STA Diploma Results. T. Pelc – The rhythm of time, R. Miller – Point and Figure Charting, J. Monfort – Acute Monthly Reversals (AMRs), D. McMinn – DJIA peaks, seasonality and Market Outcomes, D Watts – Bytes and Pieces.
Journal Archives : 2006 - 2010
STA Journal Archives : 2006 - 2010
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Market Technician No.68
Market Technician No.67
STA Diploma Results. R. R. Prechter Jr – Real-time application of the Elliott Wave Model, D. McMillan – 60 year intervals and October panics, T. Plummer – The 2008 financial panic: a retrospective perspective, M. Pryor – Private Trading, M. I. C. Bain – Annual percentage rate-of-change.
Market Technician No.65
Market Technician No.64
D. Watts – Bytes & Pieces. C. Osler – Currency orders and exchange rate dynamics: an explanation for the predictive success of technical analysis, T. Neil – Using DeMark studies, C. Skinner – Augmenting technical analysis with astro-cycles, P. Beuttell – Great Bear Markets.
Market Technician No.63
STA Exam Results. Obituaries – Francoise Skelley and Ian S Notley, J. Nebenzahl – Market forecasts for 2009, K Edgeley – Charting the rise of technical analysis, T. Parker – 2009 Market perspectives, J Hasanodzic – Perspectives on technical analysis.
Market Technician No.61
D. Watts – Bytes & Pieces, D.Owen – The momentum effect – puzzling but true, K Edgeley – Equity Views 2008 – a challenging year already, T. Pelc – Currency outlook for 2008, R. Prechter – Ask not what your candidate can do for the stock market; ask what the stock market can do for your candidate, N. Elliott – A cloudy outlook for the UK.
Market Technician No.60
D. Watts – Bytes & Pieces. M. Feeny – Book Review, F . Cavasino – Systematic Trading: it is more about risk than you may imagine, S. Downey – System building and back testing – oppertunities, methods and caveats, D. Linton Technical trading systems, J. Smithson – Rediscovering Gann’s Law of Vibration, A. Rudolph – Honing your trading skills.
Market Technician No.59
STA Exam Results. T. Plummer – The Kondratyev wave: heretical thoughts and practical understandings, J. Piper – Playing with marbles , C. Lambert – Transition from Liffe broker to technical analyst, N. Batsford – Keeping to the rules, P. Osborn – Evaluating the significance of line breaks.
Market Technician No.58
STA Exam Results. P.Desmond – Food for thought , A Bolton – How I use technical analysis in my decision making process, R. William – Book Review, Bronwyn Wood Memorial Award, D.Watts – Bytes and Pieces , J. Noyce – A technical assessment of the yen, R. Adcock – Momentum, trending and sentiment.
Market Technician No.57
Market Technician No.56
STA Exam Results. P.Desmond – An exploration of the nature ofbull market tops, T.McCullough – Market timing in trend exhaustions, D.Watts – A survey of technical analysis charting, T.Hobson – A technical assessment of global yield risks and futures profit opportunities, V.Gastaldy – Charting with volatility.
Market Technician No.55
STA Exam Results, D.Watts – Bytes and Pieces, H.Pruden & M.von Liechtenstein – Wyckoff schematics:Visual templatesfor market timing decisions, K.Edgeley – Using volatility to refine technical signals, Book Reviews, D.Sneddon – Using Fibonacci, F.Khan – The Naked Bar.