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Webcast: Q1-Q2 2015 Market Outlook

Posted on: Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Yesterday John Kosar, our Director of Research, presented a webinar for the Market Technicians Association (MTA) entitled “US Financial Update for January 2015“, which is a part of the MTA’s Educational Web Series from which members can earn 2 Continuing Education (CE) credits .

You can view the webinar by Clicking Here.

 

For the webinar, John used our most recent monthly US Financial Market Chart Book, which is one of 8 different reports that we produce for Asbury Research subscribers.

You can request a PDF of the presentation by emailing us at sales@asburyresearch.com with “Webinar PDF” in the subject line.

John has been an MTA member for the past 25 years, during which time he served as Vice President and board member. The MTA is an invaluable resource for investors, professional and otherwise, to get practical, real-world information and tools that can protect your portfolio from adverse price moves — moves that often cannot be seen or anticipated by standard fundamental or economic analysis.

This is in no way meant to be a knock on these more traditional and necessary disciplines, but rather to point out an opportunity for savvy investors to “see the other side of the elephant” via tools like investor asset flows, investor sentiment, and global intermarket relationships, to name a few — tools that often give the earliest warnings of trouble ahead.

Accordingly, most Asbury Research clients are not “chart traders”, but rather professional money managers — many who are already experts in global economics and fundamental analysis and who are looking for “an edge” to work into their investment process. A quantitative/technical approach like the one Asbury Research employs can do just that.

Hope the webinar is interesting and informative. Thanks to the MTA for making it available on their site. If you like our approach and would like more information, please contact us at sales@asburyresearch.com or 1-888-960-0005.