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E-Mini S&P500 Trading Research Central

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I daytrade the emini S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 index future contracts. My inventions on market breadth are specialized in the identification of short term stock market index behaviours. Hence I have a large body of research work done on the index related markets. My take on price movements and price behaviour is not conventional and my research articles clearly reflect that.

When I am not trading and have spare time on hand, I would review my research notes and write up summaries. The process is slow and time consuming. But I know if I do not do so, my research work will stay behind the closed doors of financial institutions. I hope my work will make a difference among retail traders for generations to come.

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S&P 500 Daily Breadth Monitor Explained

The daily chart updates showcase the power of real-time custom breadth data. The custom breadth data showing in the chart have specific characteristics that can help a trader read the market more efficiently. Following is a sample of the chart. ...

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S&P 500 3-Day Advance Issues Trading System

Here is the trading system I presented in the Futures Magazine article, Using market breadth in trading systems, in the January 2008 issue. System Setup 1. Emini S&P regular trading hours (RTH) only. 2. 130-minute bar. Drop the last 15 minu ...

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S&P 500 3-Day Advance Issues

I wrote an article on the concept of 3-Day Advance Issues in the Futures magazine - Using market breadth in trading systems, in the January 2008 issue. As oppose to repeating what was written in the article, I will focus on the discretionary aspect o ...

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Explosion in Emini S&P Trade Volume

The table is showing the average number of trades per day in January over 5 year period. Back in 2004 and 2005, the average was around 90K and then decreased to around 50K in the following 2 years. This year, however, we have witness the biggest ...

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Understanding the Market in a Statistical Way

Have you ever spent time studying how the market you trade behave statistically? Here is an example showing some interesting behaviour that is ignored by many traders. Statistic Concept of Runs A Run in statistics means the repetition of th ...

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Counter-Trend Trading with Simple Range Exhaustion System

Here is an extremely simple trading system that violates the classic rule of trading, trend is your friend, with very good results. It is an excellent example that illustrates how counter-trend approaches work. Simple Range Exhaustion System ...

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Better OddBall System

The original OddBall System no longer performs since end of year 2001 (see OddBall System - An Update). Here is an attempt to improve the system. The Issue The original Oddball system no longer performs due to the change in the behaviour in ...

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Moving Average Is More Than What You Think - Part 4

The trading system presented in Formula 301 #3 Intraday Moving Average Crossover with Position Sizing is a moving average based trading system that works year after year. Following is a reprint of that article. Many users are very intereste ...

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Classic Day Trade Modelling

Before we have access to intraday day data, how do we test trading systems that last only a day? Long time ago, thats all we have access to, and I think it is a good idea for our readers to see how traders utilize classic bias without the help of ...

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Oddball System - An Update

OddBall is created by Mark Brown, and was featured in Active Trader magazine. It is a trading system designed for trading the S&P index future (or the emini counterpart). The signal generation of Oddball does not depend on the price data itself. Inst ...

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