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Article Archive For Keyword: Vs

  • Actual Vs Consensus

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The S&P declined by over 54 points on Friday March 22, 2019, and yet Tiffany & Co., (TIF) shares climbed, so what does this tell us about the stock?

  • Archer Daniels Midland: Momentum Vs. Resistance

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Will strong overhead Fibonacci resistance turn ADM back down, or will the power of an established trend power right on through the barrier?

  • Battle of Bulls vs. Bears

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Lessons from warfare that can improve your trading ability.

  • Black-Scholes vs. Cox-Ross-Rubinstein By John W. Labuszewski and John E. Nyhoff

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Black-Scholes vs. Cox-Ross-Rubinstein By John W. Labuszewski and John E. Nyhoff Professors Fischer Black and Myron Scholes of the University of Chicago introduced, in 1973, what was to become the most commonly cited option pricing model. This was a fort

  • Bollinger Bands Vs. Trading Bands

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Battle of the bands! (Cue air guitar.) Two distinctly different, yet similar trading tools.

  • Bonds vs. Stocks: A Historical View by Tim Hayes

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Bonds Vs. Stocks: A Historical View by Tom Hayes Relative value is a familiar buzzword when it comes to comparing bonds and stocks. But is it accurate? There are criteria that must be specified for comparisons, as Tim Hayes of Ned Davis Research Inc. po

  • Bull Call vs. Bull Put Spread (CME#9)

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Is a credit spread a better strategy than a debit spread just by reason of the credit?

  • Candlesticks Vs. Bar Charts

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...When you look at your charts, do you understand everything they're telling you?

  • Candlesticks Vs. Bar Charts by Rudy Teseo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Candlesticks Vs. Bar Charts by Rudy Teseo When you look at your charts, do you understand everything they're telling you? Most books and articles on candlestick charting point out that any patterns occurring in bar charts (cup with handle, head and sho

  • ETFs vs. Mutual Funds: Which Way To Go?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Even short-term traders will have some investments they hold for the longer term. But even those longer-term investments need some monitoring from time to time. Here's how you can apply a momentum strategy using technical analysis tools to help select mu

  • FILTER PRICE DATA: Moving Averages vs. Exponential Moving Averages by Jack K. Hutson

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...FILTER PRICE DATA: Moving Averages vs. Exponential Moving Averages by Jack K. Hutson In the process of collecting stock or commodity time series data, such as daily closes, we lose a significant quantity of information. We are examining a single point (

Forward Contracts Vs Spot Currency by Brian Twomey

  • Going Long vs. Going Short by Zvi Benyamini

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Going Long vs. Going Short by Zvi Benyamini There's a world of difference between uptrends and downtrends. Here's a look at different setups and how you can use them to succeed in long and short positions. When I first began selling short a few years b

  • Iamgold High Relative Strength vs. Broad Market

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The broad markets may look a little shaky right now, but the gold/silver industry group is still chugging higher. Here's a look at one of the better performers in the precious metals complex.

  • Investment VS Trading In Covered Call Writing by Jay Kaeppel

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...With the investment approach, shares of stock are viewed as rental property and calls are written to generate additional income from what is expected to be a longer-term stock investment. The trading approach involves executing buy/writes based o

  • MRVL's High Relative Strength Vs. NASDAQ 100

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Marvell Technology Group shares are in a bullish weekly trend, handily outperforming most other components in the NASDAQ 100.

  • Novice Traders' Notebook: The Eve & Eve Double Bottom Vs. The Double Bottom

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Novice Traders' Notebook: The Eve & Eve Double Bottom Vs. The Double Bottom There are different types of double bottoms, as Thomas Bulkowski's article "Eve & Eve Double Bottoms," will attest. The notable difference between the classic double bottom and

  • ORH: Superior Relative Strength Vs. Broad Market

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Here's a look at Odyssey Re Holdings, the strongest stock in the strongest industry group compared with the New York Composite Index.

  • Oil Services Vs. Banks -- Who's Stronger?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...At first glance, the Oil Service Index/Bank Index Ratio chartwould seem to imply strength in the banking sector, but that's not the case.

  • Oil vs. Airlines: Airlines Poised To Take Flight?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Oil Index and Airline Index charts suggest that airlines are the stronger sector of the two -- for the moment.

