Articles on

Almost a year ago, I published a post proclaiming, “Dr. Copper Delivers a Diagnosis of Inflation,” in which I argued that copper’s breakout of its long-term consolidation range suggested inflation was poised to breakout, as well, contradicting the Fed’s “transitory” narrative, recalls Jesse Felder of The Felder Report.
Price action is the easier of the two to analyze. Timing is much harder, which is why traders so often get it wrong. However, a few technical tools are very useful in finding that sweet spot where good timing and price levels come together. They are price action and stochastics, states Bob Lang of Explosive Options.
In recent weeks, the Fed finally acknowledged that current inflationary pressure is not transitory, and they are on a path to raise interest rates quicker than previously anticipated, states Joon Choi of Signalert Asset Management.
If you want to cut through noise and self-doubt, the key is being able to know when and when not to trust your intuition, states Jared Tendler, Author, The Mental Game of Trading.
My Top Picks for 2022 come from our mid-cap “Best Months” stock basket; we issued our “Best Months” Seasonal MACD Buy Signal on October 8, 2021, recalls Jeffrey Hirsch, seasonal timing specialist and editor of Stock Trader's Almanac.
Sponsored Content – Inflation has been building for the past year. It has not reached its peak. It will not be going away anytime soon, says Rich Checkan, president & COO, Asset Strategies International.
The worldwide transition from internal combustion engine powered to electrically powered vehicles is well underway, suggests Neil Macneale, editor of 2-for-1 Stock Split Newsletter.
I like to find and buy the world’s best companies, ideally when they’ve been kicked to the curb and otherwise left behind; this is often a deceptively simple and secure path to profits, says Keith Fitz-Gerald, growth stock expert and editor of Five with Fitz by One Bar Ahead.
Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (AEM) has long been regarded as one of the better quality of the major miners, with consistently solid management, strong balance sheet, and low political risk profile, observes Adrian Day, money manager and editor of Global Analyst.
A lot of investors always make the same mistake with initial public offerings (IPOs). They get caught up in the media buzz and buy on the first day, cautions Michael Brush, a specialist in insider trading and editor of Brush Up on Stocks.

Virtual Learning

Rising interest rates and the expiration of the pause on student loans could cool off the housing. Work from home and etail have negatively impacted malls and commercial real estate. Are you taking on too much risk in your high-yield stocks and bonds? Is now the time to find better solutions on the fixed income side of your portfolio?


Jeff Hirsch will reveal his 2022 Annual Forecast and how his January Indicator Trifecta will solidify his outlook. Find out the major obstacles the market faces from the Fed, Inflation, and the Midterm Elections. Midterm election years are notoriously the worst year of the 4-Year Cycle, and the second year of New Democratic Presidents is even worse. Valuations are high and the market looks toppy, so we are likely to experience more volatility in 2022, but midterm market weakness often sets up solid buying opportunities for the Sweet Spot of the 4-year Cycle. Tune in for Mr. Hirschs current outlook and latest stock and ETF picks.
Asbury Research's Chief Market Strategist, John Kosar, CMT uses his 40 years of experience and Asbury's in-house models to identify the specific parts of the market that still have some upside potential following an extremely strong 2021. And, in a year that is likely to be heavily influenced by increasing inflationary pressures, John will also share Asbury's tools and models that identify emerging market declines quickly-before they can do serious damage to your portfolio. Mr. Kosar's presentation will cover US and global stock markets, US market sectors and industry groups, US interest rates, key commodity markets, and the latest signals from Asbury Research's quantitative models.

The digitization of the developing world has now reached an inflection point. The unique innovation born in Silicon Valley has spread, been adapted, and matured to a point where unicorns from all corners of the developing world are now going public. With billions of digital natives as a tailwind, these companies will be the drivers of transformation that lead their respective countries into the Digital Age. Kevin Carter will delve into these new names, the fundamental changes taking place in developing economies, preference for online shopping via the smartphone, and how Gen-Z will drive the next leg of this growing digital revolution spreading the globe.


What's covered:


  • How to capitalize on the next five billion connected consumers in the developing world.

  • Explain how McKinsey's "biggest growth opportunity in the history of capitalism" is now on discount.

  • The coming great leap forward for a rapidly digitizing India.

  • How traditional broad Emerging Market ETFs are fundamentally flawed.



The market is in sync with the market cycles and timing is key to trading success. By having a roadmap and simple timing tools, a trader has a structure to navigate the markets for consistent profits. In this session, learn to anticipate market direction and have a sense of where the market is going before placing a trade by reading the Market Map. Ms. Samuels will provide live market examples to show you how you can find better trade entries and profit targets using simple tools.
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.

Q1 promises to be volatile as the market digests rising interest rates around the globe, the normal fits and starts of a mid-term election year and exceptionally strong price performance in 2020 and 2021. Will inflation moderate? Will Congress continue to spend? Will workers return to the labor force? Markets always climb a wall of worry and the surest way to steady your portfolio for long-term total return is to establish a reliable buy/sell discipline, and then stick with it.

Trading can be a great way to make money, but is it really possible to do so in 2022? Or would it be better to put all of your money in an index fund, as many people want you to? And what happens if there's a crash next year? In this session, you can ask a REAL trader if it's really possible to make money through trading, you can ask about his strategies, and what tips they have for trading these crazy markets.

During this session you can interact directly with Markus Heitkoetter and your fellow audience members! This session is hosted via Zoom, and for the best experience for all we ask that you have video and audio enabled when you enter the Zoom meeting. Limited attendees will be admitted to the room at one time. Those who would only like to watch the discussion, can do so right in the presentation room on the Virtual Platform without joining the Zoom meeting-as you would with any other workshop in this event.

Instructions on How to Participate:

  1. Five minutes prior to the start of the session, the presentation room will open.
  2. Please click on the "Join Discussion" button just above the live chat to gain access to the Zoom meeting.
  3. You will be placed in a waiting room and will be admitted when a spot becomes available.
  4. Feel free to continue watching the presentation from the Virtual Platform while waiting to be admitted.
  5. Upon admittance to the Zoom room, be sure to mute your Virtual Platform video player as to not hear an echo.

We look forward to connecting with you!

By Entering the Zoom Meeting, You Agree to be Recorded.



Conferences