Canadian Society of Technical Analysts

Webcast: “The Use of Time in Technical Analysis – DeMark, Fibonacci, Gann” with Mark Newton

  • 26 Sep 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webcast


September 26, 2018 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm 

Webcast featuring Mark L Newton, CMT – Managing Member/Owner of Newton Advisors, LLC

As the Managing Member/Owner of Newton Advisors, LLC, a consultancy that educates both institutions and retail investors on technical trends, Mark has more than 20 years of buy and sell-side experience in the financial services industry. He formerly worked as Greywolf’s Chief Technical Analyst down on the NYSE trading floor, and prior to that with Diamondback Capital Management, where he served as a technical analyst and portfolio manager. He moved to New York 12 years ago when he joined Morgan Stanley’s technical team in New York City and two years later became their Technical Strategist within the Strategy team of Henry McVey. Mark’s career using technicals really began out in Chicago in the late 90’s, when he traded equity options as a market maker/floor trader at the CBOE. Mark is a member of the Market Technicians Association, and former member of the CBOE, CBOT, and PHLX. He graduated with a BS in Finance from Virginia Tech in 1991 and obtained his Chartered Market Technician designation in 2002. His expertise is primarily in using advanced methods of technical analysis to identify stocks, commodities, and currencies with above-average risk/reward characteristics that can maximize returns and minimize risk. In addition to employing standard technical tools to identify trend duration, relative strength, and momentum, Mr. Newton utilizes counter-trend analysis to identify potential trend exhaustion and reversals of trend. He appears frequently on CNBC, Fox Business, BNN, and has done interviews with Bloomberg Radio, and Sina in the past. Mark is a contributor for Real Money, Yahoo Finance, and has written for CNBC Pro.

Email with webinar link will be emailed to all members Tuesday Afternoon.

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