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Robert W. Colby, CMT, is best known as the author of The Encyclopedia of Technical Market Indicators (McGraw-Hill, 1988), an objective evaluation of one hundred and ten diverse investment timing models. He recently completed the second edition of this critically acclaimed study, an expanded revision released in early 1999. Robert is widely recognized for his expertise in research methodologies, and has been cited in Stocks and Commodities, Futures, and other prestigious trading publications. In addition, he is a professional trader and research consultant who has worked with some of the most powerful and advanced research institutions in the investment world. For over thirty years, Robert has been developing custom designed, computer-based management decision systems for investment selection and timing. He applies these systems to equities, sector rotation, bonds, foreign exchange, futures, options, mutual funds, and asset allocation. He is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and a long-time member of the Market Technicians Association. Robert was in demand as a public speaker throughout the 1980s, often interviewed by the major television networks and newspapers. More recently, his work has been a private and concentrated effort, and this TAG session marks his first public presentation in the 1990s.

Here's one of Robert W. Colby's recent presentations.

Finding a Trading System That Is Right for You


Expert: Robert W. Colby
Type: PDF Workbook MP3 Audio
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 42 pages
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There are hundreds of trading systems. Some are effective, while others are not. Robert shows you how to tell the difference, how and when to use the best ones, how to really make a system your own, and how to avoid common mistakes. He continues to show you how you can and why you must avoid flawed ideas. This session helps you learn the best way to develop and test a precise set of trading rules to deal with all kinds of market behavior — rules that leave no room for uncertainty or confusion. You will find specific decision rules and techniques that maximize your potential for profit while minimizing your risk of significant loss.

Trading strategy can be approached in a systematic, scientific way. You do not need to spend years personally observing the market to understand its behavior. Effective system selection and testing is an easier, quicker and less costly way to learn from historical experience.


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