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  • Bollinger Bands by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Bollinger Bands by Stuart P. Evens This indicator combines popular technical methods -- moving averages, support/resistance, and envelopes -- with statistical analysis to create a powerful technical analysis tool. Bollinger Bands, used in combination wit

  • Cumulative Volume by Stuart Thomson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Cumulative Volume by Stuart Thomson Do you need a street map in a new city? Do you need any direction before buying or selling a stock? Do you need to know the right time to buy or sell stocks? And, do you need a feeling of certainty once you have acted

  • Cycles In Time And Money by Stuart Belknap, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:5 (28-35): Cycles In Time And Money by Stuart Belknap, Ph.D. Wouldn't you like to be able to identify top and bottom extremes and get signals to open new positions or close current ones? This may help. When was the last time

  • Directional Movement by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Directional Movement by Stuart Evens There's no way around it: Traders trade the trend, be it short term or long term. It follows, then, that there is a need to identify when a market is trending. Here's J. Welles Wilder's directional movement, a set o

Keltner Channel by Stuart Evens

  • Letter to Jake by Stuart J. Pahn

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Letter to Jake by Stuart J. Pahn Dear Jake, You asked me to explain some of the main factors I consider when making a trade. Let me use my most recent trade as an example. As the attached equity run shows, I sold short a contract of June Comex gold on M

  • Momentum And Relative Strength Index by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Momentum And Relative Strength Index Last month, we examined the theory of price momentum. This time, we'll look at two common and popular indicators based on this theory, and how they can be used to enter and exit a market. ""Momentum oscillator" is a

  • Momentum by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Momentum Trend-following methods and indicators have drawbacks: One, they indicate a change in trend after the fact, thereby missing a significant portion of the initial move. Two, markets spend a lot of time not in trends, but in trading ranges -- and u

  • Multiple-Length Stochastics by Stuart Meibuhr

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Multiple-Length Stochastics by Stuart Meibuhr Plotting different indicators together and combining their analyses is a popular analytical method for timing trades. But how about using one indicator and varying its parameters? Stuart Meibuhr takes stocha

  • OEX And The Thrust Oscillator by Stuart Meibuhr

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...OEX And The Thrust Oscillator by Stuart Meibuhr STOCKS & COMMODITIES contributor Stuart Meibuhr suggests using advance-decline data for trading the OEX contract. Is it feasible? Meibuhr explains. The four items of data that describe the advances and de

  • On-Balance Volume by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...On-Balance Volume by Stuart Evens What do technicians look at in order to qualify the significance of a trend? One key element is volume, in that high volume in a trend indicates that large players may be involved. The theory goes that large traders are

  • Plotting Trendlines by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Drawing trendlines may seem simple, but there is a right way and a wrong way to plotting trendlines. With so many different indicators, oscillators, and moving averages making up the science of technical analysis, it is easy to forget about the basics.

  • Sidebar: MetaStock user formulas for UCI by Stuart Belknap, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:5 (28-35): Sidebar: MetaStock user formulas for UCI by Stuart Belknap, Ph.D. METASTOCK USER FORMULAS FOR UCI Volatility (Sigom%) yom:=100*(C-Ref(Mov(C,25,S),12))/ Ref(Mov(C,25,S),12); avyom:=Sum(yom,50)/50; varyom:=Sum(yom*yo

  • 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

  • Stochastics by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stochastics As originally introduced by George Lane, the classic stochastic oscillator is not a normalized relative strength indicator, like most other momentum oscillators. However, it does use closing price in its calculation, but in a way slightly di

  • Stocks According To Trend Tendency by Stuart Meibuhr

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks According To Trend Tendency by Stuart Meibuhr Many times, a question asked of STOCKS & COMMODITIES readers will more than likely find an answer -- and more than an answer, further questions. Such was the article that E. Michael Poulos presented ea

  • Support And Resistance by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Support And Resistance by Stuart Evens Support and resistance are basic tools used by traders to identify key reversal areas. Here's a look at the basics of support and resistance levels and how to determine which levels might be important in the futur

  • Time And Money Charts by Stuart Belknap, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Time And Money Charts by Stuart Belknap, Ph.D. Interested in a universal price display? This might be the ticket. Whether you use indicators, automated setup and signal rules, or any other method, before opening or closing positions you probably read c

  • Triangles: Reversal Or Continuation by Stuart Evens

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Triangles: Reversal Or Continuation by Stuart Evens Look at most any book on the subject of technical analysis, and you'll come across triangles. These formations are usually one of the first chart patterns that novice technicians study, and it deserve

  • Volume Called the Market by R. Stuart Thomson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Volume Called the Market by R. Stuart Thomson By going back to October 1986 we can better understand the market explosion that occurred in January 1987, thanks to our cumulative volume (CV) charts. (See ""Cumulative Volume"" in the June 1986 issue of St







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