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  • 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

  • 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

  • RSI As An Exit Tool by David Cartwright

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...RSI As An Exit Tool by David Cartwright Over the past 12 years of futures trading, I have taken a singular approach to the use of the relative strength index (see sidebar, ""RSI""). I have discovered that RSI is unreliable for market entry. For exiting

  • 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

  • Traditional chart analysis: A neglected tool? by Thomas Aspray

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Traditional chart analysis: A neglected tool? by Thomas Aspray With the virtual explosion of computerized technical analysis over the past few years, some basic methods of analysis are often forgotten or at least neglected. I confess that I have even co

  • Trendlines as a Technical Tool by Joe Luisi

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...NOVICE TRADER Trendlines As A Technical Tool Applying trendlines to charts is a classic form of analysis. Here are some of the basics of using this tool. by Joe Luisi Trendlines, which are one of the most basic techniques in chart analysis, are line

Working Money: Relative Strength As A Selling Tool by Michael J. Carr, CMT






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