JAMES ALTUCHER is a partner at Subway Capital, a hedge fund focused on special arbitrage situations and short-term statistically based strategies. He writes for TheStreet.com, Street Insight, and StreetView, and has been a guest on the television show Kudlow & Cramer. Previously, he was a partner with the technology venture capital firm 212 Ventures and was CEO and founder of Vaultus, a wireless and software company. He holds a BA in computer science from Cornell and attended graduate school for computer science at Carnegie Mellon University.
TECHNIQUE 1: The Bread and Butter Trade—Playing Gaps.
TECHNIQUE 2: How to Play the QQ Q-SPY Spread Using Unilateral Pairs Trading.
TECHNIQUE 3: Buying Bankruptcies.
TECHNIQUE 4: Using the TICK.
TECHNIQUE 5: Playing the Bands.
TECHNIQUE 6: Stocks Less Than $5.
TECHNIQUE 7: The Slow Turtle.
TECHNIQUE 8: The QQQ Crash System.
TECHNIQUE 9: The Relative Fed Model (and Other Fun Things You Can Do with Yields).
TECHNIQUE 10: Deletions from the Indexes.
TECHNIQUE 11: Everything You Wanted to Know About the 200-Day Moving Average but Were Afraid to Ask.
TECHNIQUE 12: End of Quarter, End of Month, Outside Month.
TECHNIQUE 13: Ten Percent Down—Panic 101.
TECHNIQUE 14: Taking Advantage of Option Expiration Day.
TECHNIQUE 15: Extreme Convertible Arbitrage.
TECHNIQUE 16: Intraday Bollinger Bands.
TECHNIQUE 17: All Good Things Come in Fours (“4” Is a Magic Number).
TECHNIQUE 18: The Wednesday Reversal.
TECHNIQUE 19: What Does Not Work?
TECHNIQUE 20: Reading List.