David Keller, CMT is chief market strategist at StockCharts.com and president of Sierra Alpha Research, LLC, where he helps investors minimize behavioral biases through technical analysis. Mr. Keller is a past president of the CMT Association and was formerly a managing director of research at Fidelity Investments. You can follow his thinking at MarketMisbehavior.com.
Join Julius and Dave as they focus on the rotation between growth and value, small and large, cyclicals and defensive stocks. Which groups are poised to outperform given the volatile market environment, rapidly changing breadth conditions and the Fed's interest rate policy? You'll leave this session better equipped to navigate the markets during uncertain times!
Top investors find success by optimizing what is within their control, including their daily/weekly routines and decision-making processes. They also plan for things outside of their control, such as risk management measures to address elevated volatility and market uncertainty. In this session, Dave will share seven habits of top-performing investors, in a session that will challenge you to rethink how you spend your time, encourage you to upgrade your risk management efforts, and help you develop a consistent routine of technical market analysis to minimize emotional baggage in your investment process!
Join David Keller, CMT, and Greg Schnell, CMT, from StockCharts.com as they share ideas on short-term and long-term momentum-based strategies for the cannabis space. They'll review the charts of top cannabis stocks, ETFs, and use technical analysis and advanced data visualization techniques to identify names with the best opportunities to outperform!
Pilots are taught to use a checklist for every process performed in the cockpit, allowing them to minimize emotional reactions and focus on the evidence. Investors should use the same approach to improve consistency and inject more discipline into the investment process! In this session, Mr. Keller will share his own technical analysis checklist and use current market examples to demonstrate how investors can maximize returns, minimize behavioural biases, and better manage downside risk.