  • Option shooters vs. spreaders by Jerry Kopf

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Option shooters vs. spreaders by Jerry Kopf Option market timers and option relationship traders occupy major places in the spectrum of call and put investors. Timers or ""shooters"" go for the ""home run"" by simply buying premium (i.e., going long a p

  • Price Vs. Speed by Don Bright

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Price Vs. Speed by Don Bright Here's a look at the order handling of the New York Stock Exchange versus over-the-counter equities. Over the last few months, I've been following the discussion, and even controversy, surrounding the best way to handle eq

  • Proactive vs. Reactive Trading by Adrienne Laris Toghraie

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Proactive Vs. Reactive Trading by Adrienne Laris Toghraie There are many different styles used by individual traders, some proactive, some reactive. Either can work and either can fail. Here's why. One of the reasons why so few traders succeed has to

  • Risk vs. exposure by Philip Gotthelf

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Risk vs. exposure by Philip Gotthelf Flip a coin. What are your chances of ""heads,"" assuming a fair coin? The obvious answer is 50/50. The probability of any event such as a coin flip is similar to the risk associated with an investment. In effect, ri

  • SIDEBAR: ADD-ONS VS. PYRAMIDING

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...ADD-ONS VS. PYRAMIDING A paragraph explaining the difference between add-ons and pyramiding.

  • SIDEBAR: Statistical vs. practical significance by Technical Analysis, Inc.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...SIDEBAR: Statistical vs. practical significance by Technical Analysis, Inc. Let's look more closely at practical significance when using chi-square methodology. First, you need to specify two different hypotheses. They are frequently called the null and

  • Self-Discipline Vs. Self-Sabotage

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The rush of trading could send us into a frenzy of fear or greed, clouding our judgment and even ruining what could have been a good trade. Only self-discipline can keep us on track.

  • Technical Vs. Fundamental

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...What's the difference, exactly?

  • The Andrews Pitchfork Vs. Speed Resistance Lines

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Can you ever have too much support?

  • The Elliott Wave Vs. The Random Walk In The Battle Of The Century

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Elliott wave theory proves once again that the market is no random walk in the park.

The Elliott Wave Vs. The Random Walk In The Battle Of The Century

  • The Trader's Reason vs. Emotion by Terry S. Brown

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Trader's Reason vs. Emotion by Terry S. Brown In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Victor Sperandeo had a brilliant track record day trading stocks, commodities and especially the Standard & Poor's 500 and NYFE futures. He had an idea. ""I was trading

  • Trade War - USA Vs. China

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Technical analysis of stocks provides clues as to which nation could lose the least.

  • Trade War - USA Vs. China - Part Two

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Two stock indices to watch during the economic struggle.

Trading Tradeoffs With Risk Vs. Reward by Norman J. Brown

  • Trading Vs. Buy & Hold by Glenn A. Barlis

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Trading Vs. Buy & Hold by Glenn A. Barlis Here's a look at the profit potential of trading compared with buy & hold. Numerous strategies for accumulating wealth through stock investments have held prominence over the years. Conventional wisdom used to

  • Trading Vs. Forecasting: What's The Difference?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Trading is about recognizing present opportunities where the risk-to-reward is favorable. Forecasting, on the other hand, is outcome dependent. Find out how you can use both and take advantage of those opportunities

  • Value vs. Growth 2001

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Value season? Growth season? In 2001, it was hard to tell the difference. Plus: Will gold glitter once again?

  • WTI Weekly: Bullish Fundamentals Vs. Bearish Market Structure: Structure Wins

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In this article, we examine the order flow and limit order book data in the WTI futures market that provides insight into the sell-side price discovery and establishment of key resistance for Wednesday, July 31, 2019's auction amidst a substantial b

Working Money: Bollinger Bands Vs. Trading Bands by John Devcic

Working Money: Self-Discipline Vs. Self-Sabotage by Roberto Chahin

  • Working Money: The Andrews Pitchfork Vs. Speed Resistance Lines by S. Yamanaka

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Working Money: The Andrews Pitchfork Vs. Speed Resistance Lines by S. Yamanaka Can you ever have too much support? One of the pitfalls of using technical analysis to gauge stock movement is that it often depends on whether a stock is trending. In the e

  • Wyckoff Part 4: Supply vs. Demand

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Analyzing supply and demand for a particular security will aid the trader in determining that security's readiness to move. Prices will rally when demand is in control and fall when supply is in control. Being able to recognize this supply/demand

  • {Put}, @Index vs. Copy by A.O.T. Fayiga, M.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...{Put}, @Index vs. Copy by A.O.T. Fayiga, M.D. When writing macros in Lotus 1-2-3, one always tries to find the programming method that runs the fastest. But complexity is not synonymous with speed. Sometimes, using {Put}, @Index, and {For} loops saves y







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