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The VISTA Research and Trading Report (VRTR)

Another facet of Vista-Research is the "VISTA Research and Trading Report" (VRTR). Vista-Research's VRTR is a newsletter based publication that includes Technical Articles by industry leaders, EasyLanguage tips & techniques, EasyLanguage Code, Omega Product Feature Reviews & Guides, EasyLanguage "How-To's" and much more. Each issue includes unique content for Omega platform users and example code. Currently, only past issues are made availble.

NOTE: Vista-Research announces a new "Digital" version of the VRTR back issues. The digital version uses the ".PDF" format, so you will need Acrobat Reader (a free download from Adobe) to view these files.

Back issues of The VISTA Research and Trading Report (VRTR) can be ordered as hard copy for $25.00 per issue (plus a shipping and handeling charge) or for $15.00 per issue in electronic form.

A partial contents of the issues follows.

Contributors :
Guest authors who have contributed in the past include:

  • Bruce Babcock
  • C. Christopher Cadbury
  • Kent Calhoun
  • Tushar S. Chande
  • W. Daniel DeLamater
  • Mark Douglas
  • Keith Fitchen
  • Scott R. Hicks
  • Ken Hornbrook
  • Perry J. Kaufman
  • Philip Kobierowski
  • Gregory L. Morris
  • Patrick M. Raffalovich
  • Russell Sands
  • Samuel K. Tennis
  • Neal T. Weintraub


Issue #01 : Who and What is VISTA Research and Trading?
Issue #02 : What are the Benefits of this Report?
Issue #03 : The Changing Face of SuperCharts and TradeStation!
Issue #04 : Protecting Your Investments
Issue #05 : What a Difference an Interface Makes!
Issue #06 : Where were you during October?
Issue #07 : Shareware
Issue #08 : The Keys to Fame and Fortune
Issue #09 : Spread Pretty Thin
Issue #10 : How Can A Little Number Cause So Much Havoc?
Issue #11 : Are Daily Bars Obsolete?
Issue #12 : Your Contribution can Make A Difference
Issue #13 : Anniversary Issue
Issue #14 : May You Live In Interesting Times
Issue #15 : Support Your Local Solution Provider
Issue #16 : Now For A Horse Of A Completely Different Color
Issue #17 : In Case You Were Wondering…
Issue #18 : May You Live In Interesting Times
Issue #19 : We Are Not In Kansas Anymore, Toto!
Issue #20 : Disgruntled eMail User Fires Shot in the Dark



Issue #01 : Who and What is VISTA Research and Trading?

Topics :
  • How to Use Easy Language to Improve your Trading
  • Volume PaintBar Studies
  • Why Use Multi-Data Charts?
  • TRIX are for Traders
  • Putting Analysis Techniques Together
  • The Trader's Corner "Insync Index"
  • Market Turns and Trades "Breakout and Double Bottom Markets"
Contributors :
  • Greg Morris
  • Tushar S. Chande


Issue #02 : What are the Benefits of this Report?

Topics :
  • Time Redundancy
  • Trend Lines Without the Tool
  • Using the Chart Analyst
  • The VHF Indicator and a Moving Average System
Contributors :
  • Perry J. Kaufman
  • Christopher Cadbury
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #03 : The Changing Face of SuperCharts and TradeStation!

Topics :
  • Expose on SuperCharts 3CD with it's object oriented user interface
  • The New DataManager Technology
Contributors :
  • Phil Kobierowski
  • Patrick M. Raffalovich
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #04 : Protecting Your Investments

Topics :
  • Systems Written In EasyLanguage: You Make The Call!
  • A Smoothed Moving Average
  • How About The Adaptive Moving Average
  • The Symbol Universe
  • The Psychology Of Successful Trading - Part One
  • Market Turns And Trades: Bitter Medicine, Sweet Results
  • Enter The Information Highway
Contributors :
  • Kent Calhoun
  • Tushar S. Chande
  • Jeffrey Cubillos
  • Carl Winter


Issue #05 : What a Difference an Interface Makes!

