

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Playing copper by Eric L. Sharp Perhaps the best way to succeed in futures trading is to pick up early on major trends and stay with them for all they're worth. Copper went into a major bull market in early 1987, almost tripling in value from the start

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

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Profitability of selected technical indicators by Steven L. Kille and Thomas P. Drinka, Ph.D In previous issues of this magazine, we have reported the results of applying moving averages, momentum, Williams' %R, and Wilder's Relative Strength Index to C

  • 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

  • Profitability of selected technical indicators: U.S. T-Bond futures by Steven L. Kille and Thomas P.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Profitability of selected technical indicators: U.S. T-Bond futures by Steven L. Kille and Thomas P. Drinka In the December 1985 issue of this magazine, we reported the results of applying moving averages, momentum, %R, and Relative Strength (RSI) to fi

  • 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

  • Regressions in hard commodities by L. R. James

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Regressions in hard commodities by L. R. James The possibilities for precious metals price rises are present, but so are the possibilities for their decline. The bond market and the Federal Reserve give every indication of being intolerant of anything m

  • Relative Strength Investing by Robert L. Hand Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Relative Strength Investing by Robert L. Hand Jr. Many believe that the stock market is rigged and the average small investor has no chance against the institutional investors. In reality, the stock market gives the individual investor more opportunity

  • Seasonality and Trading by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., with Donna L. McCormick

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Seasonality and Trading by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., with Donna L. McCormick This month, this trader and consultant looks at seasonality as the basis of a trading system. My search for successful systems began with the brute-force application of neura

  • Secure Fractional Money Management by L. Zamansky, Ph.D., and D. Stendahl

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Secure Fractional Money Management by Leo J. Zamansky, Ph.D., and David C. Stendahl Here's how to find a new fractional value of capital to invest in every trade to maximize returns subject to a constraint on drawdown, using a variation of the optimal f

  • Sidebar: Neoticker code and trading system to calculate AIM by L. Chan & L. Lin

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Sidebar: Neoticker code and trading system to calculate AIM by L. Chan & L. Lin - NEOTICKER CODE TO CALCULATE AIM - NEOTICKER TRADING SYSTEM WITH ADVANCE ISSUES MOMENTUM

  • Sidebar: Neoticker code and trading system to calculate AIM by L. Chan & L. Lin

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Sidebar: Neoticker code and trading system to calculate AIM by L. Chan & L. Lin - NEOTICKER CODE TO CALCULATE AIM - NEOTICKER TRADING SYSTEM WITH ADVANCE ISSUES MOMENTUM

  • 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

  • Staying with the markets by Eric L. Sharp

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Staying with the markets by Eric L. Sharp Experience is a great teacher, but she charges such horrendous fees. Traders in both the cash and futures markets know that better than anyone. Anything that increases your insight into directions and targets fo

  • System Optimization And Money Management by L. Zamansky, Ph.D., and M. Stolz

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...System Optimization And Money Management Most traders focus on optimizing the trading system rules and ignore money management rules until after the system rules have been established. Here's why you should test both sets of rules simultaneously. Moder

  • Tactical stock trading by Hugh L. Logan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Tactical stock trading by Hugh L. Logan Peter Eliason's stock trading technique (""Tactical stock trading,"" Stocks & Commodities, March 1989 and ""Volatility analysis and simulation used in tactical trading,"" Stocks & Commodities, July 1989) sounded s

  • Technically Trading The Yen With Money Management by Timothy L. Krehbiel, Thomas P. Drinka, and Gise

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Technically Trading The Yen With Money Management By Timothy L. Krebiel, Thomas P. Drinka, Gisele F. Hamm Any good trading methodology includes selecting the best indicators for a tradeable and applying money management techniques to hold on to profits.

