Educational Web Series

The Educational Web Series is a one hour online lecture that covers an aspect of active investment management. With the MTA mission focused on advancing the discipline of technical analysis, we tend to feature presentations which focus on rules-based strategies, intermarket relationships and macro analysis, volatility, and approaches to managing market risk.

All presentations are focused on educational, not commercial content. The entire webcast runs for approximately one hour, with the presentation typically lasting for 45-50 minutes and the remaining 10-15 minutes reserved for a live Q&A session. In the past the MTA has hosted world-renowned investment professionals such as Martin Pring, Ned Davis, Dennis Gartman, Thomas Dorsey, Charles Kirkpatrick, CMT, and Ralph Acampora, CMT.

 

Upcoming Webcast Schedule

Mar29Wed
Webcast: “Volume at Price: Not All Prices are Equal!” with Paul McLaren
Mar 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Volume At Price (VAP) is an extremely useful, easy to use visual tool that confirms other visual indicators. It has not been given much coverage in the Technical Analysis field. Paul will outline both the theory behind the indicator and it’s practical application.

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Apr7Fri
“New Ideas in Technical Analysis – Keynote Discussion” (Webinar Simulcast)
Apr 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

New Ideas in Technical Analysis 2017

The 44th Annual MTA Symposium will feature more than 30 of the world’s leading asset managers, traders, and technical analysts over two days of practice-enhancing sessions. We are honored to invite you to an exclusive keynote panel discussion New Ideas in Technical Analysis where we explore the impact of millennials on global investing. The panelists will address some of these key questions:

  • How will this demographic boom impact the broad economy through consumption and production?
  • Are there echoes of the baby boom generation that we can learn from as this story unfolds?
  • What are the impacts on equity markets as millennials gain an investing capacity?
  • How can technical analysis improve investors’ capacity to assess risk reward opportunities in rapidly changing markets?

Moderator: John Gagliardi, CMT

Panelists:

Presentation: Each panelist will present actionable insights based on their technical view of the markets, rapidly answering the following questions:

  • What was your best trade/call over the past 15 months?
  • What is your best idea of 2017 and why?
  • What is your view on the State of the US Equity Market?  (Either SPX or DJIA)

Live attendance for this event is open only to registered symposium attendees and guests of Fidelity Investments. Attendance to the webcast is open to all who are interested. The MTA invites you to celebrate the rich history of technical analysis in the historic financial district of Manhattan. There will be no better environment for professional networking and relationship building with the key stakeholders of the technical community.

A link for this event will be sent to your registered email in advance of the presentation.

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Apr19Wed
Webcast: “An Integrated Approach to Fundamental and Technical Analysis Techniques” with Colin Cieszynski, CFA, CMT
Apr 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Since the turn of the century, the gap between fundamental and technical analysis has been narrowing with practitioners and investors increasingly seeing the benefits of accessing both sets of analytical tools for market analysis and trade selection. This presentation shall highlight how fundamental and technical analysis techniques complement each other and provide examples of how an integrated analysis approach is used in day to day practice.

Who should attend: (this was prepared for CFAs, can modify for MTA) This presentation is for intended for members interested in intermarket analysis, fusion analysis, momentum, trade management, identifying turning points or curious about charting.

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