Advanced Technical Analysis

Overview

Taught by Mr. Richard Weissman, a world-renowned author and technical trader, this two-day live course is filled with techniques, analysis and insights that only his 30 plus years of trading experience can bring. The course will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of advanced technical tools and trading strategies, and how and when to use them. This 2-day program will give you a comprehensive understanding of the various strategies employed in the field of advanced technical analysis. We’ll explore a wide array of advanced technical tools and strategies, including what they are as well as how and when to use them.

Why you should attend

This course applies to individuals at all levels of the
commodities industry including producers,
consumers, physical traders, derivatives traders and
trade support staff. Professionals from: commercial
hedgers, marketers, end-users, banks, hedge funds,
employees of futures exchanges, futures
commission merchants, data vendors, pricing
publications and government agencies.

Topics covered include:

  • Integrating volatility studies with traditional mathematical technical analysis.
  • Weissman’s Risk Management Pyramid including stop losses, volumetric limits, VaR limits, correlation analysis, stress testing and fixed fractional money management.
  • Trend exhaustion indicators including TD Sequential and TD Combo.
  • Using TD Points, TD Trendlines, TD Setup Trend and TD Risk Lines.
  • How to use Guppy multiple moving averages.
  • High-Frequency (aka “scalping”) techniques: Timeframe divergence, cycles in volatility.
  • Mechanizing Elliott Wave with the Elliott Wave oscillator.
  • Neural networks, genetic algorithms and fuzzy logic.
  • Applying fractals, self-similarity and chaos theory to technical analysis.
  • Dark Pools, icebergs, gamers and low latency trading.
  • Real-time system development and optimization exercise with CQG software.
  • Combining non-correlated trading systems.
  • Regret minimization techniques: What they are and how to apply them to trend-following and countertrend models.