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  • A Spreadsheet For Price Ratio Projection Analysis by Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A Spreadsheet For Price Ratio Projection Analysis by Robert Miner Traders who follow Gann and Elliott wave analysis use ratios of past price movement as guidelines for possible turning points in the future. Here, Robert Miner of Gann/Elliott Educators g

  • A Spreadsheet For Time Ratio Analysis by Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A Spreadsheet For Time Ratio Analysis by Robert Miner Traders using ratio of time cycle analysis will find this spreadsheet version of determining target dates of possible cycle highs or lows helpful. The author discusses the use of projected target dat

  • All By His Elf: Robert Nurock by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...All By His Elf: Robert Nurock by Thom Hartle The most money is made in the market by those who are able to identify trends early and stick with them -- not trade out of issues just because they've gone theoretically too far, too fast."" -- Robert Nurock

  • Assessing Risk On Wall Street by Robert W. Hull

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Book Review: Thomas A. Rorro's Assessing Risk on Wall Street. By Robert W. Hull Thomas A. Rorro Sobaro Publishing Company, 1984 Price: $17.95 (202 pages) Thomas A. Rorro's book, Assessing Risk on Wall Street , is indeed a bridge between the investment

  • 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

  • Campaign: April '90 Gold by Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Campaign: April '90 Gold by Robert Miner Every trading action must be made in accordance with the trader's trading plan. Unfortunately, most traders are very disorganized. One of the most useful habits I have developed for trading is to keep a daily tra

  • Computerizing Elliott by ROBERT R. PRECHTER, JR.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Computerizing Elliott by ROBERT R. PRECHTER, JR. A ny discipline that can be explained and quantifed is ultimately programmable, and the Elloitt Wave Principle is no exception. In fact, many aspects probably could be computerized relatively easily. Howe

  • Conquer The Crash by Robert R. Prechter Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Conquer The Crash by Robert R. Prechter Jr. You Can Survive And Prosper In A Deflationary Depression Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, www.wiley.com Author: Robert R. Prechter Jr. It is hard to ignore the idiosyncrasies when studying Elliott wave theory.

  • Cyclical analysis of stock prices with astrology by Robert S. Kimball

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Cyclical analysis of stock prices with astrology by Robert S. Kimball Over the past four years I have participated in a research project that has sought to test the validity of a rather controversial and unorthodox approach to cyclical analysis. The pri

  • Detecting the Minimum Tradable Cycle by Robert Wayman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...TRADING TECHNIQUES Detecting The Minimum Tradable Cycle by Robert Wayman Cycle theorists will tell you that there may be tradable cycles within market data. Before looking for those cycles, though, you must determine the noise level within the data. H

  • Dynamic Multiple Time Frames by Robert Krausz, MH, BCHE

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Dynamic Multiple Time Frames by Robert Krausz, MH, BCHE This private trader, who was profiled in The New Market Wizards, discusses one of his techniques to trade the market based on an early signal for trend direction. Over the years I have studied man

  • Enhanced Williams %R by Robert J. Kinder, Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Enhanced Williams %R by Robert J. Kinder, Jr. The Enhanced Williams %R Index on Volume and Price (EWRVP) is based on the original %R oscillator constructed by Larry Williams. The original %R . considers only changes in price, while the Enhanced Williams

  • Enhancing the Raff Regression Channel by Robert B. McKinnon

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A market follows its primary trend in a zigzag form. The trend direction is easy to see; the real challenge lies in identifying the minor trends. Price channels are a technique used to discover the outer boundaries of the market's action concerning a t

  • Expiration Month And Strike Price For Options by Robert M. Peevey

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Expiration Month And Strike Price For Options by Robert M. Peevey It never hurts to brush up on the basics, we always say, and so here are the basics of options as well as an analysis of the correct option expiration month and strike price to achieve ma

  • Fibonacci-Based Fractal Form And Elliott Waves by Robert R. Prechter Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Fibonacci-Based Fractal Form And Elliott Waves by Robert R. Prechter Jr. The stock market is a tapestry of mathematical relations governed by Fibonacci number ratios. Here's a look at how you can apply Elliott waves to find these ratios, from a master E

  • Form And Pattern As A Trading Tool by Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Form And Pattern As A Trading Tool by Robert Miner Pattern recognition has been the topic of much technical literature. From the Elliott wave theory to Edwards and Magee, traders have been told that some fairly well-defined chart patterns indicate the m

  • Gann Lines and Angles by Robert Pardo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Gann Lines and Angles by Robert Pardo ""Integrated use of Gann Lines and Angles... appreciably enhances the accuracy of the identification and verification of potential turning points."" INTRODUCTION Gann Lines and Gann Angles are technical charting m

