Julien Camberlin

Julien Camberlin

Market Chaology

Julien Camberlin, CFTe, MFTA, CEWA Level 1, member of SAMT

As an Elliott wave specialist, Julien Camberlin has developed new ideas about how markets behave according to Elliott Waves, Chaos Theory and Fractals. His studies explain that prices are not stopped by Fibonacci ratios but are rather attracted by them and vibrate in their direction, according to fractal model. This allows a better understanding of Elliott Wave formation, to enhance its use for better performance.

Presentations for the STA

STA Monthly Meeting April 2015 Elliott Waves, Chaos Theory and Fractals.

Julien Camberlin will present new ideas about how markets behave according to Elliott Waves, Chaos Theory and Fractals. These ideas have been developed in his MFTA.

His studies explain how Fibonacci ratios are formed by strange attractors that are part of the chaos theory and that prices are not stopped by Fibonacci ratios but are rather attracted by them and vibrate in their direction, according to fractal model.

The idea that markets movements are vibrating in the direction of objectives is a real revolution in the understanding of market formation.

Elliott Waves, Chaos Theory and Fractals
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STA AGM & Christmas Party – December 2019

Tuesday 10th December 2019 at 6.30pm

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There will be no speaker at this event - AGM and Christmas Party instead

The STA AGM will be held at One Moorgate Place on Tuesday 10 December at 6.30pm followed by the STA Christmas drinks party. AGM papers will be sent to all members nearer the time.

Future STA Meetings

STA Monthly Meeting – January 2020

Tuesday 14th January 2020 at 6.30pm

2020 Outlook: Fundamental vs Technical Perspective

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