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cubtrader
14 posts
msg #82918
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11/12/2009 9:59:56 AM

Trend….I got a little look at the video before my computer froze up but I thought it was very interesting…..sounds like we look for the same “wave” analogy. Just a side note….there is an interesting and popular blog by a hedge fund manager that also relates markets and such to the environment, music, science..etc…..”Daily Speculation” by Victor Niederhoffer…..Good luck to you.

TrendSurfer
109 posts
msg #82942
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11/12/2009 3:38:20 PM



fortyfour
185 posts
msg #82948
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11/12/2009 5:52:16 PM

TS,

Pure price coming at you , rather fast in this case, would be a nice
training/ simulation/practice tool.

It would be nice to click buy/sells quickly in a large sample of stocks,
bullish and barish charts, to see how one fares.

Do you offer this, or, does anyone know where to find this type of simulation
software. I would love to play with this type of feature.

Thanks.






BarTune1
406 posts
msg #82952
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11/12/2009 6:45:28 PM

TS,

Well, we have many similarities in style. I don't carry a portfolio either nor do I do buy, hold and pray.

I try to ring the register with high probability short term trades. Ironically, I do trade my retirement account a small portion of the time but most activity is in a regular account.

I try to keep my trading time frame short as to exclude externalities .... I don't care what is going to happen a month or a year from now .... usually only interested in the next few days.

I don't use stops however, Larry Connors has a very interesting piece on them and that over time .... they actually hurt performance. I won't try to explain that here .... but statistically he has proven it.

In any event, I wish my system took less time and was more accurate .... I am spending too much of my spare time doing this.

TrendSurfer
109 posts
msg #82954
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11/12/2009 7:07:52 PM



TrendSurfer
109 posts
msg #82957
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11/12/2009 7:57:29 PM



BarTune1
406 posts
msg #82958
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11/12/2009 8:09:52 PM

Well TS,

I have not had alot of luck with momentum based systems and when I have used stops they usually got triggered and then the stock moves higher ..... I've had decent luck following the system I use .....

I'd be interested in a reliable momentum based system with stops if there were one ....

TrendSurfer
109 posts
msg #83011
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11/13/2009 2:02:24 PM



BarTune1
406 posts
msg #83046
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11/13/2009 10:51:38 PM

TS,

When are you going to give us some details how your momentum based strategy works? How complex is your system?

Eman93
4,659 posts
msg #83063
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11/14/2009 2:02:45 PM

Could you post the email here. the web site is not working for me.
Thanks

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