Canadian Society of Technical Analysts

Concerned your chart won't have room to run? Here's how to use the stochastic momentum index to estimate trend breakout

  • 20 Feb 2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webcast


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February 20, 2013 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm. Webcast featuring Anne-Marie Baiynd - Concerned your chart won't have room to run? Here's how to use the stochastic momentum index to estimate trend breakout

About the Presenter: Anne-Marie entered the trading world with an educational background in mathematics and advanced biosciences. She began trading more than seven years ago after running a recruiting company for more than a decade, and now speaks at the national and international level to traders of all levels on elements of systematic and organized trading for thousands each year across venues. Anne-Marie has been featured and interviewed in several publications -Stocks and Commodities Magazine, Active Trader Magazine,, International Traders Expo, noted in Best Finance People on Twitter: and books, The Stocktwits Edge, and Traders At Work. A specialist in Fibonacci and harmonic patterns, Anne-Marie just completed her second book, The Trading Book Workbook, Practical Examples to Trading Successfully in the Market--the second book for McGraw-Hill Publications, and is currently working on trading systems automation build around her successful momentum trading systems. Her technical trading skill in price pattern recognition, wave rotations, support and resistance, Fibonacci retracements, simple moving averages, Bollinger bands, VWAP, the SMI and market inflections can be evidenced through live twitter feeds throughout the trading day. She can be found on her website, and on Twitter and Stocktwits by @AnneMarieTrades

About the Presentation: The SMI remains one of my favorite indicators and is exceptionally reliable. Stochastic momentum indicators are often misused and and mistakenly applied as tools that only measure overbought and oversold levels. Learn how I use the SMI every day to consistently make trades with room to move.

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