As has been the case for the last few years, January’s STA monthly meeting takes a panel format, each speaker asked to cover a topic of their choice, outlining their forecasts for the coming year. Hosted by Tom Hicks, our […]
As technical analysts we are used to working with ratios. Perhaps the most famous are the ones devised by Fibonacci, the Italian mathematician called Leonardo Pisano who was born about 1170. Picking up the Hindu-Arabic numeral system by living in […]
Describing himself as a financial historian Russell Napier’s talk at the STA’s December meeting was thorough yet refreshing. Willing to cut through jargon, slice and dice received wisdom, hack through complacency, and generally challenge the status quo, he certainly got […]
Throughout my career I have placed an inordinate value on long term charts. In this day and age of on-line information, where allegedly everything is available at the touch of a button, scratch a little and you’ll find this is […]
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