Kevin Edgeley

Kevin Edgeley

Kevin Edgeley has worked in the city since 1982. He spent 15 years as a floor trader on LIFFE for Bache, HSBC and Goldman Sachs before moving to a technical strategy role within economic research. He was educated at London University (BSc in Financial Economics) and the London Business School (MSc in Finance) and also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst, Investment Management Certificate and Master of Financial Technical Analysis qualifications.

Presentations for the STA

STA Monthly Meeting May 2009 Trend Strength

The predominant market activity is one of range trading; most asset classes trend far less than is commonly perceived. The correct selection of technical indicators will depend on identifying the phase of the market. Kevin will discuss how emotional biases drive price action and can prompt trends to extend beyond the bounds of a normal Gaussian curve into the “fat tails” of the distribution. He has been a user of technical analysis throughout his career and after witnessing behavioural biases first hand in the open outcry-markets now uses trend strength and momentum techniques to disqualify “noise” trading and quantify the intensity of directional moves.

Trend Strength

STA Monthly Meeting January 2008 Prospects for 2008

Foreign Exchange

STA Monthly Meeting October 2005 Using Volatility to Refine Technical Signals

Kevin will discuss the use of volatility bands as an adaptive tool to gauge the phase of the market. He will then outline a way to adjust oscillators using volatility, to enhance trading performance. Using these measures, he will conclude by focusing on some current observations.

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Next STA Meeting

STA Monthly Meeting – July (via Webinar)

Tuesday 7th July 2020 at 6.30pm


David Keller CMT, Chief Market Strategist,

The Five Modes of Mindful Investors

A mindful investor is aware of behavioural biases and actively works to minimise their impact. During this presentation, Dave will use current charts to discuss how to recognise, restrain, respect, review, and reflect- the “five modes of mindful investors”- as a methodology to systematically identify common misbehaviors, adjust for them, and improve one’s trading results for much better returns.

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