Topics :
  • How To Use The Adaptive Moving Average
  • Using Systems In SuperCharts 3.0
  • The Psychology Of Successful Trading - Part Two
Contributors :
  • Carl Winter
  • Kent Calhoun
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #06 : Where were you during October?

Topics :
  • Auto Analyst: "No Pages Have Been Selected. Please…"
  • Enter The Information Highway
  • To 32-Bit Or Not 32-Bit - Is It Really A Question?
  • Windows 95
  • Error Of The Month Club: "Grammar Error: Variables And Arrays Are Not Allowed Here."
  • Adding Alerts To Studies
  • The VISTA Research BBS
  • Zen Trading: The Art Of Mental Toughness
  • The Successful OEX Intraday Trader
Contributors :
  • Russell Sands
  • Samuel K. Tennis
  • an anonymous contribution


Issue #07 : Shareware

Topics :
  • Windows 95 and the TradeStation Dongle
  • Elementary Trading System Development
  • Tech Note: Owners of Cadbury's Option Premium Ratio Software
  • Error of the Month Club "Optimization Conflict"
  • Enter the Information Highway
  • Market Turns and trades: excerpt from "Tricks of the Floor Trader"
Contributors :
  • Gregory L. Morris
  • Neal T. Weintraub
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #08 : The Keys to Fame and Fortune

Topics :
  • Windows 95
  • Exploring EasyLanguage - The Many Faces Of Time
  • EasyLanguage: Allow No Entries Before…
  • EasyLanguage: Allow No Entries After…
  • EasyLanguage: On The Last Bar Of Data Only…
  • Error Of The Month Club
  • Enter The Information Highway.
  • EasyLanguage : Placing Exit Orders On The Bar Of Entry
  • Day Of Week Analysis
  • Near Real-time S&P 500 Futures Data From 10 Minute Bars
  • Paper Trading In The 90's
Contributors :
  • Patrick M. Raffalovich
  • Ken Hornbrook
  • W. Daniel DeLamater


Issue #09 : Spread Pretty Thin

Topics :
  • The Tarzan Spread
  • Creating a Spread in the Omega DataManager
  • Spread Calculation
  • Error of the Month Club: Unresolvable Data Number
  • Enter The Information Highway
  • Support of System Writer Plus
  • Excerpts from 'Tricks of the Floor Trader'
  • Review: $ecure by Chande Research and Trading
  • Tip: Print Log Window
Contributors :
  • Scott R. Hicks
  • Neal T. Weintraub
  • Patrick M. Raffalovich
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #10 : How Can A Little Number Cause So Much Havoc?

Topics :
  • Windows 95
  • EasyLanguage Template
Contributors :
  • Gregory L. Morris (sort of)
  • Kent Calhoun
  • Mark Douglas
  • W. Daniel DeLamater


Issue #11 : Are Daily Bars Obsolete?

Topics :
  • Windows 95: Creating A Shortcut To The Off-Line Server
  • EasyLanguage: Arrays Explained
  • EasyLanguage: Iterative Loops
  • Tip: Testing Daily Rules On Intraday Bars
  • The Assumptions Omega Makes About A Bar And How It Affects You.
Contributors :
  • Dr. Kenneth J. Groh
  • Russell Sands
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #12 : Your Contribution can Make A Difference

Topics :
  • Windows 95 Hp Printer Drivers Now Available
  • Service Pack Win95 Tune-Up
  • EasyLanguage: String Variables
  • Shareware - WinZip
  • The Wishing Well - Tell Us What You'd Like To See In Your Omega Product
  • Hard Drive Performance - Optimizing Your System Resources
  • Correction: Issue #10 "Use A Template To Get More..."
Contributors :
  • W. Daniel DeLamater
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #13 : Anniversary Issue

