LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
In February, the MTA is recognizing Women in Finance and will be featuring webcasts by experts in technical analysis who also happen to be women. We have tried to recognize the contributions some women have made to technical analysis in this issue of Technically Speaking.
The MTA has a long history of recognizing the role of women in finance including Bernadette Murphy, CMT, who served as the fifth president of the organization in 1977. We also briefly highlight the work of another past President, Gail Dudack, CMT, in this month’s newsletter along with brief articles about the work of Louise Yamada, CMT and Jeanette Schwarz Young, CFP, CMT.
While celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the MTA, it is interesting to note that the MTA has always focused on “attract(ing) and retain(ing) a membership of professionals devoting their efforts to using and expanding the field of technical analysis and sharing their body of knowledge with their fellow members.” Those words in found in the MTA constitution and history shows that women just happen to have been among the leading contributors to the body of knowledge over the years.
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APPLYING STANDARD TOOLS IN UNIQUE WAYSby Louise Yamada, CMT
Louise Yamada, CMT, is Managing Director of Louise Yamada Technical Research Advisors (LYA), the firm she founded in 2005 after a 25-year career at Smith Barney (Citigroup) where she had been...
EXPLAINING COMPLEX IDEAS IN SIMPLE TERMSby Gail Dudack, CMT
Gail Dudack, CMT, now the Managing Director of Dudack Research Group a division of Wellington Shields & Co. LLC., is an analyst who has enjoyed a long and successful career by delivering clear...
DETAILED OPERATIONAL KNOWLEDGE CAN LEAD TO SUCCESSby Jeanette Schwarz Young CMT, CFP, CFTe, MS
The successful career of Jeanette Schwarz Young, CFP, CMT, demonstrates the importance of understanding how markets work. She understands the theory of technical analysis and can demonstrate how to...
INTERVIEW WITH LASZLO KOVACS, CMTby Laszlo Kovacs, CMT & Amber Hestla-Barnhart
How would you describe your job? I am an asset manager and also deal with financial risk management in the insurance industry. What led you to look at the particular markets you specialize...
GEORGE LINDSAY’S “AN AID TO TIMING” ANNOTATED EDITIONby Ed Carlson & Michael Carr, CMT
In 2011, Ed published George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis, bringing the work of a forgotten technician to the attention of a new audience. Lindsay used counts to precisely identify...
A TECHNICAL GUIDE FOR DOMESTIC ETF PORTFOLIOSby Jonathan Beck
Editor’s Note: This is a weekly report developed by Jonathan Beck using a classical technical approach to investing. This approach is intended to uncover trends, patterns, relative strength...
THE THIRD: A KEY TO TOPS AND BOTTOMS IN THE DOWby Scott Hathaway, CFTe
INTRODUCTION AND FOUNDATION “3 shall be the number thou shall count, and the number of the counting shall be three…” The Monty Python reference not-withstanding, the number 3 generates much...
CONNORS RSI: UPDATES AN OLD INDICATOR WITH MODERN TOOLSby Michael Carr, CMT
Technical analysis is a mixture of old and new tools. Dow Theory was developed more than one hundred years ago at a time when even handheld calculators were unavailable. Actually many of the most...
New Educational Content This Month
October 19, 2022
New Horizons on the Relative Strength Index
Presenter(s): Sofien Kaabar, CFA
October 12, 2022
Are The Streets Still Smart? Evaluating Swing Trading Strategies in Modern Markets
Presenter(s): Davide Pandini, PhD, CMT, MFTA, CSTA
September 14, 2022
Candlestick Analysis, Enhancing Portfolio Management Returns
Presenter(s): Stephen W. Bigalow