LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
This month and next, we will feature information covered at the MTA Annual Symposium. This year’s event was the best to date. The quality of the speakers, attendees and collaborative partners was exceptional. Planning is now underway for the 2015 Symposium. If you would like to provide feedback to the MTA on your experience, or make suggestions for topics and speakers next year, please fill out this brief survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HY39WYV
The Symposium committee pulled together a wide array of thought leaders from the investment industry. Technically Speaking will feature summaries of some of the innovative and thought provoking presentations next month. No planning committee can control the quality of attendees. The fact that so many intelligent and personable analysts decide to attend every year is a reflection of the MTA membership. The organization attracts the best and the brightest minds in our field. Great attendees add to the educational value of the Symposium and provide networking opportunities that each member finds in their own way.
Collaborative Partners provide support to the event and offer an opportunity for all attendees to check out emerging technologies, research and services available. The MTA is very excited about the organizations that sponsored the Symposium this year and the work they are doing to advance technical analysis in the broader financial industry. We’ve included educational articles from two partners in this issue. The information can be useful to users of their products or to users of other software tools.
Let us know what you’d like to see in upcoming issues of Technically Speaking at email@example.com.
2014 CHARLES H. DOW AWARD WINNER - AN INTERMARKET APPROACH TO BETA ROTATION: THE STRATEGY, SIGNAL, AND POWER OF UTILITIESby Charlie Bilello, CMT & Michael Gayed, CFA
Since 1994, the MTA has presented the Charles H. Dow Award for excellence and creativity in technical analysis. The papers honored with the Award have represented the richness and depth of technical...
RRG WEIGHTSby Mathew Verdouw, CMT, CFTe
Since I was introduced to Relative Rotation Graphs, I have been constantly playing with them and trying to see how they can give me insights into what is happening in the market. I love looking at...
MEMORIAL AWARD FOR JOSEPH E. GRANVILLEby Dr. Jerry Blythe, MD
Editor’s note: this is a reprint of the comments Dr. Jerry Blythe delivered at the MTA Annual Gala dinner when presenting the Memorial Award to Karen Granville, Joe’s widow. I want to thank the...
CREATING EXCEPTIONAL CHARTS FOR YOUR PUBLICATIONS: 9 KEY INGREDIENTSby stockcharts.com
Key Ingredient 1: Global Availability You never know when an idea will hit or where you’ll be when you need access to your charts. The office is the logical place, but market technicians are...
INTERVIEW WITH MATT WELLERby Matt Weller & Amber Hestla-Barnhart
How would you describe your job? Though my official title is Senior Technical Analyst, I would actually describe my job as one-third analyst, one-third educator, and one-third reporter. The most...
New Educational Content This Month
November 22, 2023
Utilizing Trend & Mean Reversion in Breadth Studies to Gauge Market Conditions
Presenter(s): Victor Riesco
November 18, 2023
Beating the Bench
Presenter(s): Scott Brown, CMT
October 25, 2023
Equity Risk & Potential – Q4, ’24 & Beyond
Presenter(s): Timothy Hayes, CMT