Growing up in NE Alabama, the nearest beach was more than 200 miles away – and that beach was on the Gulf of Mexico – not well known as a surfing destination.
But those Hollywood movies showing the beefy guys surfing and the gorgeous girls drooling over them on the beach made me want to […]
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Yeah, I know, I talk about SRVs a lot. But it is for a good reason. They are the most important part of my trading method.
And they really do work
The following chart – US 10 year Bond market for Today, Tuesday November 26,2013 – has SRVs that were placed there […]
This post is a bit long – but I just had to pull out the soapbox get this off my chest
We live in a curious age. If something becomes a problem, our society has come up with a new way of dealing with it – change the name we use to describe it. I […]
There is much ado about high Frequency Trading (HFT) these days – even the moribund CFTC is looking into it – which probably guarantees that nothing will be done about it.
Actually it is a pretty hard thing to control. Virtually everyone who trades uses a computer. Some of us use a computer just for […]
Why is it important to be able to See the Music of the Market?
Short term trading is all about finding an oscillation in price that might provide a profitable trading opportunity.
If a trader learns to See the Music of the Market they are more likely to be able to spot potentially profitable price […]
If there is any topic in all of trading – short term or otherwise – that generates more controversy as to how it should be done, than setting stop loss values, I do not know what it could be.
Ask a dozen traders how they do it and you may get a dozen different answers. […]
As we stated in our post Part A – Relative Momentum Indicator, the RMI is our most valuable indicator, if for no other reason than we use it to create our Support and Resistance Values (SRVs) – the horizontal lines on our charts that provide us with definitive trading entry, exit and stop loss points.
The relative momentum indicator (RMI) is our most valuable indicator – for several reasons:
1. We use the RMI to locate our short term support and resistance values (SRVs) – this use alone would make the RMI our most valuable indicator.
2. We use the RMI to predict near term price direction.
3. We use […]
The markets I trade have been really tough today – unusually hard to predict the next move. That left me time to think about a lot of things – and that can lead to anything from euphoria to melancholy – depending on the particular tangent I tend to take at the time.
Growing up in […]
Technical Indicators – IV- Stochastic Oscillators
One of the most time honored technical indicators for determining the degree of overbought/oversold of a security is the Stochastic oscillators. Stochastic oscillators are complicated in calculation and diverse in their interpretation.
Traditionally Stochastic oscillators are plotted with at least two lines – called percent K and percent D. […]
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the SRV’s are spot on !!Tom CUSA
I trade the US Bond Markets exclusively – amazed at the accuracy of the SRV’s !!George SNew York, NY
“The SRV’s are amazingly accurate”.Tony Texas
….very impressed with the whole philosophy – both personal and trading, expressed in the book. I will read and revert !!Richard DUSA
Great system – couldn’t trade without it !!Frank YDavid, Panama
Thanks for the method !! Very solid, very logical entry and exit and genius SRV’s !!Denis DRussia
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