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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.
Martin has more than twenty years of management and banking experience at a senior level in Emerging Markets as well as a track record in syndicated loans, secondary loan trading, debt restructuring, structured finance, new issues and bond syndicate, funds management and private equity.
In this presentation, Martin explains why he believes that today's crisis is far more serious a
As Market Roundup fans will know, we have repeatedly referred to bond yields to illustrate that the scare-mongering around impending hyper-inflation was always something of a crock.
The fact is that deleveraging continues apace and deflation is the beast in
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.
The path to becoming a full-time trader requires time and money, whether you choose to spend it on education or on losses in the market. Mentoring is a way to significantly reduce both overheads.
Paul Wallace of Trading Beliefs has been trading for 13 years and educating traders for the last 6.
He will look beyond the seductive bling of Rolex watches and sports cars that are commonly associated with traders and focus instead upon some of the not-so-glamorous aspects of trading that make the difference between failure and long-term success.
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.
Ashraf Laidi, founder and CEO of Intermarket Strategy and the author of 'Currency Trading & Intermarket Analysis - How To Profit From The Shifting Currents In Global Markets'.
Ashraf's expertise in dissecting Federal Reserve policy and unraveling the cyclical relationships between yield curves, economic indicators and equity market performance enabl