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Marc Chaikin founded Bomar Securities L.P. in 1989 and developed the first real-time analytics workstation for stock traders and portfolio managers. Instinet Corporation acquired Bomar in 1992, and the Bomar workstation evolved into Instinet’s Research and Analytics workstation. Research and Analytics combines Instinet’s electronic trading capability with electronic technical and fundamental research. Prior to founding Bomar Securities L.P., Marc served as a first vice president of Drexel Burnham Lambert and as vice president in charge of operations at Tucker Anthony and R.L. Day. Marc has lectured extensively (in both the U.S. and abroad) on the use of computers to develop disciplined trading and investment strategies. He has written a number of articles on stock market-related information systems and was the subject of a lengthy interview in the January 1994 issue of Stocks and Commodities magazine. He is currently senior vice president and director of Instinet Research.

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How to Find Big Winners Using Persistency of Money Flow


Expert: Mark Chaikin
Type: PDF Workbook MP3 Audio
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 61 pages
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Mark's presentation traces the evolution of volume analysis from raw volume, moving averages, OBV, and accumulation/distribution through money flow and money flow percent, culminating in the concept of Persistency of Money Flow. Persistency of Money Flow combines range analysis and volume into a very quantifiable indicator, providing traders with a powerful technique for both short and intermediate term stock selection and a powerful supply/demand indicator.

Mark’s workshop shows you how to combine Money Flow Persistence with relative strength analysis (to a broad market average) to find big winners. He discusses specific entry techniques, analyzing them as entry triggers for these stock selection tools. He also discusses the relevance of fundamental data (such as earnings growth, earnings surprise, and earnings estimate revision) as it pertains to this type of technical analysis. Finally, he presents a number of case studies that show the application of these techniques.


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