Journal Archives : 2001 - 2005

STA Journal Archives : 2001 - 2005

STA Market Technician is the journal of the STA and is published twice a year, with contributions from expert members and guest writers.

This well-respected journal offers timely articles on technical analysis and charting methods, book and software reviews, as well as speaker notes from some of the STA’s monthly meetings.

An archive of past editions is available in the members’ area.

The opportunity to submit articles to STA Market Technician is open to any technical analyst from anywhere in the world.

If you would like to contribute, please contact the editor at info@nullsta-uk.org

Market Technician No.54

October 2005

Bytes and pieces D.Watts, Ichimoku Charts – D Linton, Luck 13? – W K Wong & L Chan, ATheoretical basis of Technical Analysis – Tony Plummer.

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Market Technician No.53

July 2005

STA exam results, Bill Adlard – Dow Theory, Nicole Elliott – Global Market Outlook, Peter Goodburn – Sterling/Dollar – an Elliott Wave Perspective.

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Market Technician No.52

April 2005

STA Exam Results. Donations to the library. Michael Smyrk. Coffee, Cocoa, Sugar: Using technical analysis to avoid a bitter brew. Elizabeth Miller. The British bear market of 1720-1940: A socionomic examination. Tom Denham.

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Market Technician No.51

November 2004

P. Goodburn – Ratio and Proportion, Bytes and Pieces D.Watts, Obituary – Tim Brain, H.Pruden and B. Belletante – Wykoff laws and tests, D. Knapp – Market Profile.

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Market Technician No.50

July 2004

Bytes and pieces D.Watts, Obituary – Elli Gifford, R. Prechter Jr. – The Science of Socionomics, J. du Plessis – Optimisation – from a technical analyst’s point of view, R. Griffiths – The Turning Tide, S. Griffiths – Risk/Reward trading using Elliott Wave.

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Market Technician No.49

May 2004

Bytes and pieces D.Watts, Software Review D.Watts, G.Rowe -Trading the Bearish Engulfing Pattern, A. Whitby – The Euro – a Top or the Top?, C. Lambert – Candlestick Reversals, E.Miller – The Case for a Base in Coffee Futures, M.Gunn – Integrating Technical Analysis Into an Investment Process, D.Valcu – Trending with Heikin Ashi, H.Calder – The Resurgence of China and South East Asian Stock Markets.

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Market Technician No.48

November 2003

STA exam results R.Giles – Forward Looking UK Interest Rates: A point and figure chart approach, R. Ramyar – Gann’s Legacy: A modern perspective, R. Lie – The trend intensity indicator, M. Blazey – Letter, G.Celaya – Web Notes from Academia.

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Market Technician No.47

August 2003

Bytes and pieces D.Watts, Software Review D.Watts, P.Desmond – Identifying Bear Market Bottoms and New Bull Markets, B. Antrobus – A Reformation for Technical Analysis, R.Griffiths – Mapping the Markets.

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Market Technician No.46

March 2003

Review of Software tables from IFTA Walkabout (Celaya), obituaries, Stannard & Dr. P. Wikstrom – Optimizing entry levels for maximum risk control, H. Okamoto – Asset Allocation in Japanese and US stock markets by means of technical analysis, N. Elliott – Option strategies using Ichimoku Kinko clous, P. Beuttell – Still a Great Bear Market, R. Acampora and E. Keon – The pattern of war.

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Market Technician No.45

October 2002

STA Book Review (Trading is a business (Ross)), Exam results, M. Feeny – Intellectual property rights-prising open the black box, D. Watts – A survey of technical analysis charting, Software Review, A. Hill – Using Candlesticks to play the trend, P. Beutell – Further evidence of a Great Bear Market, J. du Plessis – Does continued use of the wrong method make it right?, T. Plummer – Pattern and periodicity in financial circles, S. Griffiths – Identifying latent energy in the markets.

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Market Technician No.44

July 2002

STA exam results, D. Murrin -The physics, behaviour of markets and the investor, C. Mack – Coppock understood, S. Griffiths – The Simple ABC Correction, Z. Harland – Using support vector machines to trade aluminium on the LME, S. Warner – Beat the index using the index, R. Marshall – The Coppock turns up.

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Market Technician No.43

February 2002

Data Survey, Book Review (Fooled by Randomness (Taleb), The Short-Term Price Effects of Popular Share Recommendations (McCabe)), Software Review, Gramza – The Match, Rudolph – Practial Elliott Wave Analysis, Tikhonov – Taranalysis: A new adaptive trend forecasting technique.

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Market Technician No.42

October 2001

Book Review (Dumb Money: Adventures of a Day Trader (Anuff and Wolf)), Watts – Bytes and Pieces, Gramza – Chronographics Trading Edge, Wignall – Open Interest, Volume and Price Analysis (part 3), Furlonger – Modelling Bull Market Behaviour Patterns using Interlaced Stochastics, Miller – Analysing the Bear Trend in Coffee, Beuttell -Great Bear Markets and Some Time Targets for a Major Low, Collins – Using Marabuzo lines in Technical Analysis.

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Market Technician No.41

July 2001

Book Review (The Way to Trade, Piper) Interview with Schwager, Watts – Software Review and Bytes & Pieces, Goodacre – Evidence on the perfomance of the CRISMA Trading system in the US and UK equity markets, Klink – Is the close price really the closing price?, Financial Markets Group – Overconfidence in markets, Millard – Predicting future price movement.

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Market Technician No.40

April 2001

Watts – Software Review, Elliott & Harada, Ichimoku kinko hyo charting, Wignall – Open interest, volume and price analysis: the special case of markets with inter-exchange mutual offsetting systems (part 2), Osler – Support for resistance: technical analysis and intraday exchange rates, JP Morgan – The TMT massacre, Goldman Sachs – IMM positions and currency trends.

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Current Issue

Market Technician No 84 March 2018

The March issue of Market Technician includes T Brackett and K Crystal – A Brief History of the Development of Median Line Analysis, AKA Andrews Pitchfork (Part 1); S Godstein – Sensemaking: a new twist on what is needed for success in trading and investment; J Smithson – Extending the frontiers of technical analysis: the application of WD Gann’s forecasting method to the currency markets; details on the new STA Home Study Course; STA news; interview with Trevor Neil, STA book club plus much more!

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