If you don’t subscribe to SFO (Stocks, Futures and Options Magazine), you should. You can subscribe here. First of all, it’s free—in a print and online edition for U.S. residents, online only for the rest of the world. But it’s a far cry from those free magazines that go straight to recycling. Some of the best known names in the trading world contribute to its pages. There are interviews, “spotlights” on issues of national economic importance, and a range of materials for the active trader. In the last two issues, for instance, there were articles on system design, multiple timeframe trading, point and figure charts, chandelier stops, trading models vs. mechanical systems, and a new indicator to assess downside risk.
I’m in no way affiliated with SFO, just a very satisfied reader. The combination of free and good is all too uncommon. SFO does this combination one better. It is free and excellent!