Katie Stockton, CMT

Katie Stockton, CMT

Katie Stockton provides technical analysis with a top-down approach, employing multiple indicators to help identify trends and short-term trading opportunities. Prior to joining BTIG in 2013, Ms. Stockton served as Chief Market Technician at MKM Partners. Previously, she was a trader for Ulysses Management, a New York-based hedge fund. Earlier in her career, Ms. Stockton also served as a publishing analyst for the technical strategy group at Morgan Stanley and as a technical analyst for Wit Soundview. She received her Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation in 2001. Ms. Stockton joined the board of the Market Technicians Association in 2011 as a Director. She later served as Vice President of the organisation from 2012 through June 2016. Ms. Stockton graduated magna cum laude with a BSBA from the University of Richmond.

Contributions

Conversations: Podcast Interview with Katie Stockton, CMT

Conversations returns this week with Katie Stockton! After wrapping up a spectacular presentation for the Minneapolis Chapter, Katie spent some time with Tim Braun, CMT discussing her outlook on our current....
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Conversations: Podcast Interview with Katie Stockton

Katie Stockton, CMT discusses her use of Japanese Cloud Charts, a typical day at MKM, and how she juggles a high-powered position and a 14 month old....
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Technical Tools for Trend Followers

A presentation held by Katie Stockton on November 10, 2016 as part of the MTA's United Kingdom Chapter. Technical tools help us identify trends and turning points, putting us in a better position to capture tradable market moves. An indicator that gives a clear “buy” or....
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Media Panel Discussion - 2010 MTA May Symposium

Media Panel: Managing Media Communication, Effective Strategy & Tactics to Expand Your Market Exposure The media panel will explore the challenge of effectively communicating technical market strategies to a fundamentally oriented financial services industry. Panel....
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