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NASDAQ 100 Index. A Current Case Study.

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2017/03/nasdaq-100-index-a-current-case-study.html Point and Figure charts are generated from price volatility, unlike a vertical (bar) chart, which is plotted as a function of time. This is particularly valuable to Wyckoffians who are always on the search for a Cause being built. Causes lead to Effects; Accumulation results in Markup and Distribution turns into Markdown. Point and […]

How did 2016 treat you? How did your RBT treat 2016?

An article by Ivan Krastins It is that time of year … again … to have a look at the performance of various RBT’s that have been designed by some students of my L.I.V.E.T.M. approach … Click below to continue reading the article. Ivan How was 2016 for you

Next APTA Meeting – Tues 4th Oct 2016

Tues 4th October 2016 The next meeting of the Australian Professional Technical Analysts (APTA) Incorporated will be held at the City Tattersalls Club, 194 – 204 Pitt St, Sydney, at 6pm on Tuesday 4th October  2016. * Please note that APTA and MTA members receive 3 Continuing Education (CE) Credits for the CMT and AMT […]

Train Your Brain for Trading (No, Really!)

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-19/neuroscience-may-help-train-your-brain-for-trading?cmpid=BBD081916_BIZ Recent research finds that traders looking at prices use parts of the brain associated with reading other people. by Jon Asmundsson Bloomberg Markets A stock’s price is ticking up and down on a screen in front of you. Do you rationally evaluate the probabilities that the price will rise before you pull the trigger on a trade? Or […]

Technically Speaking August 2016 Issue Now Available!

Technically Speaking magazine is a monthly periodical distributed to the MTA membership in digital format. Technically Speaking highlights a variety of topics in market analysis, asset management, and trading. The magazine features articles, techniques and research written by members of the MTA and wider financial community, book reviews, and interviews with recognized industry professionals. View […]

Cautious Outlook For US Equities

What lies ahead in September for US Equities? Bruno Estier, Independent Market Strategist You can view this video and the full video archive on the Dukascopy TV page: http://www.dukascopy.com/tv/en/#193388 0:00sep tember is wearing me as every September we know that sometimes if we 0:05look for example in 2014 volatility tend to write the morning brunei […]

Coworking for Share & Derivatives Traders

Coworking for Share & Derivatives Traders Sydney, AU 7 Members I run a financial services business and have spare office space that I would like to open up for like minded traders & investors. If you are trading / investing pretty much fu… Next Meetup Come and check out the coworking space. Tuesday, Aug 23, […]

Stocks Are Breaking the Glass Ceiling: 6 Reasons to Be Bullish

Stocks Are Breaking the Glass Ceiling: 6 Reasons to Be Bullish by Martin Pring | Aug 11, 2016 | Market Commentary | 0 comments At the beginning of 2000, I unsuccessfully submitted a bearish stock market article, A Turn of the Tide, to a well-known US financial publisher. At the time, in the middle of […]

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