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Gregory L. Morris – Market Breadth Indicators – Review

This is a book about market breadth indicators published in 2015 and is the second edition. Gregory L. Morris has done a great job putting together a kind of an encyclopedia. He has been analyzing and researching market breadth for over 20 years. Already in foreword by Tom McClellan there is a good example how […]

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I don’t take profits and losses, I exit

It is easy to get one’s mind clouded by thinking of profits and losses, money is important in our society. Amateurs often want to take profits and keep losses for obvious reasons of human nature. I think of trading being a game where I follow my entry, exit and risk management rules. The goal is […]

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Thomas Stridsman – Trading Systems That Work – Review

At first I was a bit skeptical taking this book to hand because it was published 20 years ago, therefore the title sounds like a book about aged trading strategies that probably don’t work anymore. But since few traders had recommended to read this book I gave it a shot. After reading the introduction, I […]

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Good trading ideas often turn out to be bad when backtested

First off, my trading timeframes vary from short to intermediate, but I am looking at the bigger picture to compound risk premium over time in the US stock market. I like to build quantitative trading systems that don’t need me in front of the screens during market hours. I had been swing trading and studying […]

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Mark Minervini, David Ryan, Dan Zanger, Mark Ritchie II – Momentum Masters – Review

The book published in 2015 is an interview format by Mark Minervini, David Ryan, Dan Zanger and Mark Ritchie II. They are all successful stock traders in America. The participants chose 130 of the most relevant trading related questions asked by other people, to answer them in this project. Mark Minervini was featured in Jack […]