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  • A simple variation of the moving average by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A simple variation of the moving average by Peter Aan General description: The Moving Average Direction System is trend-following; always in the market. Originator: Peter Aan Advantages: Profits from most significant trends; entry technique eliminates

  • Channel breakout by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Channel breakout by Peter Aan Rules and Formulas: Channel systems use the highest and lowest prices in a series. Many possible trading variations can be employed and the one I tested involves finding the highest high and lowest low for the most recent n

  • Combining RSI with RSI by Peter Konne

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Optimization and stop-losses can help you minimize risks and give you better returns. ou would like to be long in a market that's trending up, but what about when the trend turns down? Do you exit and just watch from the sidelines, or do you try

  • Cycle Analysis à la Peter Eliades By Melanie Bowman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Cycle Analysis à la Peter Eliades By Melanie Bowman Perhaps best known in recent months for his Number 1 standing in Timer Digest rankings, Peter Eliades approaches the stock market from a combination of cyclic and technical analysis. Eliades divides hi

  • Delayed Channel Breakout System by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Delayed Channel Breakout System by Peter Aan Originator: Unknown; this is a variation of the simple channel breakout method. Rules and formula: The simple channel breakout is a tried-and-true trading system that has been used for years. The delayed cha

  • Key reversal days by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Key reversal days by Peter Aan Note the differences in this bearish pattern, however. Pattern A requires only a lower close than the previous day and does not require that the previous day's low be penetrated. Pattern B does require such a penetration,

  • Money Management Matrix by Peter Nilsson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:12 (70-71, 73): Money Management Matrix by Peter Nilsson Whether you're a systems trader or a discretionary trader, here's a systematic money management technique you can apply. Being a discretionary trader in stocks as oppos

  • Parabolic stop/reversal by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Parabolic stop/reversal by Peter Aan There are two primary variables for the system: the acceleration factor (AF) increment and the maximum acceleration value. In a long trade, for instance, the daily computation involves subtracting the current reversa

  • Peter Hackstedde: profile of a winning trader by Van K. Tharp, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Peter Hackstedde: profile of a winning trader by Van K. Tharp, Ph.D. It was two o'clock on a Friday afternoon. I found myself having lunch with Peter Hackstedde in the Turf Club at Santa Anita race track. I had just finished two articles on compulsive t

  • Peter Mauthe Of Core Asset Management by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Value Of Valuation Peter Mauthe Of Core Asset Management Money management is simply a process of identifying what to own and when. While there are a number of ways to do so, one unique way is the work of Core Asset Management's Peter Mauthe. STOCKS

  • Relative Strength Index by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Relative Strength Index by Peter Aan Rules and Formulas: The formula for computing the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is well-known and computerized by dozens of commercial software packages. Briefly, to compute a 14-day RSI, you must first collect 14 d

  • Simple moving average crossover by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Simple moving average crossover by Peter Aan Editor's note:In this issue, Peter Aan reports on the first of his tests of different trading systems. He begins with probably the most widely known trading system. General Description: Trend following, alw

  • Tactical stock trading by Peter Eliason

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Tactical stock trading by Peter Eliason We have all heard that there is no solution to predicting the market because price movement is a random walk. The statement is partially right and partially wrong. Price movement may be random, but there is an exa

  • Using Relative P/E Ratios And Technical Analysis by Peter Desnoyers

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Using Relative P/E Ratios And Technical Analysis by Peter Desnoyers Here's why you should track both fundamentals and technicals for trading stocks. The financial storm arrived in New York on October 19, 1987, following a volatile week in the markets.

  • Volatility analysis and simulation used in tactical trading Part 2 by Peter Eliason

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Volatility analysis and simulation used in tactical trading Part 2 by Peter Eliason The tactical trading algorithm, as explained in the March 1989 issue of Stocks & Commodities, is made up of two components: the manipulation of a numerical series to det

  • Volatility analysis in tactical stock trading by Peter Eliason

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Volatility analysis in tactical stock trading by Peter Eliason Every stock, average and index has its own characteristic volatility range that holds the signals of impending price change. The challenge in technical analysis is to recognize and decipher

  • Volatility system by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Volatility system by Peter Aan Rules: The volatility system uses a close-only reversing stop that is activated only on the close and trails behind the most favorable close attained in the trade. Volatility determines how closely the stop will trail the

  • Weekly high/low moving average by Peter Aan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Weekly high/low moving average by Peter Aan Most moving averages of price are based on the closing price (see ""Simple moving average crossover,"" Stocks & Commodities, June 1989), but the weekly variation computes moving averages of the weekly highs an

  • 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

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