Making money at the figure: A test of trader psychology By Leslie K. Mcnew | November 1, 2014 Prices move in a series of peaks and troughs that create the market trend—this, in turn, has a significant affect on trader psychology. Using fractals in forex By Leslie K. Mcnew | November 25, 2013 Traders are well aware of market-based fractal relationships — spatial similarities that can be captured across scales. All you need are the right tools. Flying high with forex By Leslie K. Mcnew | November 1, 2012 Leslie McNew checks in with her student-run Flyer FOREX Fund and discusses lessons her students learn using girth in their trading models. Flyer Forex Girth Model update By Leslie K. Mcnew, Tup Ingram | October 27, 2009 In September Leslie McNew's students began trading the four-hour girth model. Here is a progress report. Flyer Forex Girth Model Update By Leslie K. Mcnew, Tup Ingram | November 2, 2009 This week's update on the University of Dayton students' trading simulation based on the four-hour girth model. Simple system, big profits By Leslie K. Mcnew | June 30, 2006 That the trend is your friend is the first rule of trading. One of the easiest and most visual methods of trend following is to locate the moving average of the price data and trade with it. Experts Trading the plan By Leslie K. Mcnew | December 18, 2006 At this point in the conversation, you should leave the room, remove any money under management you have with this person, and run like crazy for the front door. To paraphrase Talem, this trader is Adding girth to your profits By Leslie K. Mcnew | November 17, 2008 During early 2008, Maize Asset Management developed a proprietary phenomenological commodity trading model, which is embedded with statistical modules. These modules help define the direction, Doomsday hedging By Leslie K. Mcnew | February 12, 2009 For the past six months, the currency market has not been kind to its traders. In the euro market, we were accustomed to having about 80 pips of noise on the four-hour chart before a trend developed, Learning to trade: It's academic By Leslie K. Mcnew, Tup Ingram | October 1, 2009 The four-hour vs. one-hour girth model for trading currencies incorporates volatility, momentum and velocity. We discuss a program that teaches the girth model and how the model can be used to manage a currency portfolio prudently.