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Article Archive For Bonus Issue 2006

  • Avoiding The Herd Mentality In Forex by Todd Gordon, CMT

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (58-60): Avoiding The Herd Mentality In Forex by Todd Gordon, CMT Careful analysis of the technicals along with a good dose of logic and common sense will help you become a more successful foreign exchange trader. There was some interesting price action in the last quarter of 2005 in USD/JPY, with foreign exchange traders anticipating a break of the important 115 level. They got it, but in a rather lackluster fashion. As it turned out, the real level to contend with was 116. Look at the candlestick lows, closes, and Fibonacci support levels from 2002 and 2003 th...

  • BandwidthVolatility Extremes by Barbara Star, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (50-57): Bandwidth Volatility Extremes by Barbara Star, Ph.D. Knowing when volatility has reached extremes could work in your favor. Volatility refers to the range or spread between high and low prices over a given time, be it intraday, daily, or weekly. When price consolidates or moves sideways, the price range is small and volatility is low. However, when the price range expands or prices rise and fall sharply over short periods of time, volatility is high. Volatility shifts from low to high and high to low as price grows, slows, or changes direction. Knowing ...

Better Trade Management With Candlesticks by Tracy Knudsen, CMT

  • Interview: Bob Pelletier Of CSI Data by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (40-45): Interview: Bob Pelletier Of CSI Data by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan Not many current traders can remember a time when commodities weren't a driving force in the markets, but Robert Pelletier, president of CSI, can. Pelletier has a background in statistics, probability theory, and analytical modeling, worked in the Advanced Analytical Methods Laboratories at the General Electric Co. in New York, consulted for the US Navy in Hawaii under Planning Research Corp., and originally formed CSI as a historical market data supplier in 1970. STOCKS & COMMODITIES Edito...

Opening Position by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan

  • Readers' Choice Awards 2006 by Technical Analysis, Inc.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (24-39): Readers' Choice Awards 2006 by Technical Analysis, Inc. We are pleased to present the Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES magazine 2006 Readers' Choice Awards (RCA). Each year, we put before our readers a ballot of products and services related to technical analysis and trading. The following pages present the products and services you and your peers chose this year as your favorites. The Readers' Choice Awards begins each year with a list of products gathered by the editors of STOCKS & COMMODITIES, with space for write-in votes (given that our l...

  • The Gravity Of Trading by Adrienne Toghraie

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (18-21): The Gravity Of Trading by Adrienne Toghraie Make money in the markets? and keep it. Do you want to make money in the markets and learn how to keep it? Then learn to appreciate gravity. There is an oftencited correlation between the laws of gravity and the laws of trading. Gravity is not negotiable and its laws are immutable. It does not care if you ignore them and fall, just as it does not care if you follow them and fly. For many years, market gurus have invoked this principle to explain the facts of life as they apply to trading. Here are the reasons ...

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  • Using Financial Message-Boards by Clem Chambers

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (46-48): Using Financial Message-Boards by Clem Chambers Extract information and trends from the pools of information available on message boards. Market pricing is all about information flow. One of the tenets of efficient market hypothesis is that all information available is already factored into the price of an instrument, be it a stock, a commodity, or a bond. However, one of the glitches that makes the efficient market hypothesis just that --a hypothesis and not a law -- is that all available information is simply not factored into the price. Many facts and ...

WM: Into The Money Flow: Sorting Out The Volume Indicators by S. Yamanaka

Working Money: Technical Signals In The S&P by Charles B. Schaap, D.O.

  • Working Money: Traders' Notebook: Is Daytrading For You? by Alex Buzby

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (22): Working Money: Traders' Notebook: Is Daytrading For You? by Alex Buzby Is Daytrading For You? Here's some practical commentary on those "glamorous" daytrading myths. Are you happy with your day job? Are you in a rut? Let's face it: Most of us are looking to get out of the rat race, and the stories we hear from traders sound good. There seems to be a lot of glamour attached to daytrading -- and trading as a whole -- that it's easy to get drawn in. So you decide to learn about trading. Up to now, you probably have been investing (usually in stocks), but now y...







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