David Linton MSTA, MFTA

David Linton MSTA, MFTA

Founder and CEO, Updata
STA Meetings : Speakers : David Linton MSTA, MFTA

David is founder and CEO of Updata and well known commentator in the technical analysis of financial markets. Updata’s technical analysis is used by clients in over 40 countries and relied on by traders and analysts for their decisions. He is based in London interfacing with clients on a daily basis and is a member of The American Association of Professional Technical Analysts. He is a Master of Financial Technical Analysis (MFTA) and the author of ‘Cloud Charts – Trading Success with the Ichimoku Technique’.

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Presentations for the STA

STA Monthly Meeting June 2013 New Ideas in Technical Analysis

In over 30 years of practicing technical analysis a great deal has changed. The talk will challenge some of the conventional thinking and bring old and new ideas together. It will look at some of the challenges that traders and analysts face with a final look at what is happening in global financial markets.

STA Monthly Meeting April 2010 Cloud Charts

David will cover the ground-breaking new area of technical analysis, known as Cloud Charts or Ichimoku in Japan. He will present many new ideas that have underpinned his recent book on the subject. He will look at combining Cloud Charts with other technical analysis techniques, multi-time frame analysis, Japanese pattern techniques, back-testing and market breadth.

Cloud Charts

STA Monthly Meeting September 2007 Technical Trading Systems: The Elements of Technical Systems and Testing

Systematic Trading, devoid of human emotions has become the “holy grail” of trading. Technical trading approaches can now be quantified, tested and validated using a variety of system testing packages. The theories of the old master technicians can now be tested and validated in real-time. The talk will focus upon how to produce and validate a variety of technical trading systems; then moving from theory to the practical application of system trading.

David will present “Examples of Trading Systems – A diverse collection of systematic methods”. Shaun will present “Testing Trading Systems – Finding the systems that really work”. Finally Francesco will round up the evening with, “Using Trading Systems – Putting it all together in practice”.

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 Videos with Mr. Linton

  • STA Meeting June 2013 – David Linton

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Publications

  • Cloud Charts: Trading Success with the Ichimoku Technique Updata Plc; 1st edition (Mar. 2010)

Next STA Meeting

STA Monthly Meeting – April 2020 (via Webinar)

Tuesday 14th April 2020 at 6.30pm

Speaker

Sankar Sharma MSTA, CEO, RiskRewardReturn.com

Crush it With Clouds

You will discover:

How, under five minutes, you can spot the following on any price chart:

  • Trend and direction
  • Momentum
  • Strength and the momentum
  • Stops
  • Entries and exits
  • Where to add to a winning position

Please note that with the Coronavirus, meetings at One Moorgate Place have been suspended until July. Talks will be given via webinar.

Future STA Meetings

STA Monthly Meeting – May 2020 (via Webinar)

Tuesday 12th May 2020 at 6.30pm

Title to be confirmed

Speaker

Zaheer Anwari, The Dynamic Trader

STA Monthly Meeting – June 2020 (via Webinar)

Tuesday 9th June 2020 at 6.30pm

The Most Critical Economic and Financial Time Period of Our Generation

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