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Trading system technology advanced quickly in the late 1980s and early 1990s, establishing paradigms that persist today. Here’s a look at where we stand — and where we might go.
There are many ways to trade. Regardless of your approach, following these guidelines will put you ahead of the game.
Using option pricing models, we can uncover pricing discrepancies in the equity markets and exploit them for profit.
Book review of "The Trend Following Bible: How Professional Traders Compound Wealth & Manage Risk" by Desmond MacRae
William Ziemba is a researcher, academic, author and trader; not necessarily in that order.
There are many ways to trade. Regardless of your approach, following these guidelines will put you ahead of the game.
Trading system technology advanced quickly in the late 1980s and early 1990s, establishing paradigms that persist today. Here’s a look at where we stand — and where we might go.
Traders are well aware of market-based fractal relationships — spatial similarities that can be captured across scales. All you need are the right tools.
Traders don’t have to identify complex patterns to be successful. Simple reliable relationships are all you need if you have the patience and discipline to exploit them.
Black Monday was the first crash in modern times. For some reason, it seemed scarier than the 2008 financial blow out.