The most recent installment of The Market Technicians Association’s ‘Technically Speaking’ newsletter includes a review of one of our quantified strategy guidebooks – Short Selling Stocks with ConnorsRSI. This comprehensive method for shorting stocks based around the ConnorsRSI indicator is easily traded, immediately applicable, and based around a core set of systematic rules. Below you’ll… [Read More]
Drawing on the back-testing the Connors Research team has conducted over the last decade, we’ve quantified the fundamental behaviors that affect price action in the markets every single day in order to create trading strategies that generate High Probability Trading Signals. These signals are specifically designed to help active traders identify quantified trading setups with… [Read More]
This video is intended to introduce you to our latest product – High Probability Trading Signals. High Probability Trading Signals is designed to help users identify high probability quantified trading setups in just minutes each day. The strategies, contained in each of our signal services, are back-tested with quantified test results from 2001 for stocks… [Read More]
Recently we’ve been working on a strategy for shorting stocks using ConnorsRSI as one of the primary indicators. You can find complete details in one of our quantified Strategy Guidebook: Short Selling Stocks with ConnorsRSI, but the basic idea is to use a limit order to short stocks that have achieved both an oversold ConnorsRSI… [Read More]
The latest addition to the Connors Research Strategy Series of quantified guidebooks details a core short selling strategy for identifying overpriced stocks throughout varying market conditions. Short Selling Stocks with ConnorsRSI contains over 20 different variations of this versatile strategy – all with winning trade rates over 75% – and all structured around the exact… [Read More]
Learn the three steps to finding a company most likely to drop over the next 5 trading days. They work when the market’s rising or falling, and they’re simpler than you might think.