* Due to time sensitive submissions, there will not be a letter from the Executive Director or Editor this month. *
Review of Basics The Purity of Priceby Martha Stokes, CMT
Thirty-five years ago, technical analysis was simple. It was the analysis of stock charts in the most basic of forms: the purity of price, the clarity of time, and the validity of quantity. Emphasis...
Optimal Trading Strategies: Quantitative Approaches for Managing Market Impact and Trading Risk by Robert Kissell & Morton Glantzby Michael Carr, CMT & Robert Kissell & Morton Glantz
When I test an idea for futures trading, I deduct $45 per trade for slippage and commissions. An old futures trader taught me to do this, and I assumed that an old futures trader must know what...
In Depth Tom McClellanby Molly Schilling & Tom McClellan
Tom McClellan is the editor of “The McClellan Market Report” a comprehensive daily, as well as bimonthly analysis of market activity and trends. Tom’s work is characterized by a succinct...
Active CMTs as of June 30, 2007
Technical Analysis, and MTA Members, Gaining Recognition
Readers of Forbes magazine might have been surprised to see a picture of long-time MTA Member Robert W. Colby, CMT, on page 136 of the June 4, 2007 issue. It’s not that Colby’s work isn’t...
The Great Bust Ahead by Daniel A. Arnoldby Michael Carr, CMT & Daniel A. Arnold
With a subtitle of “The Greatest Depression in American and UK History is Just Several Short Years Away,” this short book gives away the ending on the front cover. The interesting part, from a...
Review of Basics The Purity of Price
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