Letter from the Editor
Trading and getting involved in the MTA are the focus of this month’s newsletter. Dan Zanger is a short-term trader with an enviable record of success. Ajay Jani offers insights into his thinking, and then we reprint what Dan considers to be among his most important rules. We also review a new book by Larry Connors and Cesar Alvarez from TradingMarkets.com. Short-term trading can offer high potential profits, but these articles also address the risk which is inseparable from trading.
We also have news from the MTA Educational Foundation and the Journal Committee. The MTA is constantly advancing into academia and these initiatives are at the forefront of that march. This will add value to your membership and bring added prestige to the CMT designation by improving the acceptance of technical analysis within the investment community.
Please let us know what you think of the newsletter, and how we can improve this member benefit for you.
Mike Carr, CMT
Perseverance DefinedThe Story of Dan Zangerby Ajay G. Jani, CMT
On April 23rd 2009, I had the opportunity to speak with Dan Zanger. Zanger is a legend in the stock trading business, having run up a six figure account to $42 million during the heyday of the...
Dan Zanger's 10 Golden Stock Rules And Trading Tipsby Dan Zanger
This article is excerpted from Dan Zanger’s web site http://www.chartpattern.com/10_golden_rules.html and is reprinted with permission. Notice: This method and its methodology work best for those...
HIGH PROBABILITY ETF TRADING: 7 Professional Strategies to Improve Your ETF Trading by Larry Connors, Cesar Alvarez, and Connors Researchby Laurence Connors & Cesar Alvarez & Michael Carr, CMT
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) have been around for more than 16 years – the American Stock Exchange began trading SPDRs on January 29, 1993. From this humble start, there are now more than 800 ETFs...
Letter from the Editor of the Journal of Technical Analysis
The MTA Journal of Technical Analysis Welcomes Robert R. Prechter, Jr. CMT and Sid Mokhtori, CMT On behalf of the MTA Journal of Technical Analysis, we would like to announce changes in our...
An Interview with Jeremy Berkovits, CMTby Jeremy Berkovits, CMT & Yevgen Avramych
After speaking at the MTA Symposium in May, Jeremy Berkovits took a few moments to discuss the path he took to become a market technician. He also offered some career advice for aspiring CMTs, and...
On Campusby Kimberly Sokoloff, CMT
I recently had the pleasure of teaching two Series 7 classes with MTA Educational Foundation President Bruce Kamich, CMT, at the University of Delaware. We had 24 students in each of the classes,...
MTA Financial Positionby Diana Perez
As the Controller of the MTA, I am pleased to announce the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009 financial results. Please note that at this point the financials are “unaudited”. The audit is...
CMT Program Updateby Jeanette Schwarz Young CMT, CFP, CFTe, MS
The CMT Test Development Committee and CMT Advisory Committee will be very busy during the next several months in a combined effort to continually enhance the CMT program. We are pleased to announce...
MTA Educational Web Series Registration is now open for the following upcoming presentations of the FREE MTA Educational Web Series. Sign Up Now – Monday, August 10th, Joe Kinahan and Ryan...
New Educational Content This Month
September 14, 2022
Candlestick Analysis, Enhancing Portfolio Management Returns
Presenter(s): Stephen W. Bigalow
September 7, 2022
Democratizing Data: Access for All
Presenter(s): Steven Orr, Vincent Sangiovanni
August 24, 2022
Portfolio Management Using Long-Term Relative Strength and Long-Term Momentum as the Only Criteria
Presenter(s): Troy Trentham, CMT