From the Editor’s Desk
This month’s issue of Technically Speaking can be thought of as a supplement to the Education Seminar 2005 being held in New York. All of the articles are related to presentation being given at that event. For those unable to attend the Seminar, the articles should provide useful trading ideas.
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Mike Carr, CMT
Technically Speaking Editor
The Gateway to Indiaby Jordan Kotick, CMT
I have been mentioning the growing demand for our CMT from Europe and Asia over the last few months. This continues and we should be very pleased, especially fresh off the heels of our SRO success...
Technology Updateby John R. Kirby
Over the past several years your MTA has been working with a custom software solution developed internally by Len MacDonell and Shelley Lebeck to operate the administrative and the member side of the...
Technical Review of the Philadelphia/KBW Bank Index (BKX)by Peter Martin, CMT
The Philadelphia/Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Bank Index (BKX) is a capitalization weighted benchmark consisting of 24 stocks representing national money-center banks and leading regional...
Volatility Normalizationby Jeff Parent
A market technicians’ studies involve observing and testing for persistence of conditions in price data. Persistence can manifest itself as a strongly correlated relationship between markets or a...
Technical Analysis for Bond Geeksby Rob Kepler, MKP
As an old commodity/bond guy, one disappointment I have had with some of the prior MTA conferences was that the central educational, or market-related, theme has tended to be on the equity market....
Real World Portfolio Managementby Chris Ruspi, CMT
Chris is President of Applied Financial Wisdom and uses technical analysis in the real world. Chris isn’t able to summarize his presentation prior to the Seminar because he will require audience...
MTA BUSINESS - Book Reviewby Bruce Kamich, CMT
Mean Markets and Lizard Brains How to Profit From the New Science of Irrationality by Terry Burnham On Friday March 11th I took an Amtrak train up to Boston to a unique seminar organized by Andrew Lo...
MTA BUSINESS - MTA Board of Directors - Quarterly Report April 2005
One initiative implemented at the December 2004 Board of Directors planning meeting was to increase communications to the membership. We have already started regular reports in the newsletter in an...
New Educational Content This Month
October 22, 2021
Systematic Multiple Time Frame Investing
Presenter(s): Bill Kelleher, CMT, CFA
October 20, 2021
Volume Analysis Series (Part 3): Volume Analysis with Indexes
Presenter(s): Buff Dormeier, CMT
October 13, 2021
Understanding Market Internals to Identify Turning Points
Presenter(s): Mike Hurley, CMT