About me

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My name is Pawel Kosinski and my passion is investigating of trading strategies in the stock and currency market. In fact, I have been creating algorithms and programs for trading strategies for years.

I am a professor in process technology at University of Bergen in Norway (see this site). My research interests involve mathematical modelling of various physical phenomena with a lot of programming. In fact, technical analysis of financial markets requires very similar skills. Not so surprising: many successful traders have a technical/engineering background.

Besides, I enjoy teaching and therefore I created this site. In addition, I have written some articles on technical analysis of the stock market:

Kosinski, Pawel [2019]. ““Double bottom chart pattern: selling earlierTech­nical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Volume 37: May.

Kosinski, Pawel [2019]. “Treading Breakaway Gaps,” Tech­nical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Volume 37: March.

Kosinski, Pawel [2019]. “Double Bottom Patterns: Increasing the Odds,” Tech­nical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Volume 37: January.

Kosinski, Pawel [2018]. “Testing The Engulfing Bullish Pattern,” Tech­nical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Volume 36: December.

Kosinski, Pawel [2018]. “Double Bottoms Revisited,” Tech­nical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Volume 36: September.

Kosinski, Pawel [2017]. “Are chart patterns still valid?“, Seeking Alpha.

Kosinski, Pawel [2017]. “Trading Nonstandard Double Bottoms“, Seeking Alpha.