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The Denver Chapter of the CMT Association invites you to our meeting on Wednesday, June 19, 2019. We are pleased to have Will Geisdorf of Ned Davis Research as our guest speaker for this event.
We encourage you to bring clients and colleagues interested in technical analysis to this presentation. We look forward to seeing you there! Space is limited, please register early.
Jason Meshnick, CMT
Louis Llanes, CFA, CMT
Denver Chapter Chairs
Is the Global Slowdown Coming to an End?
If so, What Countries/Regions Should Outperform Over the Coming Quarters?
Will Geisdorf, CMT
Ned Davis Research
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The Hub @ Lone Tree
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8827 Lone Tree Parkway
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Free for members; $15.00 for non-members
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The Richmond Chapter of the CMT Association welcomes you to our next event on Thursday, June 20, 2019. This evening will be a Happy Hour with Fun Food.
Come celebrate the beginning of Summer. We hope to see you there!
Cody Tafel, CMT
June 20, 2019
5:30PM – 7:30 PM
Beijing on Grove
The Back Room is reserved.
5710 Grove Ave
Richmond, VA 23226
Let’s revive the Washington DC/Baltimore Chapter of the CMT Association! As someone with a strong passion for the field of Technical Analysis, I am hoping that you will join me in rebuilding this once prominent Chapter.
With a large contingency of both buy-side and sell-side firms in our area, I believe that we can have a profound impact on making this discipline more readily accessible to professionals in our geographic region. However, in order to bring educational value to current members, as well as spreading the good word and recruiting new individuals, it will require a team effort.
Please join me to discuss how we can accomplish these goals, along with any others you may have that will help us push Technical Analysis forward in a positive manner.
Ian McMillan, CMT
Washington DC/Baltimore Chapter Chair
The Canadian Society of Technical Analysts and CMT Association cordially invites you to our next meeting on Friday, June 21, 2019. This is the CSTA 2019 Annual Luncheon, AGM and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Connie Brown, CFTe, MFTA will be inducted into the Canadian Technical Analysis Hall of Fame at this year’s meeting. We hope to see you there!
Colin Cieszynski, CMT, CFA, CFTe
Canadian Society of Technical Analysts
Global Cash Flow Analysis and Influences
Connie Brown, CFTe, MFTA
Toronto CFA Society
120 Adelaide Street West
To Register: https://csta.org/event-3287285
$40.00 to members; $45.00 for non-members
The Atlanta chapter of CMT Association invites you to our next meeting on Monday, June 24, 2019. We are pleased to have Craig Johnson as our guest speaker.
We encourage you to bring clients or colleagues interested in technical analysis to this presentation. We look forward to seeing you there!
Dean Christians, CMT
Paul Wankmueller, CMT
Atlanta Chapter Chairs
June 24, 2019
4:45 PM – Refreshments at The Bucket Shop Café
5:45 PM – Presentation in Room 334
Craig Johnson, CMT, CFA
Managing Director & Chief Market Technician
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Why does Craig believe in a range bound 2019 and Year-End Price Objective on the S&P 500 of 2,725?
Terry College of Business
3475 Lenox Road NE, Room 334
Atlanta, GA 30326-3228
Free to members and non-members.
Cesar will be evaluating several different position sizing methods for a short term mean reversion strategy. These include Percent of Equity, Percent Risk, Percent of Volatility and Target Volatility. Comparisons will be done on Compounded Annual Growth, Maximum Drawdown and Sharpe Ratio. Are the more complicated methods better?