Posted April 17, 2014 By Larry Lovrencic

If you want to read TRADERS´ magazine, just go to their website and subscribe for FREE. TRADERS´ APRIL ISSUE COVERSTORY David vs Goliath What does a trader need to complete his trades in a disciplined way? Confidence! And how can he get that? By knowing what he is doing and by completely understanding the […]

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Posted February 5, 2014 By Larry Lovrencic

APTA and MTA FAQs What is the MTA and what do they have to do with APTA?  MTA information Click here. APTA and the MTA have a strategic partnership in Australia, offering honorary membership to MTA members. How can I learn more about the MTA ? Watch the following short video What are the benefits of an […]

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CMT Level I & II Deadline Extension – April 16, 2014

Posted April 10, 2014 By Larry Lovrencic

By Matthew Rimi The registration deadline for Level I & II of the CMT exam has been extended from April 1, 2014 to April 16, 2014. Registration for the CMT exams will close at 2:00pm on April 16, 2014. Seats are limited and based on availability. To ensure your seat, please sign up as soon […]

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By admin The MTA Annual Award winners are nominated for their life-long outstanding contribution to the development and widespread acceptance of technical analysis by institutional practitioners and individual investors. At the 2nd Annual Gala Awards Dinner on April 3rd, 2014, the MTA recognized Larry Williams as the recipient for the 2014 Annual Award. “In recognition […]

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By admin The Market Technicians Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Charles H. Dow Award as Charles V. Bilello, CMT and Michael A. Gayed, CFAfor their submission, “An Intermarket Approach to Beta Rotation: The Strategy, Signal, and Power of Utilities.” The 2014 submissions represented a diverse and competitive array of research. […]

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JOE WEISENTHAL Michael Lewis’ new book Flash Boys comes out today. It’s all about the confusing world of high-frequency, algorithmic trading. He was on 60 Minutes last night talking about the subject and promoting his book. In this short segment, he argues that the stock market is rigged. The first 45 seconds are the […]

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ASIC poised to clamp down on HFT

Posted April 7, 2014 By Larry Lovrencic PATRICK DURKIN, JONATHAN SHAPIRO AND JOHN KEHOE KEY POINTS United States exchange IEX removes the speed advantage of high frequency trading. ASIC tells financial services inquiry markets are rigged and retail investors are walking away. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has threatened to introduce clamps on super-fast computer trades to reduce their speed […]

Be the first to comment By John Detrixhe, Nikolaj Gammeltoft and Sam Mamudi Forget the equity market. For high-frequency traders, the place to be is foreign exchange. Firms using the ultra-fast strategies getting scrutiny thanks to Michael Lewis’s book “Flash Boys” accounted for more than 35 percent of spot currency volume in October 2013, up from 9 percent in […]

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MTA Award Dinner 2014

Posted April 5, 2014 By Larry Lovrencic

by Michael Kahn, CMT An excerpt from Michael Kahn’s blog Behind The Headlines. I made a really good decision just last week – to attend the 2014 MTA Awards dinner. While I was not going to attend the MTA Symposium for many reasons not the least of which was still having to do my […]

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