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Article Archive For APR2019

  • Adaptive Exponential Moving Average

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Trends provide opportunities to eke out some profits from the market. But how do you know when a trend is a trend? Here's one indicator that could help you figure that out...

  • The Best Chart Pattern Entry

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Can traders better time the entry?...

  • Inertia & Momentum In The Futures Market

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...The futures markets are known for their excessive price cycles. This cyclical nature attracts speculators who like to take on the high risks associated with them. That doesn't mean retail traders can't trade futures. They just need a different perspective...

  • A Reliable Set Of Technical Indicators

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...With so many indicators to choose from, it often becomes difficult to identify a few that work well together. Here is one trader's set of favorite indicators...

  • Interview: Linda Bradford Raschke

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...This recognizable name occupies a place in trading history after nearly four decades of trading and sharing her experiences about it. Linda Bradford Raschke began her trading career in 1981 on the floor of the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange before moving to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, then trading from her home and eventually starting several hedge funds. She co-authored Street Smarts: High Probability Trading Strategies For The Futures And Equities Markets with Laurence Connors in 1996 and has recently come out with a new book, Trading Sardines: Lessons In The Markets By A Lifelong Trader....

  • The Fallacy Of Adjusting The Stop-Loss To Breakeven

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Tightening the stop-loss is a key risk management concept, but moving it to breakeven for no technical reason invites subjectivity into your decision-making, potentially preventing yourself from making a profit...

  • The V-Trade Part 10: Trading With Leverage

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Parts 1 through 9 of this series covered the building blocks for a complete trading strategy, including the technical analysis used and the trading rules. The series continues here with some practical information on getting started and setting up a trading account...

  • 401(k): Set It And Forget It

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Worried about a shortfall in your retirement income? Don't overlook using your retirement accounts to prepare for your days ahead...

  • Swing Trading 50/200 SMA Channels

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Could a moving average channel help you find stocks that are reversing and have some momentum behind them? Try this technique for finding entries and exits while avoiding false breakouts...

  • Algo Q&A

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Have a question about system or algo trading? Kevin J. Davey is a full-time trader, and has over 25 years of system trading experience. Send your questions or topic suggestions to Kevin Davey at kdavey@kjtradingsystems.com. Selected questions will appear in a future issue of S&C. This month: Which Platform Should I Use?...

  • Futures For You

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Want to find out how the futures markets really work? DeCarley Trading senior analyst and broker Carley Garner answers your questions about today's futures markets. This month: Looking For A Focus On The Fundamentals...

  • Trading Perspectives

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Rob Friesen is a professional trader and president & COO of Bright Trading (www.stocktrading.com), a proprietary trading firm hosting independent trader/members, an online trading school, and utilizing the StockOdds database (www.stockodds.net). This column shares his thoughts and outlooks on trading, locating opportunity, probabilistic outcome, and maintaining perspective throughout industry changes...

  • Explore Your Options

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Got a question about options? Jay Kaeppel has over three decades of experience in the options markets. He was a head trader for a CTA firm, an options trading software developer, and is a portfolio manager for an investment management firm. This month: Making Adjustments To An Option Position...

  • Traders' Tips

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...For this month's Traders' Tips, the focus is Vitali Apirine's article in this issue, "Adaptive Exponential Moving Average." Here, we present the April 2019 Traders' Tips code with possible implementations in various softwa...

  • Books For Traders

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...The following selection of book descriptions represents a sampling of recent book releases in the investing field. This month: Trading Sardines: Lessons In The Markets From A Lifelong Trader; The 100 Best Stocks To Buy In 2019; The Everything Guide To Investing In Cryptocurrency: From Bitcoin To Ripple, The Safe And Secure Way To Buy, Trade, And Mine Digital Currencies; Tailored Wealth Management: Exploring The Cause And Effect Of Financial Success; Extraordinary Popular Delusions And The Madness Of Crowds...

  • Trade News & Products

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...The Trade News & Products section presents announcements of new or updated products related to the trading industry. This month: Options On Futures Added To Ninjatrader Brokerage; New Backtesting Capabilities In Tradesignal 9; Advicetrade Launches Fatrader For Fundamental Analysis; eSignal Release Offers Enhancements; CMT Association 46th Annual Symposium...

  • Futures Liquidity

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Trading liquidity is often overlooked as a key technical measurement in the analysis and selection of commodity futures. The following explains how to read the futures liquidity chart published by Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES every month...








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