LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
This month’s issue of the magazine is the sixth month in a row we are featuring content from the Annual Symposium. That meeting lasts just a few days but it truly does provide months worth of ideas for attendees. Planning is underway for the 2016 Symposium and each year is always better than the previous year. It’s not too early to start making plans to attend. This month’s magazine also includes examples of the latest research into technical analysis and historical perspectives of the field. As always, we hope you find actionable ideas in each issue. Remember, submissions for the 2016 Charles H. Dow Award are now being accepted. More details are available by clicking here. Submissions for other awards, including the MTA Annual Award and the Memorial Award, will also be accepted soon. If you know of someone who should be recognized with one of the MTA’s awards, now is the time to plan their nomination. You can always provide feedback on Technically Speaking by emailing us at email@example.com.
QUALITY TRENDS: BET ON QUALITY AND MONITOR CONSISTENCYby Eoin Treacy & Michael Carr, CMT
Editor’s note: Eoin Treacy is s a global strategist at Fullermoney.com. He provided details on a strategy that could help investors beat their benchmark at the MTA Annual Symposium in March. The...
DOW JONES’S 22,000 POINT MISTAKEby Dr. Bryan Taylor
Editor’s note: In the previous article, Eion Treacy highlighted the importance of the index weighting scheme to performance. In this article Dr. Bryan Taylor demonstrates that decisions made...
SAM HALE, CMT - IN HIS OWN WORDS
Sam Hale, CMT, passed away on August 4, 2015 at the age of 78. Sam spent many years as the Senior Technical Analyst – Futures and Options Divisions at A. G. Edwards before retiring in 2002....
WYCKOFF LAWS AND TESTSby Henry Pruden, Ph.D. & Bernard Belletante, PH.D.
Editor’s note: Richard Wyckoff was an early influence on Same Hale, CMT, as noted elsewhere in this issue. This article was originally published at www.HankPruden.com as an example of the...
On August 11, 2015, the Board of Directors of the Market Technicians Association (MTA) suspended the MTA membership of Vishal B. Malkan, including the right to use the Chartered Market Technician...
INTERVIEW WITH TYLER YELLby Amber Hestla-Barnhart
How would you describe your job? My role at DailyFX is as a currency analyst and trading instructor. As an analyst, I take monetary policy and look for relative edges to present to our clients. As an...
BLOOMBERG BRIEF HIGHLIGHTS: CHART-BASED TRADING STRATEGIES
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in the August 27 issue of Bloomberg Brief: Technical Strategies. Below is an extract of that article. Charts have been the basis of technical...
THE SANDPIPER AND TRADING: HOW YOU CAN USE VOLATILITY MEASUREMENT TO GAIN AN ADVANTAGE IN YOUR TRADINGby Kirk Northington, CMT
Editor’s note: This article was originally published at The Educated Analyst, an education blog maintained by Market Analyst. As a trader do you find yourself sometimes looking at a price chart and...
PREDICTIVE MEDIA CONTENT ANALYTICS; 24/7 INFORMATION HAS FOREVER CHANGED FINANCIAL MARKET STRATEGIESby Richard Spitzer & Bill Lattyak & Peter Hafez
Editor’s note: sentiment analysis has long been a part of technical analysis. In the past, sentiment was often measured in surveys and a significant lag existed between the time questions were...
THERE ARE NO LONG-TERM STOCK MARKET TRENDSby Jim Rohrbach
In mid-July I was interviewed Business Talk Radio.net and something very interesting happened. I was asked how long the longest signal I have ever received using my RIX Index lasted. I then proceeded...
RESEARCH UPDATE: HIGH FREQUENCY TRADING: A TOOL OF PANACEA OR FIASCO FOR MARKET LIQUIDITY AND ROBUSTNESS?
Abstract: The report discusses the merits of the entitling High Frequency Trading and its rapid growth as the future of computerized trading. A lack of evidence and analysis in the recent literature...
New Educational Content This Month
November 22, 2023
Utilizing Trend & Mean Reversion in Breadth Studies to Gauge Market Conditions
Presenter(s): Victor Riesco
November 18, 2023
Beating the Bench
Presenter(s): Scott Brown, CMT
October 25, 2023
Equity Risk & Potential – Q4, ’24 & Beyond
Presenter(s): Timothy Hayes, CMT