Features: Technical Analysis and Charting
January 17, 2015 by Wayne A. Thorp
An overview of a unique charting technique that ignores the element of time to better highlight trends as well as support and resistance levels.
April 19, 2014 by Wayne A. Thorp
The second installment in the series on how to set up your own technical trading system discusses the characteristics of successful systems and initial decisions when structuring a system.
First Quarter 2014 by Wayne A. Thorp
First in a new series on how to set up your own trading system.
Fourth Quarter 2010 by Wayne A. Thorp
Part three of our series on Grant Henning’s stock approaches combines the momentum and value strategies into a hybrid.
August 2010 by Wayne A. Thorp
Henning’s approach is based on the belief that using mathematical models to select stocks can eliminate the guesswork and emotion from the investment process.
July/August 2007 by Wayne A. Thorp
An overview of a technical analysis technique similar to bar charting, but with added nuances.
January/February 2006 by John Bajkowski
Joel Greenblatt’s simple two-step strategy for finding high-return stocks selling at low prices.
July/August 2003 by Wayne A. Thorp
Understanding how to create and interpret rows of X’s and O’s, and where to find point and figure charts.