S&C CONTENTS PAGE January 2004, Vol. 22 No. 1
Holding Overnight Positions
by Anthony Trongone, Ph.D.
Do you want to begin your trading day by trying to make up overnight losses? Here's a trading system that will help start the day positively.
Daytrading With On-Balance Volume
by D.W. Davies
Where is the smart money going? Here's how you can find out.
Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (II)
by Thomas N. Bulkowski
Here's the second and final installment about bearish chart patterns.
The 40-Week Cycle In The Stock Market
by Jay Kaeppel
Is the stock market random? Probably not.
Explore Your Options
by Tom Gentile
Got a question about options? Get your answer here.
The Elliott Wave Vs. The Random Walk
by Eric Morgan
The Elliott wave theory proves once again that the market is no random walk in the park.
by Don Bright
This professional trader answers a few of your questions.
Trading In Tempo With TRIX
by Jongseon Kim
Make entry and exit decisions with TRIX.
Buying The Lows, Selling The Highs
by David Penn
These tools can help you handle top and bottom picking.
Boosting Rates Of Return With Noncorrelated Systems
by Richard L. Weissman
Add noncorrelated assets within a trading system and combine noncorrelated systems to help you.
Pivot Levels And The Power Of Commonality
by Christopher Terry
Understanding how to use pivot levels will help you determine when to enter or exit a trade.
The Four-Month Rule
by Matt Blackman
Here's what the Big Three US automakers may be telling us about the market.
John Ehlers Of MESA
by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan
John Ehlers pioneered the use of the maximum entropy spectral analysis algorithm for measuring market cycles. What's he doing now?
Trading systems take the subjectivity out of trading. Take a look.
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