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Aug
26
Wed
Webcast: “Reading the Current Market in Light of History’s Lessons” with Ryan Detrick, CMT
Aug 26 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

In many ways, what we’ve seen so far in 2020 has been both record-breaking and devastating. With a near 40% loss from the S&P 500 Index peak on February 19 to the bear market lows March 23, investors are now trying to make sense of record-breaking gains during the past 4 months. Immense rallies in the past have taken place coming off major market lows near the start of new bull markets. What does this mean for returns going out six months to a year?

Join LPL’s SVP & Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick, CMT for his take on the US equity market for the back half of 2020 and what lies beyond. Ryan employs a variety of technical tools including sentiment indicators to understand the likelihood of near-term pullbacks as well as breadth, momentum and relative strength to help clients participate in leading sectors and individual names while looking for changes in the macro landscape that signal risk-off environments.

Sep
9
Wed
Webcast: “When The Time Comes To Buy, You Won’t Want To” with Walter Deemer
Sep 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Walter Deemer returns to the Educational Web Series to talk about his 50+ years of experience working with Technical Analysis and how he’s been able to navigate market bottoms in the past.  In this hybrid presentation, Walter will share some of his past successes and failures with a brief presentation, before jumping into an interactive Q&A with our live audience for the second half of the event.

Sep
30
Wed
Webcast: “Market Microstructure, and It’s Importance in Technical Analysis” with Kirk Northington, CMT
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

In this presentation Kirk Northington, CMT, will discuss market microstructure features relevant to technical analysts.  Specifically, he will expand on how large financial players are moved by volatility and regulatory influences. 

Market microstructure has high importance to analytics, and the trade/investing decision. As technical analysts we have only scratched the surface of all that is possible within our skill set and financial markets’ microstructures.

Aug
26
Wed
Webcast: “Reading the Current Market in Light of History’s Lessons” with Ryan Detrick, CMT
Aug 26 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

In many ways, what we’ve seen so far in 2020 has been both record-breaking and devastating. With a near 40% loss from the S&P 500 Index peak on February 19 to the bear market lows March 23, investors are now trying to make sense of record-breaking gains during the past 4 months. Immense rallies in the past have taken place coming off major market lows near the start of new bull markets. What does this mean for returns going out six months to a year?

Join LPL’s SVP & Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick, CMT for his take on the US equity market for the back half of 2020 and what lies beyond. Ryan employs a variety of technical tools including sentiment indicators to understand the likelihood of near-term pullbacks as well as breadth, momentum and relative strength to help clients participate in leading sectors and individual names while looking for changes in the macro landscape that signal risk-off environments.

Sep
9
Wed
Webcast: “When The Time Comes To Buy, You Won’t Want To” with Walter Deemer
Sep 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Walter Deemer returns to the Educational Web Series to talk about his 50+ years of experience working with Technical Analysis and how he’s been able to navigate market bottoms in the past.  In this hybrid presentation, Walter will share some of his past successes and failures with a brief presentation, before jumping into an interactive Q&A with our live audience for the second half of the event.

Sep
30
Wed
Webcast: “Market Microstructure, and It’s Importance in Technical Analysis” with Kirk Northington, CMT
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

In this presentation Kirk Northington, CMT, will discuss market microstructure features relevant to technical analysts.  Specifically, he will expand on how large financial players are moved by volatility and regulatory influences. 

Market microstructure has high importance to analytics, and the trade/investing decision. As technical analysts we have only scratched the surface of all that is possible within our skill set and financial markets’ microstructures.