Richard Adcock MSTA

Richard Adcock MSTA

Lecturer
STA Education : Course Lecturers : Richard Adcock MSTA

Richard worked for Brevan Howard, and was formerly Global Head of Technical Strategy for UBS, specialising in Candlestick analysis, combining it with momentum and trending techniques to establish both long and short-term trading strategies. He was voted top Fixed Income Technical strategist in the Technical Analyst magazine poll for 2009 and 2011 and runner-up in 2010, as well as previously being voted number 1 in the Best Individual Fixed Income Technical Strategist section of the Extel awards.

STA Videos with Mr. Adcock

  • STA Meeting September 2011 – Richard Adcock

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Presentations for the STA

STA Monthly Meeting September 2011 Maintaining Positions within a Trending Market

Within his presentation, Richard will cover the current outlook for global fixed income markets, stocks and FX. He will highlight how he uses a combination of momentum, trending and sentiment to establish the directional risk and how he attempts to obtain full profit potential by staying with the trend.

Technical Analysis – Staying with the Trend

STA Monthly Meeting November 2006 Sentiment, Momentum and Trending

Richard is not going to teach any ground breaking new techniques, as his approach can be regarded as very traditional, but will talk about how he successfully uses what he believes to be the three most important building blocks in any day to day analysis – Sentiment, Momentum and Trending, showing how very simple rules can be applied to markets. As well as highlighting his approach, Richard will also take a look at how these can be applied to the current outlook in Fixed Income, FX and Stock markets.

Sentiment, Momentum and Trending
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