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About Will Feibel

Will started trading stocks a little over ten years ago, and was a customer of NetPicks before joining as a Futures & Commodities Analyst. He currently trades futures, specifically the 144 tick TY (10 year treasury notes) and the 89 tick S (soybeans), but he has also traded the Dow, S&P, Nasdaq, and Russell 2000 eMinis in the past. Born in Germany, Will grew up in South America, and currently resides in Princeton, New Jersey.
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Head and Shoulders Above the Rest

by Will Feibel One of the best known chart patterns is the head and shoulders pattern.  The pattern is formed at the end of a trend and signals a reversal in direction.  Its name is based on its resemblance to the outline of a head and shoulders, three peaks with the middle one being the […]

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ADX: Are We Trending Yet?

The last few articles in this series have focused on identifying chop in the market.  We started out with an overview, listing several technical analysis indicators that can help in the process, next we focused on the Bollinger Band Squeeze to identify consolidations, and finally we looked at a noise filter to highlight noise, or […]

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Custom Indicators in TradeStation

In the last two articles we looked at TradeStation’s built in strategies and how to mix and match them to create simple custom systems.   Another tool that we can use is the custom indicator functions.  These custom functions do not create automated systems but they can be used to plot custom indicators and identify special […]

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Line Break Charts

Introduction Line break charts were developed in Japan and popularized here by Steve Nisson in his book Beyond Candlesticks.  The purpose of line break charts is to filter out market noise and give a clear indication of trend.  Figure 1 shows a line break chart of the daily Dow Industrials futures contract (YM).  The white […]

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