Salt Lake City, UT. – May 26, 2010 — MetaStock
, a wholly owned subsidiary of Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI) released the Around the Horn add-on today for the MetaStock software platform.
Developed by Dr. Adrian Manz, Around the Horn
offers a simple and effective approach to trading. Around the Horn is a collection of seven daily pattern setups named after terms from the all-American sport of baseball such as the Fastball, Infield Fly, Switch Hitter, and 3-2 Pitch. These patterns reveal easy-to-understand, resilient, high-probability trade setups that can be used in any market; rising, falling, flat, or volatile. Regardless of the market environment, Around the Horn has a pattern set looking to capitalize on any market condition.
“With tools such as The Explorer and the Expert Advisor already in MetaStock, it only made sense to enhance the software with the patterns included with Around the Horn,” said Dr. Adrian Manz, developer of Around the Horn. “What differentiates Around the Horn from other add-ons is that only price and volume action is considered in the setups.”
“We are delighted our customers can use Around the Horn in conjunction with MetaStock,” said Scott Brown, President of MetaStock. “Around the Horn allows MetaStock customers to easily apply Dr. Manz’s methodologies to their everyday trades using real-time alerts and exact entry points.”
For more information about Around the Horn, please visit our product page
, or contact Alex Henricks at 801.883.8500 ext. 3161 or email him: email@example.com
is a subsidiary of Thomson Reuters. Founded in 1982, MetaStock develops and markets the award-winning MetaStock, a premier charting and technical analysis software solution. MetaStock provides both end-of-day and real-time data for most markets throughout the world for the retail trader. Additionally, MetaStock designs graphics and technical analysis components for the Thomson Reuters product line, serving professional traders in the world's largest financial institutions.
About Dr. Adrian ManzDr. Adrian F. Manz
has earned his living trading equities in his own account since 1998. He holds a Master's degree in Psychology, an MBA in International Business and Finance from the prestigious Peter F. Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, and a Doctorate in Organizational Behavior from the Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Manz has developed a trading style that relies on statistical, technical and fundamental analysis in the planning of every trade.