Letter from the Editor
This month we only have a few articles, but it will take serious students of technical analysis several hours to get through them and many more hours thinking about the ideas we present here. Eric Leake and Rob Hanna, CMT, have allowed us to reprint some of their work. Both papers offer detailed and profitable trading strategies.
Enough detail is presented for someone to immediately take their ideas and start trading. More importantly, they each provide enough detail that you can generate your own research ideas and use these papers as a starting point to develop a strategy that matches your own trading style. They should spawn countless research projects, and as you build on their work, you may want to follow their lead and publish it here for the benefit of your fellow MTA members.
Also featured in this month’s newsletter is an announcement from the MTA Educational Foundation discussing an online eBay auction and fundraising event. These are exciting and important events to help raise awareness and celebrate the opening of the MTAEF/MTA Library at Baruch College.
I’m certain that Rob and Eric are not the only two MTA members delivering such high quality research to clients. If you’d like to share your work with your colleagues, please send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Carr, CMT
MTAEF eBay Auction Coming Soon 20 for Education: Take a Technical Analyst to Lunch!
As part of the MTA Educational Foundation’s Fundraising Event in celebration of the opening of the MTAEF/MTA Library at Baruch College, the MTAEF is holding a charity auction with twenty (20)...
Opening Range Breakouts in Tight Marketsby Rob Hanna
This research was previous published in Quantifiable Edges, and investment newsletter available at http://www.quantifiableedges.com/ , and published by Rob Hanna, CMT. It is reprinted here with...
Opposites Attract: Improvements to Trend Following for Absolute Returnsby Eric Leake
Editor’s note: We are fortunate to be able to publish original research from Eric Leake, Chief Investment Officer at Anchor Capital (www.anchor-capital.com). As an investment manager, he is very...
The MTAEF Technical Analysis Lecture Seriesby Phil Roth, CMT
I am pleased to announce the MTA Educational Foundation project of filming the technical analysis lectures, our whole college-level introductory course in technical analysis, is about complete. With...
How to Make Money in Stocks by William J. O’Neil (Fourth Edition)by William J. O'Neil & Michael Carr, CMT
Many readers of Technically Speaking are very familiar with Investor’s Business Daily, the newspaper founded by William J. O’Neil. Many will also know that a subscription to the newspaper often...
The MTA Detroit Chapter Holds Its First Meetingby Joe Olekszyk
Great News! The Detroit Chapter of the MTA had their inaugural meeting on September 10th and it was a great success. Ralph Acampora, CMT traveled to Detroit to speak to the new MTA Detroit Chapter....
Meeting of the MTA Job Analysis Task Forceby Jeanette Schwarz Young CMT, CFP, CFTe, MS
Members of the MTA’s Job Analysis Task Force met on August 15th and 16th along with two representatives of Prometric. The purpose of this meeting was to initiate the 2009 CMT Job Analysis through a...
CMT Exam Registration – Level 3 Closes Friday! Registration for the CMT Level 3 Exam closes this Friday, October 2nd! The Fall 2009 testing window will be October 22nd – October 31st. It...
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