The man who launched 1,000 systems

An interesting read from a man who has been in the business for a long time… When Bill Eckhardt left the University of Chicago and foresook his nearly completed PhD in mathematical logic in 1973, he did not abandon his educational pursuits; rather, he focused them on a myriad of disciplines that supported his research […]

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Access Two Timeframes In EasyLanguage

This article has been converted into a FREE eBook with a video tutorial. Download you free copy below! Download Your FREE Copy

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Is This The Best Stock Market Indicator Ever?

By  John F. Carlucci of Advisor Perspectives As we all know, the key to successful investing is very simple: “Buy low, sell high.” However, you enter a chaotic, fun-house world of uncertainty once you ponder the logical follow-up question: “When?” Investors desperate to solve this riddle have come up with solutions as varied as Fibonacci Analysis […]

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Equity Curve Indicators

This free EasyLanguage download includes two indicators. First is the Open Equity Curve indicator and next, the Daily Equity Curve indicator. These indicators display a strategies open P&L or total daily P&L. Both indicators will work with any strategy.

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Advanced Stops and Targets Strategy Tool

Several recent articles I’ve written explained my techniques for developing and testing trading systems. The trading system we have been working on is a very simple breakout strategy called FirstStrike. The first couple of articles on this subject I used a regime filter and a trend strength filter to help reduce unproductive trading times. Next […]

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First Of The Month Market Edge

The first trading day of May was strong. That is, price closed higher than the open. How often is the first of the month strong? Since 2002, this has been a winning strategy.

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Is the Stock Market Cheap?

This really has nothing to do with system trading, but was an interesting article on determining if stocks are cheap or not. Here is a new update of a popular market valuation method using the most recent Standard & Poor’s “as reported” earnings and earnings estimates and the index monthly averages of daily closes for […]

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Money. Power. Wall Street.

This week Frontline (PBS) is running part one in a four part series on the global financial collapse. During part one they explained credit default swaps, how they originated and how they became associated with mortgage notes. Interesting stuff! http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/money-power-wall-street/

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RSI And How To Profit From It

Not a single losing year since 1998! I’m talking about another excellent free strategy to time the S&P 500 market. It has an amazing performance history and it’s deadly simple.

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