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Market Seasonality Study

May is just about over and our seasonality indicator  recently exited a long position on May 18, 2017. This turned our Seasonality Bias, found on our State of U.S. Markets webpage, from green to red. At this time two of  the three indicators are red (Short-Term Trend and Seasonality Bias) which warns of possible weakness over the coming weeks […]

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Simple Shorting Strategy

Over the years I’ve looked at several very simple long strategies that were published in the book, “Short Term Trading Strategies That Work” by Larry Connors and Cesar Alvarez. Those articles include the following long strategies: Double Seven Strategy RSI(2) Strategy VIX Stretch Strategy RSI And VIX Strategy Buried within Connors and Alvarez’s book you will […]

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The Double Seven Strategy

It’s time to look at another simple trading system which can be found in the book, ”Short Term Trading Strategies That Work” by Larry Connors and Cesar Alvarez. In this article we are going to look at the Double 7 strategy. This is a simple strategy that can be applied to the major market indices such as DIA, DOW and QQQ. […]

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Better To Buy Strength or Weakness?

Emotionally it’s a lot easier to buy on strength than to buy on weakness. Buying into a falling market feels unnatural. Your instincts warn that price may continue to fall resulting in lost capital. On the other hand buying when the market makes new highs feels more natural. Price is moving in your direction and […]

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Two Dimensional Market Environment Filter

In this article I’m going to demonstrate a technique to help adapt your trading systems to the changing market conditions. In a previous article entitled, “Trend Testing Indicators“, I tested several indicators that could be used to divide the market into two modes: bullish and bearish. These two modes were then used to dictate how […]

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When To Go Short: S&P Intraday Price Study

When To Go Short: S&P Intraday Price Study

This article is going to be an extension of a previous article where we performed an intraday price study. We do this by exploring different market sessions to determine if we can find an edge for a possible intraday trading system. If you have not read the previous article, When To Go Long, I urge you […]

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When To Go Long: S&P Intraday Price Study

In this article I would like to perform an intraday price study to explore the intraday action of the market to determine if we can find an edge. I’m going to be using the S&P E-mini futures market, but the principles here could be applied to any market. In particular, I’m interested how different times of the day affect different […]

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Top Five Most Popular Articles From 2015

Happy New Year system traders! With the new year it’s time to take a look back at 2015 and highlight the top five most popular articles. These articles all provide great material to help you in your systematic trading. Did you miss any of these articles? If so, now is your chance to review this […]

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Trend Testing S&P Emini Futures Market

Some markets exhibit trending behavior while others do not. I was wondering what would be a good way to determine if a given market exhibits trending behavior. One simple method to accomplish this is to build a simple trend following strategy and test how well it performs.  Then build a simple mean reversion strategy and […]

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Improving The Simple Gap Strategy Part 3

In the last article in this series, Improving The Simple Gap Strategy Part 2, I tested two filters on the OOS sample data. The first filter was a day-of-week (DOW) filter which did not produce decent results.  The second filter, Gap Size, did show promising results. Reviewing my notes from years ago, I also discovered that the size […]

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