S&C CONTENTS PAGE April 2004, Vol. 22 No. 4
Short-Term Trader Jeff Cooper
by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan
Money manager, author of Hit And Run Trading, and TheStreet.com contributor Jeff Cooper talked to us about his trading techniques.
Do Price Patterns Really Work?
by Martin J. Pring
How far can you expect prices to go when they break out of a pattern? Here's one technique you can use to find out.
TIPS Trend-Quality Indicator
by David Sepiashvili
Having trouble detecting trends, or estimating their duration when you do spot them? Here's your answer.
by Hal Masover
Divergences in volume and price give clues to future price movement.
by Ashwani Gujral
Getting the best of East and West.
Tiny Chart Patterns: Stinkers or Stalwarts?
by Thomas Bulkowski
Recognizing tiny chart patterns may be all the edge you need, but do they work?
The Super Bowl Strategy
by David Penn
Does the winner of the Super Bowl determine a bullish or bearish market for the year that follows?
Dollar-Weighted Put/Call Ratios
by Fari Hamzei and Barbara Star
Does this new twist on the popular sentiment indicator hold some predictive value? Find out here.
Come Here Quick, Durbin Watson
by Ron McEwan
Here's how you can use the Durbin Watson statistic to measure the autocorrelation of two securities.
The Wounded Trader
by Adrienne Laris Toghraie
Don't let your past affect your present performance in the markets.
Explore Your Options
by Tom Gentile
Got a question about options? Get your answer here.
by Don Bright
This professional trader answers a few of your questions.
Courses & Seminars For Traders
Looking for upcoming courses and seminars? This month's Traders' Resource may be just what you're looking for.
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Quick-Scan: Book by John J. Murphy
Review: Web-based, real-time alert service
Review: Web-based simulation and investment strategy tracking software
Natural Order Educators
Quick-Scan: Trading course
Website for William O'Neil's strategy
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