After Seven Steps to Better Stock Trading, Part 1, we presented a webinar to expand on the topic.
The PowerPoint presentation is available for DOWNLOAD HERE.
The following articles, books and sources were mentioned during the presentation:
- Fischer Black and the Revolutionary Idea of Finance
- Office for National Statistics: Time series estimation and forecasting
- Cleveland Fed: Mirror, Mirror, Who’s the Best Forecaster of Them All?
- The New Market Wizards: Conversations with America’s Top Traders
- The Analysis of Time Series: An Introduction, Sixth Edition
- Introduction to Time Series Analysis
- Webinar: Day-Trading E-mini Stock Index Futures
- Modelling Financial Times Series
- < target="_blank"a href="http://invivoanalytics.com/2007/12/07/the-sentiment-cycle/">Justin Mamis Investor Sentiment Cycle
- The Magic of the Moving Average (for members)
- How to Measure Range and Volatility
- List of Discretionary Technical Trade Setups (for members)
- Thoughts on Position Sizing (for members)
- Options: Bull Call Spread and Bear Put Spread (for members)
- Treynor On Institutional Investing
- Beta vs. Volatility Ratio (for members)
- Position Sizer for Stocks (for members)
- The Stock Roulette for Monday
- The Short List for Monday
- Stops Cannot be Eyeballed
- Bill Miller Explains His Annus Horribilis
- Explaining the Favorite-Longshot Bias: Is it Risk-Love or Misperceptions? [DOWNLOAD PDF]
- The Favorite/Long-Shot Bias in S&P 500 and Ftse 100 Index Futures Options
- CNBC: Man vs. Machine
Questions and Answers
During the webinar, there were a few questions that I said I would answer later.
Dan asked, “Is there a technical advantage you have found for scaling in or out of positions?” I’ll let William Eckhardt answer this one:
There was also a question about how our Smarter.Stops indicator compared to Welles Wilder’s Parabolic SAR. Here, the picture is worth a thousand words.
For more information on why not all stops are equal, please see Evaluating Buy and Sell Signals.