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Coming soon…

Just a short note here as we head into the holiday weekend. I want to share a few updates and tell you about about some exciting new things that are coming very soon.2015-04-01_14-18-42

  • I will be launching a series of short publications soon–whitepaper and mini-book formats. The idea will be to be able to go a bit deeper than I can here on the blog in a still-very-accessible “research paper” format. I’m looking at distribution options, including making them available in print, and should be ready to launch within the next few weeks.
  • The first publication in this series is all ready in proof stage, and is drawn from the unpublished chapters of my book. I’ve had many people ask for some kind of “starting from scratch” introduction to how to use quantitative tools to find trading edges in markets, and many of my answers are in Quantitative Analysis of Market Data: a Primer. Look for this 40 page book coming soon.
  • Also, I will be continuing with at least the next few modules from my trading course, on position sizing and multiple timeframes. (Probably should have led this post off with that information, but it’s your reward for reading 200 words into the post!)
  • If anyone has had problems with course access, I apologize. I’ve found myself in the difficult position of spending many hours troubleshooting tech issues on the course–since it’s just me on the project and it’s free, I don’t have IT people backing me up! I think all issues should be resolved (and, yes, I realize saying this just angers the gremlins and they take it as a personal challenge…), but, again, I apologize for any frustration.
  • Last, if you haven’t checked out the podcast series, maybe the long weekend might be a good time to start? I’m very pleased with how the podcast is coming together and welcome your feedback, questions, and ideas.

Enjoy the long weekend, and look for the next podcast early next week!

AdamHGrimes

Adam Grimes has over two decades of experience in the industry as a trader, analyst and system developer. The author of a best-selling trading book, he has traded for his own account, for a top prop firm, and spent several years at the New York Mercantile Exchange. He focuses on the intersection of quantitative analysis and discretionary trading, and has a talent for teaching and helping traders find their own way in the market.
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