S&C CONTENTS PAGE November 2003, Vol. 21 No. 11
Does The Market Have A Personality?
by James Kellndorfer
Here's how you can convert the NYSE's tick into a sentiment indicator using statistical analysis.
The Zigzag Trend Indicator
by Spyros Raftopoulos
Zigzag is a powerful filter, but it has its problems. Here's a technique that incorporates the power of zigzag into a more valid and tradable indicator.
The CCI Trade
by Thomas N. Bulkowski
It's not when you buy but when you sell that counts.
by Phil Abel
The Monte Carlo simulation, a statistical technique used to model the expected outcomes of a random series of events, also has valuable applications in evaluating a systematic trading program.
by David Penn
When it comes to investing, it is often wise to go with the flow.
Swing Trading With Trendlines
by Phillip S. Duke, Ph.D.
All trends, whatever they are, last only so long.
Trading With Open Interest
by John Boere
Analyzing the open interest of equities provides insight into market direction.
by Dennis D. Peterson
A handy device -- available free.
Are You Trading On Borrowed Time?
by Matt Blackman
Some sobering thoughts for those getting their second wind in trading.
by Don Bright
This professional trader answers your most pertinent questions.
Explore Your Options
by Tom Gentile
Got a question about options? Get your answer here.
Finding Out About Fractals
by Clem Chambers
How are fractals related to the financial markets?
by David Penn
This enduring sentiment indicator was designed for futures markets.
Trading Futures With Charles LeBeau
by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan
Charles LeBeau's been trading stocks and futures for more than 40 years. What can he tell us?
Data Service For Traders
So many data services are available now, giving you myriad choices.
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