S&C CONTENTS PAGE September 2008, Volume 26 Number 10
Suri Duddella Notes
by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan and Bruce R. Faber
How does someone go from being a robotics engineer to trading full time? Suri Duddella did it.
Do You Analyze Your Trades?
by Patrick Nouvion
No, seriously. Do you?
Develop Your Own Market Lens
by Brett Grendahl
When do you know it's the right time to buy? When do you know it's the right time to sell? Here's how you can approach these critical decisions.
Streamline Your Trading Routine
by Dave Mabe
Become a more profitable and efficient trader by automating your trading. Find out how here.
by Don Bright
This professional trader answers a few of your questions.
The MIDAS Touch, Part 1
by Andrew Coles
The volume-weighted average price can be applied to daytrading and short-term swing trading. Here's how.
The 21st-Century Technician
by Henry "Hank" Pruden
A transition to a new paradigm for market analysis and action may be under way -- and it may be a century old.
Selling The 10-Bagger
by Thomas Maskell
The key to selling is a narrative. It's a story, composed of fundamentals, speculative foreshadowing, and technical twists and turns.
Three Common Tools, One Protocol
by Charles K. Langford
Three common tools of technical analysis can work together to generate continuous profits.
Explore Your Options
by Tom Gentile
Got a question about options?
Futures For You
by Carley Garner
Here's how the futures market really works.
Testing Point & Figure Patterns
by Michael J. Carr
Considered to be a superior charting technique by some technical analysts,
objective testing reveals the truth about simple point & figure chart patterns.
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