Technical Analysis Webinar Series

Web Series

The CMT Association hosts regular one-hour online lectures covering a variety of active investment management topics. In the interest of advancing the discipline of technical analysis, we tend to feature presentations which focus on rules-based strategies, intermarket relationships and macro analysis, volatility, and approaches to managing market risk.

All presentations are focused on educational, not commercial content. The entire webcast runs for approximately one hour, with the presentation typically lasting for 45-50 minutes and the remaining 10-15 minutes reserved for a live Q&A session. In the past, the CMT Association has hosted world-renowned investment professionals such as Martin Pring, Ned Davis, Dennis Gartman, Thomas Dorsey, Charles Kirkpatrick, CMT, and Ralph Acampora, CMT.

Upcoming Webcast Schedule

Webcast: “Crisis Alpha in 2020” with JC Parets, CMT
Apr 1 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am


JC Parets, CMT does not know anything about viruses. However, for investors trying to understand risk/reward relationships in the current markets, this presentation should not be missed. The All Star Charts team analyzes global securities markets based 100% on the supply and demand dynamics. Their timeframe is simple: JC and his team look out weeks and months. For intraday traders or ultra-long-term asset allocators in sovereign wealth and pension funds, this presentation may not apply directly to your decision making. For every other investor managing an intermediate-term time horizon, these tools are invaluable.

Candlestick charts guide JC’s daily analysis of global markets. He also reviews 3000 individual price charts weekly with just bars. No moving averages or momentum or anything else on the chart – just bars. Simplicity is surprisingly illuminating.

The market has taught JC, the hard way, to check his ego at the door and always remember that the future is unpredictable. It doesn’t matter how loud they get on TV, they don’t know anything that you don’t know about what will happen tomorrow, next week, or next year. In light of that fact, it all boils down to how well investors manage risk.

Join us Wednesday, April 1st to brief your team on a top down view of current market conditions including any improvements in market breadth, bullish divergences and other signs of bottoming for individual equities or global indices. JC will also point to non-correlated assets in the current environment and important ratio charts and intermarket relationships that point to opportunities even in the face of profoundly bearish conditions in February and March. Remember what Ned Davis taught us, it’s not about being right, it’s about making money.

Webcast: “Analyzing the Money Flows during This Time of Turmoil” with The Brogan Group
Apr 22 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am


The Brogan Group returns to the Educational Web Series to take a comprehensive look at money flows amidst the fall of the market.  Is there an end in sight, or should we brace ourselves for new lows?

Webcast: “Develop & Optimize Your Personal Brand” with Simone Sloan, Rph, MBA
May 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Your personal brand is authentic to you. Understanding the difference between marketing and branding is key to crystalizing who you are, determine what makes you compelling to your target audience, and how you express your brand externally. As you think about what makes you YOU, this presentation Simone Sloan will help you to:

  • • Identify your superpower and get clear on what you do better than anyone else
  • • Think about your top values – and how you operationalize them in business
  • • Identify strengths and areas of opportunity for your personal brand
  • • Create your personal brand canvas
Webcast: “Cybercrime through Social Engineering – The New Global Crisis” with Chris Kayser, CMT
May 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Chris’ presentation will focus on the social engineering aspects of cybercrime.  Referencing his new theory, RESCAT (Required Elements of a Social Engineering Cyber Attack Theory), he will explain how cybercriminals are able to manipulate our responses to phishing and other malicious forms of cyberattacks, that can result in users of technology becoming cybervictims.

He will also present a new perspective on why methods of educating users of technology to become more cyber-safe and cyber-savvy are not addressing a key element that is inhibiting users of technology from being able to become more aware of cyber intrusions and cyber threats.