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Dima Vonko

Dima Vonko

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010


Dima Vonko is the creator of Tradecision trading software for advanced technical analysis, which boasts a unique combination of a powerful neural network capability and full-fledged, feature-rich charting functionality. He has contributed to several well-known trading publications, such as Traders magazine, Investopedia, Trade2Win, and others.

  • The Pitfalls of Cycle Trading

    Published 10 November 2006 | viewed 2,799 times

    MAGIC APPEAL OF CHANGE There are technical analysis techniques that, for some reason, seem to have always been around, at least ever since the market…

  • Neural Networks: Myths and Reality

    Published 30 October 2006 | viewed 5,789 times

    In this age of previously unheard of technological progress many technology-related things either come unnoticed as they appear or, vice versa, are vastly extolled and…