LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
This month’s newsletter begins with an article that covers the past and the present. Ralph Acampora, CMT, was present at the beginning of the MTA and has been a part of every major development in the organization during the past 40 years. He looks forward to the next 40 years of the MTA and expects much to change over that time. However, he also expects some things to remain as they are. Ralph, like so many others, expects the MTA to continue to be a professional organization where ideas are freely shared. The MTA will continue advancing the profession of technical analysis on Wall Street.
In addition to taking a long-term look into the future, we are also looking just a few months ahead in this issue. Although it is only January, the planning for this year’s Annual Symposium is well underway. In this month’s issue of Technically Speaking we are offering insights from two of the scheduled speakers, Perry Kaufman and John Murphy, CMT.
We hope that you will be planning to attend the Symposium and to participate in your local MTA Chapter in the coming year. We also hope you will share your work through the newsletter. Submissions can be sent at any time to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOOKING BACK AND LOOKING AHEAD: A CONVERSATION WITH RALPH ACAMPORA, CMTby Amber Hestla-Barnhart
In late-December, I had the chance to speak with Ralph Acampora, CMT, about the early days of the MTA, the organization’s growth over the past 40 years and his thoughts on where the MTA will be 40...
THE STOCK AND THE COMPANYby Ralph Acampora, CMT
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the May 1982 MTA Journal, issue 13. It is still timely and offers useful information for technicians almost 32 years after it was written. One...
TRADING PHILOSOPHY AND STRATEGY OVERVIEWby Perry J. Kaufman
Editor’s note: This article was published at KaufmanSignals.com and is reprinted here worth permission of the author. Understanding Systems and Markets Algorithmic trading systems bring the...
INTERMARKET ANALYSISby Arthur Hill, CMT
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared at StockCharts.com and is republished here with permission. Introduction Intermarket analysis is a branch of technical analysis that examines the...
INTEREST RATES AND STOCK PRICESby Stan Lipstadt
Editor’s note: Stan Lipstadt, Vice President of the MTA in 1976-1977, and Vice President for seminars for the MTA on multiple occasions between 1978 and 1983, died on October 30, 2013 at the age of...
LONG-TERM ELLIOT WAVE ANALYSIS OF GOLDby Lara Iriarte, CMT
Editor’s note: This article is presented as an example of a comprehensive approach to Elliott Wave analysis. Main Wave Count. Monthly Chart My main monthly wave count expects that a grand super...
A FORECAST FOR THE NIFTYby Purab Shah
The Nifty is a benchmark index for the stock market in India. This index, along with many other global markets, reached a top in January 2008 at a high of 6357.10. On a closing basis, the Nifty made...
CHART OF THE MONTHby stockcharts.com
New Educational Content This Month
February 1, 2023
An Introduction to Technical Analysis
Presenter(s): Ralph Acampora, CMT
January 4, 2023
High Profit Candlestick Patterns
Presenter(s): Stephen W. Bigalow
December 12, 2022
Structural Interest Rate Reversal Finally Underway?
Presenter(s): Louise Yamada, CMT