Canadian Society of Technical Analysts


Toronto Chapter April Meeting

  • 28 Apr 2015
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Strathcona Hotel, 60 York St., Toronto, Ontario

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Speaker:  Colin Cieszynski

Colin Cieszynski, CFA, CMT, CFTe Chief Market Strategist with CMC Markets, is one of the world’s leading professional market analysts with over twenty years of experience and a global following of his market insights located in over 50 countries on six continents. Colin tracks economic and market trends for Global indices, North American stocks, commodities and currencies utilizing both fundamental and technical analysis techniques.

Colin is frequently quoted in the business press around the world by publications including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Reuters and many others. He appears regularly offering market insights on JAZZ-FM in the UK, plus BNN, CBC Radio and 680 News in Canada. He has a daily online market column with the Globe and Mail in Canada and appears weekly on ABC News Radio across Australia. 

Topic: Technical Analysis of Foreign Exchange Markets  

Foreign exchange is the world’s largest trading market, actively traded by global banks, funds, central banks and individual traders. There are significant differences in how currencies are quoted and traded relative to stocks, and because of this, the approaches and tools used by technical analysts and traders toward currencies are a bit different.

Colin Cieszynski is Chief Market Strategist with CMC Markets, one of the world’s premiere retail forex trading companies and Head of the Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Society of Technical Analysts.

In this presentation, Colin will discuss:

How currency trading differs from stocks and commodities

Technical Analysis of 24 hour trading markets

Relative (pairs) trading and technical analysis

Advanced tools used by technical currency traders including client sentiment and trading off charts

How Contracts For Difference in indices and commodities can help traders follow technically driven strategies like stop and reverse and pyramiding. 

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