  • Interview: Finding Dynamic Moves With Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Robert Miner published his first market report in 1985. In 1989 he published the W.D. Gann Trading Course (no longer available). His most recent book is High Probability Trading Strategies (Wiley). In the early 1990s, he was a first-place winner of a nat

Interview: Managing Money & Risk: Robert Deel by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

  • Interview: Robert Joiner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Robert Joiner has been trading for a few years now, after discovering a little ebook that introduced him to another way to trading beyond the buy & hold method. In his first year of trading he lost a lot of money. After testing numerous trading str

  • Interview: Robert W. Colby, CMT by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Robert W. Colby is senior investment strategist at TradingEducation.com and RobertWColby.com. He is also a consultant to institutional and private investors and traders, providing custom research services and trading systems tailored to clients' objectiv

  • Interview: Tales From The Front: Robert Zellner by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Tales From The Front: Robert Zellner Robert Zellner, whose career has ranged from academic to institutional trader to business manager before settling on full-time private trader, started off with his sights aimed on academia, despite a grandfather who

  • Linking Point & Figure And Bar Charts by Robert Busby, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:1 (30-35): Linking Point & Figure And Bar Charts by Robert Busby, Ph.D. Ever thought of combining these two chart pattern techniques? Find out how. Point & figure is one of the oldest western techniques of charting, tracing i

  • Managing Emotions And Money by Robert J. Hamilton

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Managing Emotions And Money by Robert J. Hamilton The pitfalls of trading are well known to investors as well as traders. As perils go, the star performers by far and away are hope, fear and greed. The mavens of trading theory agree that avoiding these

  • 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 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 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

  • Martingale money management by Robert Pelletier

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Martingale money management by Robert Pelletier An age-old method used by professional gamblers may be useful to the active trader as a means of money management. A martingale, according to Webster's dictionary, is a scheme for doubling your bet size fo

Master Chartist by Robert Bukowski

  • Multiple Time Frame Trading Using Swing Channels by Robert Krausz, MH, BCHE

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Multiple Time Frame Using Swing Robert Krausz, who was featured in Jack Schwager's New Market Wizards, follows up his previous article on the new Gann swing chartist with a detailed presentation on using channels for setting up trading opportunities. In

  • New Market Wizard Robert Krausz by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...INTERVIEW Trading with the Conscious and Subconscious Minds: New Market Wizard Robert Krausz by Thom Hartle Robert Krausz, who was featured in Jack Schwager's The New Market Wizards, is many things: He is a trader, a student of the market, and a practi

  • On the Intuitive Trader: Robert Koppel by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Phenomenology and existentialism and trading? Oh, my! Nothing in Robert Koppel's background as a philosophy academic could have given the slightest clue that he would end up as a floor trader for 17 years before giving that up for yet another career usin

  • Peaking of a grand supercycle by Robert J. Prechter Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Peaking of a grand supercycle by Robert J. Prechter Jr. For 13 years, A. J. Frost and I have made the case that a great ""fifth wave"" bull market--the termination phase of a longer term uptrend--was in force and that it would be followed by a bigger cras

  • Price As A Trading Tool by Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Price As A Trading Tool by Robert Miner A complete approach to trading requires the trader to analyze the market from all perspectives. The three important dimensions of market activity are time, price and pattern. If a trader does not include all three

  • Principles of market activity by Robert Pisani

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Principles of market activity by Robert Pisani Fundamental to the branch of applied economics that I call Market Structure Analysis are three principles which I modestly call ""the Pisani Principles."" These elementary principles, certainly known to mer

Product Review: Robert Krausz's Fibonacci Trader, version 1.93

Product Review: SuperCharts by Robert D. Flori

  • Put-call sentiment indicator by Robert R. Prechter and David A. Allman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Put-call sentiment indicator by Robert R. Prechter and David A. Allman Put/call ratios based on volume and dollar value have been widely used by technicians (see ""Option premiums,"" Stocks & Commodities, December 1989). A third approach has been substa

  • 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

  • Robert R. Prechter Jr. on the Elliott Wave Principle by Thom Hartle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V14:1 (37-42): Interview: Robert R. Prechter Jr. on the Elliott Wave Principle by Thom Hartle It's inevitable: Anyone who enters into the realm of technical analysis runs into a reference to the Elliott Wave Principle sooner or later. Whether you're an

  • Robert von Pentz of Quant Funds

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Robert von Pentz, portfolio manager of the Quant Mid Cap Fund, is a member of Columbia Partners and is responsible for all equity investment activities there. Before he joined Columbia Partners, von Pentz served as chairman of the board and chief investm

  • Seasonal Patterns In The Markets by Robert Steelman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:2 (72-77): Seasonal Patterns In The Markets by Robert Steelman We are creatures of habit, and that affects how we approach the markets. There are many popular beliefs about how to make money in the financial markets, some pop

