Bill Adlard

Bill Adlard

Bill started investing in 1970. He retired from legal practice in 1999, and has been trading ever since. In 2001 he became technical editor of Chart Insight published by Hemscott, and in 2004 started his own website Chart-Guide.com, now part of Rivington Street Holdings plc, specializing in Elliott wave index trading.

Bill trades mainly the DJIA and FTSE 100, with a background interest in cable, gold and crude oil. Since 2002 the waves in the markets have behaved very differently from how they did in the 1930’s when Elliott discovered the principle. The 1930’s was an era of much greater social conformity than today, economic activity was depressed, and liquidity in markets was very low. This resulted in much more cohesive and clear wave structures in financial markets than today, when unprecedented liquidity and computerized trading has lead to more distortion and ambiguity. This has lead Bill to incorporate Gann fractions as well as Fibonacci into his Elliott wave analysis which gives useful additional guidance when wave counts are unclear, as they are now, rather more frequently.

Presentations for the STA

STA Monthly Meeting October 2009 Combining Fibonacci, Elliott & Gann

Bill started investing in 1970. He retired from legal practice in 1999, and has been trading ever since. In 2001 he became technical editor of Chart Insight published by Hemscott, and in 2004 started his own website Chart-Guide.com, now part of Rivington Street Holdings plc, specializing in Elliott wave index trading.

Bill trades mainly the DJIA and FTSE 100, with a background interest in cable, gold and crude oil. Since 2002 the waves in the markets have behaved very differently from how they did in the 1930’s when Elliott discovered the principle. The 1930’s was an era of much greater social conformity than today, economic activity was depressed, and liquidity in markets was very low. This resulted in much more cohesive and clear wave structures in financial markets than today, when unprecedented liquidity and computerized trading has lead to more distortion and ambiguity. This has lead Bill to incorporate Gann fractions as well as Fibonacci into his Elliott wave analysis which gives useful additional guidance when wave counts are unclear, as they are now, rather more frequently.

STA Monthly Meeting May 2005 Ichimoku Charts – How to read Clouds for Profitable Advantage

David will focus on the latest findings on Ichimoku (Cloud) Charts, which were developed in Japan in the late 1960s, making them one of the most recent developments in Technical Analysis. Although there is still remarkably little written material available on the subject, the technique is becoming more widely followed in western markets. The Ichimoku session was one of the best acclaimed presentations at the Madrid IFTA Conference. David’s presentation follows on from that with the latest findings and observations.

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STA Monthly Meeting – September 2019

Tuesday 10th September 2019 at 6.30pm

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STA Monthly Meeting – October 2019

Tuesday 8th October 2019 at 6.30pm

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