THE SEVEN YEAR GLITCHby Dick Arms
Every seven years the stock markets take a hit. Or at least they have done so consistently for the last three quarters of a century. Sometimes it is small but usually it is large. The last two down...
A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROCESS: THE CHARTERED MARKET TECHNICIAN (CMT) PROGRAMby Michael Carr, CMT
Gordon Scott, CMT, is the Managing Director of the CMT Program. Recently I had the chance to ask about him about his vision for the CMT program, the path he plans to follow to implement that vision...
SHORT INTEREST AS A FACTORby Ernest Chan, PhD
Editor’s note: This was originally posted at Quantitative Trading and is reprinted here with permission. Dr. Chan will be providing more information about this topic in an upcoming MTA Educational...
INTERVIEW WITH MARTHA STOKES, CMTby Martha Stokes, CMT & Amber Hestla-Barnhart
How would you describe your job? Mostly my job involves the study of cycles, how cycles are changing as the internal market structure is continuing to change at an accelerated pace. I study the...
THE NINE FACES OF THE STOCK MARKETby Martha Stokes, CMT
Most retail investors and traders think of the stock market or financial markets as “Main Street” and “Wall Street.” The Professionals of the market view the markets as Buy Side, Sell Side,...
TRIPLE TREND OSCILLATOR-TECHNICAL INSIGHTSby Sanjay Khandelwal
The Triple Trend Oscillator (TTO) is a trend following oscillator I developed to identify an exact level of technical strength of a stock or index over multiple timeframes. It can be used as a trend...
CHART OF THE MONTH
This long-term perspective shows that investors should follow specific markets instead of general ideas. The BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China) are an important investment theme. While it is...
New Educational Content This Month
October 8, 2020
The CMT Program Experience
Presenter(s): David Keller, CMT
September 30, 2020
Market Microstructure, and It’s Importance in Technical Analysis
Presenter(s): Kirk Northington, CMT
September 9, 2020
When The Time Comes To Buy, You Won’t Want To
Presenter(s): Walter Deemer