We are pleased to announce that the 68th Issue of the Journal of Technical Analysis (JOTA)
is now available. This issue features an exceptional collection of technical research from industry practitioners and academics alike. These articles provide insights into the practical application as well as the history of technical analysis and cover topics from trading leveraged ETFs to analyzing Keynes’s writings on investor behavior.
The JOTA seeks to advance the knowledge and understanding of technical analysis through the publication of well-crafted, high-quality research. We would like to thank the Authors for their contribution to this issue and the entire Editorial Board who make this publication possible.
The CMT Association looks forward to expanding the field of technical analysis and sharing the body of knowledge with our global community. As members of the Market Technicians Association, we encourage you to share this publication with your colleagues and submit your future research to the JOTA.
If you are interested in submitting an article, have general questions, or would like to join the editorial board, please contact our Journal Committee Chair, Julie Dahlquist, Ph.D., CMT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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JoTA Issue 68
Table of Contents:
Letter from the Editor
by Julie Dahlquist, Ph.D., CMT
An Intermarket Approach to Beta Rotation
by Charles V Bilello, CMT and Michael A. Gayed, CFA
The Repeating Story of On Balance Volume
by George A. Schade, CMT
The Identification and Utilization of Balanced Ladder Levels in the
Technical Analysis of Stock and Market Index Time Series by Carl Aspin
A Comparison of Support and Resistance Levels Defined though
Balanced Ladder Values and by Golden Ratios by Carl Aspin
Keynes and the Psychology of the Market
by Stella Osoba, CMT
Looking to Our Own Planet for Market Insights
by Tom McClellan
Parameter-Results Stability: A New Test of Trading Strategy Effectiveness
by Larry Connors and Matt Radtke
Harnessing Volatility for Profit Through Leverage
by G.L. “Biff” Robillard, CMT and Thomas C. Pears