Category Archives: Price Action Strategies

What Price Action Cannot Tell You

Price action cannot say much about many important issues that are of concern to investors and traders although some mistakenly think it can.

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Indecision Pattern

In the last three days there is indecision in stock market price action with the S&P 500 forming an interesting pattern of inside/outside days. Although this particular pattern indicates a small bullish bias, careful analysis shows that it is actually … Continue reading

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Performance Of Premium Signals And Mean-Reversion Strategies

Below are performance results for our Premium Signals and Mean-Reversion strategies.

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Profiting From Random Strategies

The bulk of trading strategies are random because they are either overfitted to noise or are the result of selection bias. However, there are ways of even profiting from random strategies. In this article I outline the general idea and … Continue reading

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Best Lookback Period in Position Trading With Price Patterns

Price Action Lab allows systematic and also discretionary position traders to analyze historical price series and determine the best lookback period in the context of price patterns. In this article, the best lookback period is determined in the case of … Continue reading

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Unexploited Trading Opportunities Exist But Are Hard to Identify

Last year, I devoted substantial time and effort in upgrading the capabilities of my data-mining algorithms. I thought that was necessary because the rate at which signals are exploited has increased due to the widespread availability and use of quantitative … Continue reading

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