David Cox, CFA, CMT, FCSI, FMA, BMath

David Cox, CFA, CMT, FCSI, FMA, BMath – Portfolio Manager,  CIBC Wood Gundy

David Cox is a Portfolio Manager at CIBC Wood Gundy in Guelph, Ontario.  He manages assets using fundamentally screened, yet technically driven trend following and swing trading techniques.

He has a Bachelor of Mathematics and is a dual holder of both the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designations.  David has four young children and enjoys downhill skiing, poker, black coffee, red wine and classical music.

David is active on twitter @DavidCoxWG, regularly posts insightful webinars on his www.youtube.com/DavidCoxWG site and has been writing a “Monthly Market Chit Chat” for more than 10 years that discusses the issues, risks and opportunities facing investors.

Contributions

Swing & Trend Trading - Two Powerful Techniques that Belong in Your Shed

A webcast presentation originally held on May 23rd, 2012 by David Cox, CFA, CMT as part of the MTA's Educational Web Series. There are countless ways to invest money, but we all share one goal – to profit. Swing trading offers the opportunity to harvest regular profits while....
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Spotting Long Term Trend Changes via Divergence

A webcast on Spotting Long Term Trend Changes via Divergence by David Cox, CFA, CMT, FCSI, FMA, BMath on December 15, 2010 as an ongoing part of the MTA Educational Web....
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Relative Strength Index (RSI): Making Advanced Use of a Simple Indicator

A webcast presentation by David Cox, CFA, CMT originally held on June 18th, 2014 as part of the MTA's Educational Web Series. In this presentation, we'll take a detailed look at how to use the Relative Strength Index (RSI) in a more advanced way.  The most common (and....
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Buying, Selling and Risk/Reward: Generating Better Investment Results

A webcast presentation by David Cox, CMT, CFA originally held on June 5th, 2013 as part of the MTA's Educational Web Series. Buying stocks is easy. But selling stocks is more important. Greed and fear tend to play a role in most investors’ sell decisions both to the....
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