Trend following


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Trend following

A trading method that makes trading decisions through the use of computer models that determine the general direction of the market. Most of these models are based on momentum and that is why they are called trend following.
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We decided to make some of the trend following and rating technology from Stops and Targets freely available so that everyone, including private investors, can now evaluate a security before buying, and then effectively manage risk throughout the life of the investment," says PerfectTrade co-founder, Bill Hazlett.
This season, we have seen that trend following the victory at the Etihad.
PSA group, France's largest car manufacturer also reported negative trend following 3.
An official of the HCCI Khalil Ahmad Yarmand acknowledged trade related activities were on downward trend following long-drawn process of presidential election.
4 percent, pursuing a downward trend following figures for the first three quarters of 3.
THEY say 13 is unlucky for some, but Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is hoping to buck the trend following his move to Newcastle United.
It is expected to show negligible correlation to traditional sources of risk (equity and fixed income) and limited correlation to trend following strategies.
The users of the technologically enhanced trading systems, particularly those market trend following systems will relatively experience a hard-hitting year maybe because of the high volatility as well as vicious integrations that happened in most markets in the past years.
Steve Farmer's men go to Bideford looking to buck the trend following two straight league losses at the hands of St Albans and AFC Totton that have seen them slip into the bottom half of the table.
This brings the number of people executed this year in Japan to seven, a worrying trend following a period of nearly two years during which no executions took place," said the EU foreign policy chief.
Trend following gets the most attention among investors.
THE FTSE 100 Index failed to buck the trend following Friday's falls, ending the day at 5130 points on Monday, a drop of 1.