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: “Three Judases: Overfitting three different ways” with Robert Carver
Jul 14 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

In this talk Rob discusses the endemic problem of overfitting systematic trading systems. He explains the obvious, and less obvious, consequences of getting carried away with fitting. Rob also discusses three types of fitting: The one everyone has heard of, another you do but don’t admit to, and one you may not even realize you are doing. Finally, he introduces some methods you can use to avoid committing the various crimes of overfitting

Webcast: “Volume Analysis Series (Part 2): Profiting from Trends” with Buff Dormeier, CMT
Aug 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Identify, Follow, and Profit from Trends
Introduction to the VPCI, Volume Price Confirmation Indicator and the TTI Trend Trust Indicator

Webcast: “Volume Analysis Series (Part 3) : Volume Analysis with Indexes” with Buff Dormeier, CMT
Oct 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

It is time to Buff up your volume data, an introduction to Capital Weighted Volume.

Webcast: “Volume Analysis Series (Part 4): The Volume Factor Volume Analysis & Momentum Investing” with Buff Dormeier, CMT
Dec 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Volume the missing factor, combining volume with momentum for
more responsive and reliable outcomes.