All posts by Jeff Swanson

Market Seasonality Study

With October over I thought it would be a good idea to review our Market Seasonality Study.  Back on May of this year, we closed a seasonality trade in anticipation for a traditional weak period of the stock index markets. That is, the months of May, June, July, August, September and October. So what did the […]

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System Performance and Confidence Interval

When you review the performance of a trading model, how do you know it’s worth trading for? How do you know it’s the right system for you? How confident are you that it will continue to profit in the future? When it comes to evaluating your trading model there are many factors to take into […]

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The Bullish Outside Month

I came across an article over at the blog, Jay On The Markets, that talked about applying a bullish outside indicator on a monthly chart. The article I was reading is entitled, “One Sign That the Bull May Still Have Legs​”. In this article Jay talks about the incredible run the U.S. broad market has experienced […]

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