S&C CONTENTS PAGE January 2006, Volume 24 Number 1
Staying Alive As A Trader: Jeffrey Owen Katz
by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan
Jeffrey Owen Katz of Scientific Consultants, a professional trader and consultant specializing in predictive modeling and forecasting, has some advice on how to keep trading, through good times and bad.
by Darrell Jobman
Is the aussie a leading indicator?
Developing Your Own Indicators
by Lee Leibfarth
Does the thought of developing custom indicators intimidate you? Here's a step-by-step look at the process.
Swiss Army Knife Indicator
by John F. Ehlers
You've probably never heard of this indicator, but it has all the common functions, such as smoothing and momentum generation. Find out why it's going to be your new best friend.
Trading With Trendlines
by David Penn
Confused about market direction? Try a trendline to help you see things as they really are.
by Don Bright
This professional trader answers a few of your questions.
Trading Flat Base Breakouts
by Bill Pritchard
Here's a look at a simple stock trading strategy that combines fundamentals and technicals.
Futures For You
by Dan O'Neil
Here's how the futures market really works.
Explore Your Options
by Tom Gentile
Got a question about options?
Using Intermarket Analysis With Exchange Traded Funds
by Matt Blackman
Using intermarket analysis with exchange traded funds can give you another advantage.
A Blueprint For Your Trading
by Vadym Graifer
The active management of a trading account should be treated as a business and requires a complete trading plan. Here's how to build one.
Trading systems take the subjectivity out of trading.
Take a look.
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Market Master Xec
Review: Technical analysis charting software
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