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In the March 2012 Market Roundup, Kevin Barry of the Traders & Investors Club discussed a possible megaphone topping pattern in the stock market.
Almost a year on, the market is getting very close to completing this pattern.
This presentation was originally delivered by Kevin Barry of the Traders & Investors Club at the World Money Show in London in November 2012.
Giles Johnston began his career on the floor of the Stock Exchange, during the Big Bang in 1986, trading for Nat-West markets.
In this fascinating presentation, John discusses:
Solar sunspot and geomagnetism cycles are behind economic cycles of growth and inflation
Geomagnetism and lunar phasing are key influences of market sentiment
However, we are not hanging up our bear suits just yet. A significant technical warning sign is currently flashing in the shape of divergence between the Dow Jones Industrial and Transport indices.
Inevitably, the Chinese construction and real estate boom may well be over. The knock-on effect will have global implications, for example, a falling demand for iron ore, copper, lumber and manpower. Losses on real estate-related investment will damage consumer confidence and undermine the domestic demand for Western imports.
We began the month with the stock market putting in a sterling run up on the news that an insolvent country with debts that can never be repaid, whose Government gives a nod and a wink to widespread tax-avoidance and endemic corruption is going to be lent more money. Fakelaki all round.
Alex’s trading methodologies are based upon market structure, the Commitment Of Traders report, cross asset analysis, sentiment analysis and pattern recognition.
In this presentation, Alex discusses:
Trader competency strategies
Four steps needed to transition into full-time profess
Francis is first and foremost a technical trader who draws upon his childhood experiences in the South African bush enabling him to wait patiently for the high-probability trades to come to him. He believes that most people focus far too much on marginal trades.
This evening, we examine these questions and look at ways that we as traders and investors can protect and grow our portfolios in these 'exciting' times. We are now in uncharted territory; could this actually be a once-in-a-lifetime trading opportunity?