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MIDAS MARKET ANALYSIS
Modified VWAP Methodologies

Andrew A. Coles, PhD

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Andrew Coles is a graduate of King's College London KQC with a First Class Honours

degree and a Henry Neville Gladstone Exhibition. He was a recipient of a

British Academy Postgraduate Studentship and was a Postdoctoral Research

Fellow of the British Academy.


For his Master's and PhD, as well as for his postdoctoral research, Andrew Coles

worked at the universities of London and Oxford as well as the Institute of Classical

Studies, publishing on the early history and philosophy of science, including a book

for Oxford University Press.


Andrew Coles has a Diploma in technical analysis from the UK Society of Technical

Analysts (STA-UK) and a Diploma in international technical analysis from the

International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA). He is also a Certified

Financial Technician (CFTe).


Coles has developed several new MIDAS curves and indicators as part of the ongoing MIDAS project and has lectured on the MIDAS system as well as taught its basic principles. He has also advised hedge funds on the implementation of MIDAS techniques.


Time permitting, his ongoing commitment to the MIDAS approach has also involved the development of automated day trading systems for academic publication alongside Amir Naser Hojati of the The Institute of Economic Research & Development, University of Tehran.


Previously Coles was involved in the IFTA Body of Knowledge project.


For updated biographical details in relation to the ongoing MIDAS project please click here.


In his spare time, Andrew Coles is a Bronze standard glider (sailplane) pilot and

a qualified scuba diver (PADI Open Water).


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Market-based Publications



“The MIDAS Touch, Part 1,” Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES,

volume 26: September, 2008.


“The MIDAS Touch, Part 2,“ Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES,

volume 26: October, 2008.


“Market Touch and MIDAS,“ Technical Analysis of  STOCKS & COMMODITIES,

volume 27: July, 2009. (With David Hawkins)


"Applying MIDAS to Daily and Weekly Charts," Technical Analysis of STOCKS &

COMMODITIES, volume 27: August, 2009. (With David Hawkins)


"MIDAS and Intraday Charts," Technical Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES,

volume 27: September, 2009.\


"An Anchored VWAP Channel for Congested Markets,"Technical Analysis of

STOCKS & COMMODITIES, volume 28: July, 2010.


"Applying the MIDAS Method to the Cash Foreign Exchange Markets," Forex

Journal, December 2010. www.forexjournal.com, www.fxsummit.com.


"MIDAS Curves Without VWAP: New Methods for Mapping the Hidden

Changes in Trader and Investor Psychology, part 1," www.activetradermag.com,

Active Trader, June 2011.


"MIDAS Curves Without VWAP: New Methods for Mapping the Hidden

Changes in Trader and Investor Psychology, part 2," www.activetradermag.com,

Active Trader, July 2011.


"MIDAS Mid-Year 2011 Review of the Euro With Key Support and

Resistance," www.forexjournal.com, Forex Journal, July 2011.


"Automated Techniques for Intraday Traders, part 1," Technical Analysis

of STOCKS & COMMODITIES, volume 29, August, 2011.


"Automated Techniques for Intraday Traders, part 2," Technical Analysis

of STOCKS & COMMODITIES, volume 29, September, 2011.


MIDAS Technical Analysis: A VWAP Approach to Trading And Investing

in Today's Markets, Bloomberg Press and John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2011.


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