March 26, 2015

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In their keynote presentation, Paul Desmond and Tracy Knudsen will discuss the highlights of a recently completed exhaustive study of the 1929 Market Crash and the innovative research tools derived from this study. These tools are now regularly put to use in the Lowry analysis, with the ultimate goal being to detect the formation of major market tops and the start of bear markets. The concepts discussed will be applied to the U.S. equity market as well as several of the international equity markets covered in Lowry Global, a product introduced in 2012. The methodologies to be discussed by Desmond and Knudsen are based on the Law of Supply and Demand, the foundation of the Lowry Analysis. Successfully measuring the relationship between Supply and Demand is a concept Technicians, Fundamentalists, Quantitative Analysts and Behavioral Analysts can all put to profitable use in their investment decisions.