Applying Gann Angles To Computer Charts
by Brent Aston
Tried and true and far from being discarded, Gann angles are daily tools for some traders. Here's how to use two of W.D. Gann's central ideas in today's computerized environment.
On Generation X: Jonathan Hoenig Of CapitalistPig
by John Sweeney and Bruce Faber
Trader Jonathan Hoenig, whom Forbes called "the voice of finance for Generation X," hosts an investment radio show called "CapitalistPig" and speaks on the opportunities available in trading and investing for GenXers. Listen.
Market Profile Basics
by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan
Every off-floor trader would like to get a feel for how things really are on the exchange floor. Mastering Market Profile may help you get it.
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Markets Don't Trend, They Burst
by K.D. Angle
Is there really such a thing as a trend?
by Stuart Evens
There are many different ways of constructing channels, and one of the more basic though less well-known is the Keltner channel. Take a look.
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Revenge And Loss
by Adrienne Laris Toghraie
Don't try to get even with the market. Eliminate vengeful trading impulses from your trading repertoire.
by Rudy Teseo
Using candlestick patterns alone to generate buy and sell signals may be risky. Combine them with confirming indicators to increase reliability.
As The Bond Turns
by Alex Saitta
Quick! Is that a turn in the bond market you see? Well, don't jump right away. Trend reversals take time.
Trade Against The Gap
by Stéphane Reverre
Here's a systematic way of trading from close to close, depending on the amplitude of the move from one day to the next.