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The VIX is one of the most widely followed markets. In this article I investigate the saying: “When the VIX is high, it’s time to buy. When the VIX is low, go slow.”

This articles investigates the idea that it is good time to buy the S&P 500 when the VIX is above its upper Bollinger Band.

This strategy demonstrates a trading strategy that relies on relative strength between the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 .

Relative strength is useful for both entering and exiting positions.

The SuperTrend indicator is a popular way to identify trades. But recent choppy markets have made it a difficult indicator to follow.

In this article I look at how the SuperTrend can be used in the FX market when reversed

All markets retrace. Using a Swing Trading approach can take advantage of these swings to get better entry prices and more favorable reward/risk ratios

In this article I test this idea on the S&P 500.

The Impulse Indicator was developed by Dr. Alexander Elder as a way of trading volatile markets.

In this article I show how you can use an Excel spreadsheet to test your own strategies.

I demonstrate a strategy that uses the stochastic oscillator combined with the EMA.

I like to take a quantitative approach to the markets and I find seasonal factors very interesting. In this article I investigate whether trading on different days of the month can deliver better returns in the stock market.

Fibonacci levels are such a good way to identify entry points that I have looked at another trading strategy using them. In this article I show how they combine well the linear regession line.

3 line break charts are a system of charting that was developed in Japan. They are simple to use and give a nice clear view of the market trend. In this article I explain how they work and show the results of a 3 line break chart strategy using the EUR/USD

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