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"This just in . . . I found similar dynamics using data from the Financial Crisis of 2008.  This is a bit surprising because there didn't appear to be a market bubble at the time. So the system doesn't appear to target inflated pricing…"
Sep 27
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Common Technical Characteristics of Some Major Stock Market Corrections

In this blog, I will be covering some charts based on the technical data of three major stock market corrections: the Crash of 1987, Dot-com Correction of 2000, and the Great Crash of 1929.  By technical data, I mean that the charts are produced using stock market prices.  More than a month ago, I wrote about opening my first stock trading account in 1987; this is the same year I was hired for my first regular full-time job.  I worked as a store clerk on Bay Street, which is arguably the…See More
Sep 27
Don Philip Faithful's blog post was featured

Risk Avoidance Spectrum and Character Types

Ever since I started following stocks again, I have been preoccupied with developing a "game plan" to help prevent me from making emotional investment decisions.  Plans can be improved.  What I have come up with so far is a stress avoidance model to study how different character types might perform in relation to the market.  Since quite a number of investors are actually algorithms - and many trades are algorithmically triggered - the concept of stress needs to be more liberally interpreted.…See More
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"Hello Mirio, thank you so much for the suggestion.  I will try to find a copy!"
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Mirio De Rosa commented on Don Philip Faithful's blog post Nearly 33 Years Later, Nobody Knows What Triggered the Crash of 1987
"Hi Don, you may be onto something with your research. However, regarding your statement "..nearly 33 years later, nobody has come up with an explanation how or why the crash happened", if you haven't done so yet, I suggest you…"
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Studying Risk-based Algomorphology Using Thunderbird Charts

I recently wrote about a stock trading approach that I call skipjack: it allows the user to trade directly from special charts by exploiting skipjack waveforms and formations.  I mentioned that I use an application - a simulation environment - to trade from these charts.  Below I present a screenshot of SimTactics, the application that I created to support this simulated trading.  To the right is a notepad containing four trades generated by an autopilot feature of the SimTactics.  Over the…See More
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Don Philip Faithful's blog post was featured

Nearly 33 Years Later, Nobody Knows What Triggered the Crash of 1987

I opened my first stock trading account shortly after I landed my first full-time job in 1987 - the same year as the great stock market crash - also known as Horrible Monday.  (I renamed Black Monday in keeping with the times.)  I dropped out of university to "find myself."  It seemed so easy working at an office-supplies retailer: putting supplies in the stockroom; filling the store shelves with merchandise; and handling the cash register.  It all made sense, too.  I didn't know what I would…See More
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Don Philip Faithful commented on Don Philip Faithful's blog post Code-name "Skipjack" - Stock Trading Methodology
"Read more about skipjack exclusively here on Data Science Central . . . The article above has more information. For those that have developed a tolerance for my life stories, here are some additional articles on LinkedIn . . . Final Word on…"
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Common Technical Characteristics of Some Major Stock Market Corrections

Posted on September 26, 2020 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

In this blog, I will be covering some charts based on the technical data of three major stock market corrections: the Crash of 1987, Dot-com Correction of 2000, and the Great Crash of 1929.  By technical data, I mean that the charts are produced using stock market prices.  More than a month ago, I wrote about opening my first stock trading account in 1987; this is the same year I was hired for my first regular full-time job.  I worked as a store clerk on Bay…

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Risk Avoidance Spectrum and Character Types

Posted on September 20, 2020 at 11:08am 0 Comments

Ever since I started following stocks again, I have been preoccupied with developing a "game plan" to help prevent me from making emotional investment decisions.  Plans can be improved.  What I have come up with so far is a stress avoidance model to study how different character types might perform in relation to the market.  Since quite a number of investors are actually algorithms - and many trades are algorithmically triggered - the concept of stress needs…

Continue

Studying Risk-based Algomorphology Using Thunderbird Charts

Posted on September 11, 2020 at 4:29pm 0 Comments

I recently wrote about a stock trading approach that I call skipjack: it allows the user to trade directly from special charts by exploiting skipjack waveforms and formations.  I mentioned that I use an application - a simulation environment - to trade from these charts.  Below I present a screenshot of SimTactics, the application that I created to support this simulated trading.  To the right is a notepad containing four trades generated by an autopilot…

Continue

Nearly 33 Years Later, Nobody Knows What Triggered the Crash of 1987

Posted on September 6, 2020 at 8:30am 2 Comments

I opened my first stock trading account shortly after I landed my first full-time job in 1987 - the same year as the great stock market crash - also known as Horrible Monday.  (I renamed Black Monday in keeping with the times.)  I dropped out of university to "find myself."  It seemed so easy working at an office-supplies retailer: putting supplies in the stockroom; filling the store shelves with merchandise; and handling the cash register.  It all made sense,…

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