Topics :
  • EasyLanguage: How Many Bars Since...
  • Item: The Real Name Of True/False
  • TradeStation: Loss Of Real Time Data - Opening Pages Causes Stoppage Of Data Collection
  • EasyLanguage: To Loop Or Not To Loop...
  • Enter The Information Highway - Omega Owners Band Together And Create A Commonly Useful Email Resource List
  • EasyLanguage: The For Loop In Print
  • Tip: American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII)
Contributors :
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #14 : May You Live In Interesting Times

Topics :
  • Measuring a Trading System's Risk and Reward
  • EasyLanguage: The WHILE Loop in Print
  • Eazy Exchange of EasyLanguage Code
  • Shareware: ClipMate from ThornSoft
  • EasyLanguage: The Print Log Window
  • EasyLanguage: The Germ of a Report
Contributors :
  • Keith Fitschen
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #15 : Support Your Local Solution Provider

Topics :
  • EasyLanguage: Rollover
  • Multiple Sessions
  • Web Addresses For The Various Exchanges
  • Commodity Data, Problems And Solutions
  • Enter The Information Highway: Acronyms
Contributors :
  • Bruce Babcock
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #16 : Now For A Horse Of A Completely Different Color

Topics :
  • Announcement: New Products available from VISTA Research & Trading
  • EasyLanguage: A ShowMe Study with Manners
  • "AutoRun to the Rescue"
  • EasyLanguage: Trading A Variable Number of Contracts
  • EasyLanguage: A Conversion for Every Season
Contributors :
  • Michael Farrell
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #17 : In Case You Were Wondering…

Topics :
  • Announcement: 5VBTP IRS Software Package Release
  • "Coyote Trading"
  • TradeStation 4.0: Improved Copy To Clipboard
  • Special Report: S&P 5 VBTP Technical Analysis For 1997
  • Windows95 ScanDisk & DeFrag
  • EasyLanguage: Trade By Trade
  • Enter The Information Highway - A How To Guide (Contributed)
Contributors :
  • Brad Filsinger
  • Kent Calhoun
  • Charlie Drummond
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #18 : May You Live In Interesting Times

Topics :
  • Announcement: Omega Moved
  • Windows 95: Dragging Files
  • "Using Genesis COT Data In TradeStation"
  • EasyLanguage: Self Test #1
  • TradeStation 4.0: ReadMe file
  • EasyLanguage: The TrendLine Drawing Tool
  • Enter the Information Highway: ABS eMail alerts and Omega Tick Data
  • Utility: ClipMate 4.0 by ThornSoft Development
  • Tip: How to stop Junk Mail, Calls
  • Version of Omega Products Currently Shipping
  • The Wishing Well: TradeStation Charting
Contributors :
  • Ken Hornbrook
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #19 : We Are Not In Kansas Anymore, Toto!

Topics :
  • Announcement: Neal T. Weintraub's Upcoming Seminars
  • Omega Speaks Out: Documentation
  • A Sign Of The Times: Ian Copsey Submits His Own Definition Of Common Acronyms
  • Letter To The Editor: Commentary On Futures Truth Top Ten Trading Systems Of All-Time
  • Omega Research Says: About My Password
  • EasyLanguage: Short Circuit Evaluation
  • Enter The Information Highway: What Is The Internet?
  • EasyLanguage: A User Asks About 'if @CurrentBar > 1 then ... ;'
Contributors :
  • Kent Calhoun
  • Samuel K. Tennis


Issue #20 : Disgruntled eMail User Fires Shot in the Dark

Topics :
  • Disgruntled eMail User Fires Shot in the Dark
  • Omega Research Says
  • Question of the Ages
  • A Utility for Each Season
  • Text Drawing Tool Part #1
  • Advertorial : S&P 500 InterMarket Analysis Study Results
  • The Wishing Well
  • Text Drawing Tool Part #2
  • Scales of Gray
  • Enter the Information Highway
  • A User Asks
Contributors :
  • Samurl K. Tennis
  • Ken Hornbrook




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