STA Meetings - Speakers

STA Meetings - Speakers

The STA is very fortunate to have the world’s best speakers on technical analysis, trading and fund management address its London conferences and monthly meetings.

For example John Murphy, Robert Prechter, Martin Pring, Dr Alexander Elder, Tom DeMark, Linda Raschke, Anthony Bolton (Fidelity), Hugh Hendry, Tony Plummer and the chief technical analysts/strategists from major investment banks such as HSBC, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Nomura, UBS, RBS, Lloyds etc. have all addressed STA members.

They continue to speak at the STA’s monthly meetings and to teach on STA educational courses.

Please find a list of the most recent speakers below.

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Oliver Woolf MSTA

TA Specialist, Bloomberg

Oliver Woolf, CAIA, MSTA is a Technical Analysis Specialist at Bloomberg, working closely with the product development team and with a particular passion for building new and innovative indicators. He writes for various Bloomberg publications such as the Quarterly Technical Analysis BRIEF and has lectured at several universities and appeared on Bloomberg TV in Europe. With a degree in modern languages he previously worked in Bloomberg’s FX business in Iberia.

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Masaaki Yamada

Financial Engineer, Tokai Tokyo Securities Co Ltd.
STA Meetings : Speakers : Masaaki Yamada

Masaaki Yamada is Financial Engineer, Market Policy & Planning Department, Tokai Tokyo Securities. After working as a scientific researcher at KEK, the National Laboratory of High Energy Physics, that promotes basic science using a device called an accelerator, Masaaki began his business career in the financial industry as a quantitative analyst in 1987 to apply his engineering expertise in financial markets. Since then, he has been leading the industry in quantitative modeling and financial engineering for over a quarter century.

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Next STA Meeting

STA Monthly Meeting – April 2019

Monday 8th April 2019 at 6.30pm

Global Cash Flow

Determine which market is leading and how to examine it. How to define and handle timing differences in revolving markets. Understand how European markets are positioned relative to global indexes for timing and price projection. This presentation covers many different methods but in a tight package for the purpose of building intermarket relationships to improve probability and timing.

Future STA Meetings

STA Monthly Meeting – May 2019

Tuesday 14th May 2019 at 6.30pm

Price does not align to time

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