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Computerized Investing > Fourth Quarter 2010

Automating the Henning Technical-Momentum Trading System

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by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA

In the August 2010 CI Online Exclusive article, we discussed the technical-momentum stock trading model of Grant Henning, which he outlined in his book “The Value and Momentum Trader” (John Wiley & Sons, 2010). This was the first in a series of three articles on the three trading models Henning introduces in his book (the third and final article in this series begins on page 16 while the September Online Exclusive article with the second part is available at the Computerized Investing website).

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Discussion

Joe from GA posted over 4 years ago:

Great article.
I would love to see more examples, like this one, of practical applications of XLQ.


Norman from PA posted over 4 years ago:

I always read Editor's Outlook first You are just a newbe with this email thing. In 1982 when my son was at UC Berkley we used email. Run by Compuserve Our portal was by a compmany named Erols. Compuserve was later bought by someone else. It was clunky and unfriendly but it worked.

Norm Alterman


Wayne from IL posted over 3 years ago:

Thanks Joe. I love XLQ and will try to integrate it into more of my Spreadsheet Corner articles in the future.


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