LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
This month, we are highlighting several examples of work that may be at the leading edge of technical analysis research. Robert Prechter, Jr., CMT, popularized Elliott Wave and is probably the individual most responsible for its worldwide popularity. He has continued studying wave patterns and extended that study to socionomics, a field he developed and discusses in this issue.
In addition to demonstrating his personal brilliance, socionomics demonstrates how the knowledge gained in the study of technical analysis can be applied to other fields. A detailed example of socionomics, demonstrating the link between the public mood, stocks prices and Presidential elections, is also included and readers should consider downloading the full paper. Manuel Amunategui then offers an intriguing idea that addresses some of the problems created by 24-hour trading. In some markets, the open and close have become less significant but the technique Manuel presents could help redefine price charts in these markets.
December marks the end of the year and an end to a special discount price available for the Annual Symposium. The speakers, including Robert Prechter who will be sharing his latest work, promise to deliver value to any trader and analyst. Please tell us what you think about the newsletter with an email to email@example.com.
SOCIAL MOOD, STOCK MARKET PERFORMANCE, & US PRESIDENTIAL REELECTIONS
Many readers of Technically Speaking know that former MTA president Robert Prechter, Jr. has pioneered the field of socionomics, which according to the Socionomics Institute is “the study of social...
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT R. PRECHTER JR.: WHERE I BELIEVE SOCIONOMICS IS HEADINGby Robert Prechter, CMT
Socionomics Institute Director Mark Almand interviews MTA member and founder of the Socionomics Institute, Robert Prechter, Jr. Mark Almand: Socionomics seems to be gathering steam. You have a...
INTERVIEW WITH KATIE STOCKTON, CMTby Katie Stockton, CMT & Amber Hestla-Barnhart
How would you describe your job? My job is to provide technical research to institutional clients, including mutual funds and hedge funds. My focus is primarily on U.S. equities, although...
THE THREE-BAR TRADING DAYby Manuel Amunategui
The Three-Bar Trading Day is a quick way to gauge market participation by separating the trading day into three parts: the pre-market, the regular session, and the post-market. This isn’t...
MTA BLOGSby Bhaskar Radadiya
Editor’s note: The blogs on the members’ section of the MTA web site are a valuable source of short-term trading ideas as the first reprint below demonstrates. They are also a resource for those...
New Educational Content This Month
December 6, 2023
Marrying Fundamental and Technical Analysis for Independent RIAs
Presenter(s): David Rath
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