AIQ TradingExpert For Windows by Technical Analysis, Inc.
Ah, artificial intelligence! When this decidedly cerebral topic was first coming to the academic surface many years
ago, it was seized by greedy traders as ardently as neural networks have been in the last several years, to equally
mixed results. Time will winnow down the neural network enthusiasts as it has the artificial intelligence fans, the
survivors being those with substance and staying power. In AIQ Systems, we evidently have a company and a technique with both these qualities.
AIQ Systems' TradingExpert combines rules for the general market and rules for stocks into one program. The
program helps you screen your stock universe and time trades in the indices or issues. In its current incarnation,
TradingExpert supports the Windows interface, which is rapidly becoming a standard in technical analysis software,
without going to full Microsoft Office format. The result is a visually oriented program customized to the technical
analyst's niche with great ease of use.
AIQ's trading model is currently performing well. A newsletter run by AIQ chief analyst Dave Vomund is currently
ranked second or third in Timer Digest . His relatively simple trading strategies studied since 1992 are showing
annual compound growth rates in the 22% range.
Between 400 and 500 rules now populate AIQ's TradingExpert, and the program has grown to occupy so much
intellectual and hard disk real estate that users may never explore all its riches. It's continually being developed and
elaborated on at AIQ Systems headquarters in Incline Village, so reviewing it is like glancing at a flock of birds as it
goes by: Not only is the target moving, but it's changing shape as well.