  • Sidebar: About Renko charts and box sizes by Robert Busby, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:1 (30-35): Sidebar: About Renko charts and box sizes by Robert Busby, Ph.D. Here's an amusing technical phenomenon. The P&F data is computed using a box reversal of one and is then manipulated into four columns in the followin

Sidebar: Emerging market study by Robert Pelletier

  • Sound Systems by Robert Pelletier and Sabrina Carle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:3 (30-35): Sound Systems by Robert Pelletier and Sabrina Carle Too often, trading systems are based on coincidence rather than on sound scientific or mathematical principles. Here's how you can create a trading system based on

  • Survival strategies for exchanges by Dr. Robert A. Wood

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Survival strategies for exchanges by Dr. Robert A. Wood The rate of change in the structure of capital markets appears to be accelerating. Some forces affecting change are the evolution of futures and options markets, computerized trading which permits

  • The Advance-Decline Line Redux by Robert Kinsman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V.14:1 (29-33): The Advance-Decline Line Redux by Robert Kinsman The advance-decline line is an ongoing sum of the difference between the number of stocks closing higher minus the number of stocks closing lower each day. Here's a primer on how to use a

  • The Basics Of Managing Money by Robert P. Rotella

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Basics Of Managing Money by Robert P. Rotella A trader can score that one big win, but it's all for naught if he can't hold onto his profits. Money management is the step both before and after trading, the study of risk and reward and how best to ut

  • The Highs And Lows Of Trading by Edward Robert Florez

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Highs And Lows Of Trading by Edward Robert Florez Here's a war story that illustrates some mistakes that all traders have made at one time or another -- and should keep in mind.. The best-laid plans and analysis can become catastrophically skewed w

  • The New Gann Swing Chartist by Robert Krausz, MH, BCHE

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The New Gann Swing Chartist by Robert Krausz, MH, BCHE This is more than an article that teaches technical analysis. It's also a story about how one professional trader, a New Market Wizard, came into possession of a rare technical method, and the steps

  • The Theory Of Runs by Robert P. Rotella

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Theory Of Runs by Robert P. Rotella Are you the kind of trader who assumes that everything will go your way, only to be hit with a string of disastrous losses? Or are you the kind of trader who assumes that the worst scenario is the most likely one,

  • The optimization of a trading program by Robert C. Pelletier

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The optimization of a trading program by Robert C. Pelletier Many people have purchased software which gives the opportunity to test various parameter combinations to achieve the maximum profit results. For example, a system which may use three moving a

  • Time As A Trading Tool by Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Time As A Trading Tool by Robert Miner As a rule, most trading methodologies, or ""systems,"" simply approach market activity from a price perspective. But such an approach is incomplete; such an analysis of market activity is one-dimensional without th

  • Time, price and pattern by Robert Miner

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Time, price and pattern by Robert Miner This article is taken from the notes of my trading log for a closed and open trade in the platinum market. My trading plan is three-dimensional. I look for coincidences of time, price and pattern in market activit

  • Trends And Moving Averages by Robert Nikifork

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...How do you choose which length and type of moving average to use for chart analysis? Take a look. One commonly used technical indicator is the moving average (MA), which is plotted as a line connecting the average of closing prices over a lookback peri

  • Using Options In Risk Management by Robert J. Hamilton

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Using Options In Risk Management by Robert J. Hamilton Before options were available, the primary vehicle used for risk management was the stop-loss order. Stop-loss orders allow a certain degree of risk management, but they don't allow the user to abso

  • Using basic statistics for stops by Robert W. Hull, Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Using basic statistics for stops by Robert W. Hull, Jr. The primary purpose of this article is to use basic statistics to measure the degree of price volatility that can occur on a daily basis in the copper market. These measures can then be used to pla

  • Velocity of the S&P 500 by Robert A. Wood

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Velocity of the S&P 500 by Robert A. Wood Structural changes in security markets resulting from the introduction of derivative instruments, namely options and futures, have been the focus of extensive study in recent years. More recently, the introducti

  • Volume as a proxy for time by Robert Pisani

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Volume as a proxy for time There are numerous ways to display the market information contained in Market Structure charts. The standard format consists of three parts (Figure 1): the Market Structure Histogram on the left side of the chart, volume at ea

  • Whipsaws, Linear Trends and Simple Moving Averages by Robert Wayman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...TRADING TECHNIQUES Whipsaws, Linear Trends And Simple Moving Averages by Robert Wayman How does whipsaw magnitude affect a simple moving average system? Here's a common solution for the problems of the SMA. Previously, we looked at cycles and found

Working Money: A Developing Depression by Robert R. Prechter and Peter Kendall

Working Money: Customized Portfolio Diversification by Robert Lewis and Rena Gelb






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