Tuesday, 19 January 2016 04.45 PM / Trevor Neil MSTA MCSI
Increasingly the benefits of good market timing skills is becoming appreciated by fund managers and analyst firms; not only as a trading technique but as part of a firm’s risk reduction strategy. Technical Analysis is now part of the CFA program, recognised by the ACI and Beta Group are Accredited Providers for the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment www.cisi.org.
Beta group, facilitators of free trainings for analysts had some technical issues for last Friday's surgery: Module 10 - Introduction to Elliott Wave and His Techniques. for those who missed it or were caught in the mess, we are running it again live at 10.00 GMT on Friday 22nd, 2016.
It will last and hour and end with my Elliott Wave reading of the SPX - prepare to be shocked. I am open to opinions from other experts.
It is free and you will receive a lovely manual. REGISTER NOW
Don't forget to tell us at Proshare by e-mail on how the course went – email@example.com
About Trevor Neil, MSTA, MCSI- Beta Group, London, UK
Trevor Neil MSTA MCSI started working in the financial markets 40 years ago this year. His first job at the age of 18 was as a coffee trader working for Merrill Lynch on the floor of the London Commodities Exchange. He has been a trader and technical analyst ever since. On the floor he learned point and figure charting. He was an early adopter of computerised and systematic technical analysis. He has worked in several important companies and banks in the City as a portfolio manager and technical analyst and gained experience in other asset classes such as foreign exchange and equities. He was on the first board of the UK Society of Technical Analysts at its formation and served the STA for more than ten years. In that time the professional qualification was created and popularised. For four years he was Head of Technical Analysis at Bloomberg. In 2005 he formed BETA Group and is currently a UK based portfolio manager and gives institutional market timing skills seminars to firm and traders all over the world. He has written many technical analysis articles and has appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg Television and Reuters Television. He is an Associate Editor of The Technical Analyst Magazine and gives free monthly technical analysis webinars sponsored by Thomson Reuters.