  • 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

  • Testing Exit Strategies by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., and Donna L. McCormick

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Testing Exit Strategies by Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., and Donna L. McCormick Everyone's looking for entry trading signals, but what about after you're in the trade? Last time, Katz and McCormick looked at different techniques for making a graceful -- and

  • The Bad, The Good, And The Profitable by John L. Momsen

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Bad, The Good, And The Profitable by John L. Momsen Here's why you have to research your trades as thoroughly as possible. In February 2003, I received an intriguing email from one of my friends. He said he had discovered a nearly perfect, 94% prof

  • The Essence Of Dow Theory: Confirmation And Divergence by Richard L. Evans

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Essence Of Dow Theory: Confirmation And Divergence by Richard L. Evans The Dow theory tenet that the Dow Jones Industrials and Dow Jones Transports must ""confirm"" one another is listed perfunctorily in most Dow theory discussions, but confirmation

  • The Hourly Liquidity Data Bank As A Tool For Day Traders by Donald L. Jones & C. Young

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Hourly Liquidity Data Bank As A Tool For Day Traders by Donald L. Jones & C. Young How hourly data from the Chicago Board of Trade's Liquidity Data Bank can help day traders manage their positions. A typical day trader takes a position and then wa

  • The Maximum Favorable Excursion Strategy by D. Stendahl and L. Zamansky

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Maximum Favorable Excursion Strategy by David C. Stendahl and Leo J. Zamansky Maximum favorable excursion (MFE) is the peak profit that a trade earns before the trade is closed out. Reviewing the performance of a trading system allows us to measure

  • The Phase Method: 1998 by Christopher L. Cagan, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Phase Method: 1998 by Christopher L. Cagan, Ph.D. Here's a unique technique to understand the cycles prevalent in the markets. The broad movement of the stock market, as measured by the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), tends to rise and fall o

  • The Range Indicator by Jack L. Weinberg

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V.13:06: (238-242): The Range Indicator by Jack L. Weinberg Here's a new indicator based on the change in a day's trading range as evidence of the start of a new trend in a market. Markets tend to trade in relatively tight price ranges most of the ti

  • The electronic bulletin board comes of financial age by Marshall Rens and Federico L. Brown

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The electronic bulletin board comes of financial age by Marshall Rens and Federico L. Brown If you've never explored one, computer bulletin boards must seem b-o-r-i-n-g -- a bunch of hacker nerds earnestly arguing via their personal computers the merits

  • The overlay profile for current market analysis by Donald L. Jones and Christopher J. Young

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The overlay profile for current market analysis by Donald L. Jones and Christopher J. Young Market analysis seeks to determine the condition of the market because the trader who knows whether a market is trending, bracketing or in transition is better a

  • The trade facilitation factor by Donald L. Jones

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The trade facilitation factor by Donald L. Jones A cardinal rule for traders using the Chicago Board of Trade's daily Liquidity Data Bank report is to avoid markets that are not ""facilitating"" trade. Over a period of days, such markets are characteriz

  • Trade Crude Now by John L. Momsen

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Trade Crude Now by John L. Momsen Don't brush aside a straightforward futures trade just because you think it's too risky. Try combining seasonals with options -- you might be pleasantly surprised. A simple option spread combined with a seasonal trade c

  • Trading And The Emotional Boomerang by Adrienne L. Toghraie

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...rading And The Emotional Boomerang by Adrienne L. Toghraie How are your emotions affecting your trading? They don't, you say? But they do. Even though you may not be aware of it, your emotions are always influencing your trading. Since we are forever in

  • Trend Exhaustion Index by Clifford L. Creel, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...When a price trend changes direction, it is sometimes difficult to predict whether that change is just a small correction or the start of a major trend change. I use a simple indicator, which I call the trend exhaustion index (TEI), to help interpret suc

  • Trend of the trend by Gregory L. Morris

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Trend of the trend by Gregory L. Morris Most indicators of trend are taken for granted even though many times they are used successfully by stock and commodity traders. It has been my experience that blindly following canned indicators can lead you into

Triggering Your Trading Signal by Benjamin L. Cotton

  • Using Candlesticks And Oscillators by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Using Candlesticks And Oscillators by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny Blending East with West, candlesticks with Western trading techniques and using the computer to boot: Combine candlesticks with oscillators. Candlestick charting has come a lo

  • Variable Cycle Lengths And Intraday Candlestick Analysis by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Variable Cycle Lengths And Intraday Candlestick Analysis by Gary S. Wagner and Bradley L. Matheny Trading methods often use different length filters for generating trades, both entries and exits. The most common filters are moving averages with differen

  • Walk-Forward Testing by Jack L. Weinberg

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 27:01 (48-53): Walk-Forward Testing by Jack L. Weinberg Here's how you can use walk-forward testing as a tool to compare trading systems and gain insight into comparing the future performance of systems. Recent advances in tradi







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