Stefanie Kammerman

Stefanie Kammerman

Stefanie Kammerman is the founder and managing director of The Stock Whisperer Trading Company, where she runs an online educational trading room called “The Java Pit.”  She teaches her students by sharing her screen all day long with many audio meetings.  Her unique approach of old fashioned trading in a high tech world teaches her students how to trade by reading the tape and spotting where the dark pool prints are, which teaches here students how to spot a correction before it happens.  She is the author of Counting the Cards of Wall Street, an online workshop which focuses on trading around volume and technical analysis. Stefanie is also a published singer/songwriter with BMI, having placed numerous songs on some of the most popular television shows such as “America’s Got Talent” and “American Idol” just to name a few.

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            [post_content] => As we turn the page on another summer season, well, here in the Northern Hemisphere, traders return from the Hamptons, or wherever they park their yachts, and supposedly liquidity comes back with them. But this is no ordinary year. Between on-again, off-again trade talks with China, negative interest rates overseas and volatility during the usually quiet dog days of late August, who knows?

The yield curve inverted again while long rates plummeted to super oversold levels. Gold scored a long-term breakout, and who gave the silver market a triple espresso? Yet through it all, the NYSE advance-decline line hit a new all-time high before Labor Day.

It’s been relatively quiet on the Association front, as you would expect during the late summer. However, things are ramping back up. The first item to note is that we are now accepting submissions for the 2020 Charles H. Dow Award (details within).  Registration for the next CMT exam cycle remains open, and we are welcoming a new crop of freshly-minted CMT charterholders into the fold.

This month, we’ve got an article by Stefanie Kammerman discussing dark pools. We all can agree that volume analysis has been somewhat ineffective over the past decade and one reason is that a lot of trading takes place off the exchanges. Whether you believe it or not, it is an interesting thought.

And Christopher Cain, CMT, is back with another article, this time explaining how his firm combines technical data with fundamentals and some quant methodology to only buy quality companies in rising trends.

This month’s member interview is with Fred Meissner, CMT, who has been a big supporter of the Association and has served in many positions over the years, including president.

And what has become my own favorite chapter, Minnesota, offered yet another speaker review from its monthly meeting. Come on, other chapters. We want to know what you are all up to these days. Send in your speaker reviews.

And while I am on a roll, how about individual members volunteer to send in your own reviews of relevant books you’ve read or lectures you’ve attended? Share the knowledge!

Michael Kahn, CMT

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