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J P Morgan Corporate Challenge Fun Run – Thursday 5 July 2018

For the fourth year running the STA participated in the JPMorgan Corporate Challenge (JPMCC) on Thursday 5 July. The 5.6km route is suitable for individuals of all abilities, and the STA’s official charity beneficiary is Cancer Research UK. Well done to all those who took part in the sweltering heat! Click below to see photos.

 

Fabulous at 50: The STA’s Golden Anniversary Party – Thursday 7 June 2018

The STA turned half a century old in 2018 and to celebrate the Society held a 50th anniversary party on Thursday 7 June 2018 at the London’s Living Room – City Hall.

About 200 people were there, monthly meeting regulars, all the STA Committee, and IFTA delegates from Europe and as far as Nigeria, Hong Kong and three from Japan. For those who missed it, a write-up on the event will be included in the September issue of Market Technician.

For 50 years the influence technical analysis has on the way the investment industry does business has been growing. Thanks to the STA’s dedicated team of specialists offering deep sector knowledge, expert industry insights and a genuine desire to help its members realise their objectives, our non-for-profit UK organisation is now globally recognised as the gold standard for technical analysis training and learning.

At the heart of the STA are our core values, including passion and integrity which have helped grow our member community to over 1350 individuals in more than 30 countries.

It is through all our people – members, staff and partners – that we are able to continue making a difference. Thank you for your unwavering support and we look forward to the next 50 years together.

Click to see a video from the event.

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Next STA Meeting

STA Monthly Meeting – February 2019

Tuesday 12th February 2019 at 6.30pm

Speaker

Kevin Bull, Founder, FXtradingcompany.com

Price does not align to time

Kevin will look to demonstrate what it is he looks for when placing a trade. This includes market entry point, stop and target calculations. There are only 4 trades that are ever placed.

In addition, this will include the frustrations experienced by the format that traditional charting packages use. This is always a series of open, high, low and closing price data. Traditionally bar charts and or candle sticks.

Kevin has a view that many aspects of Technical Analysis remain in their “infancy”. Market movement understanding is not common. Kevin is also of the belief that markets do not reflect “mass psychology”. That markets are mathematical, not psychological.

Kevin has the viewpoint that the format that price data is viewed in is simply incorrect. Data becomes a by-product of your chosen time frame. Time frame does not change market position. Time would need to align to your chosen time frame to be relevant, which it does not.

Previous IFTA Conferences

2017    Milan, Italy
2016    Sydney, Australia
2015    Tokyo, Japan
2014    London, United Kingdom
2013    San Francisco, USA
2012    Singapore
2011    Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzagovina
2010    Berlin, Germany
2009    Chicago, USA
2008    Paris, France
2007    Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt
2006    Lugano, Switzerland
2005    Vancouver, Canada
2004    Madrid, Spain
2003    Washington DC, USA
2002    London, United Kingdom
2001    Tokyo, Japan
2000    Mainz, Germany
1999    Niagra-on-the-lake, Canada
1998    Rome, Italy
1997    Sydney, Australia
1996    Amsterdam, Holland
1995    San Francisco, USA
1994    Paris, France
1993    New York, USA
1992    Dublin, Ireland
1991    Mexico City, Mexico
1990    Quebec, Canada
1989    London, United Kingdom
1988    Tokyo, Japan

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