S&C CONTENTS PAGE July 2001, Vol. 19 No. 7

Your Crash Potential
by Wolf von Ronik
Money management alone can increase your chances of trading survival.  Here's a practical explanation.

Tracking The Trends Of Technical Analysis: Bob Farrell
by John Sweeney, Interim Editor
Probably no one has seen the big picture of technical analysis' growth quite the way that Bob Farrell, a fixture at Merrill Lynch for nearly half a centry, has. We caught up to him in the sunny climes of Florida and proceeded to pepper him with questions.

Estimating Futures Drawdowns
by Tushar S. Chande 
You're going to be hit by a big one sooner or later, but how big is it going to be? 

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Since You Asked: Q&A
by Don Bright
Professional trader Don Bright of Bright Trading answers a few of your questions.

Going Vertical
by Don A. Singletary
If you're trading options, here's a management tool that can offer you less risk. 

Relative Strength
by Martin J. Pring
What to short and what to buy -- you should always know the choices the market's giving you. 

Variable-Interval Moving Averages
by R.G. Boomers
Time is the most difficult variable to capture in an indicator.  Here's a way to have a responsive, adjustable-lenght moving average without a lot of high-level math. 

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Traders' Resource: Brokerages
Traders have more choices than ever before in their ongoing search for speed, pricing efficiency, and good accounting when it comes to brokerages.

Cover Art: Boris Lyubner


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