Integrating Elliott Wave Analysis Into Your Trading
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 14:30 MST » 16:30 EST
In our December 14th webinar, Jeff Kennedy will present his ideas on how to incorporate Elliott waves alongside other forms of technical analysis in order to identify high-probability trade setups, optimize risk/reward, and safely manage market exposure.
About Our Speaker
Jeffrey Kennedy is chief commodity analyst at Elliott Wave International (EWI), with over 25 years of experience as an analyst, trader, author and teacher.
He writes and edits Futures Junctures, EWI's premier commodity forecasting package that focuses on Elliott Wave analysis of the commodity markets. He also produces Elliott Wave Junctures, an educational service that shows how to spot trading opportunities with wave analysis and supporting technical methods.
Over the past 14 years, Mr. Kennedy has written a column called Trader's Classroom, which EWI has published as a four-volume ebook series called The Trader's Classroom Collection. He has written many magazine articles about using the Wave Principle, which have been published by SFO (Stocks, Futures & Options), Tradersworld, Stocks & Commodities magazine and The Technical Analyst. SFO magazine has also published two of his articles in its personal investor book series, Technical Analysis.
As a recognized expert in Elliott Wave analysis and trading, Mr. Kennedy is a much sought-after public speaker and has taught thousands of students how to apply the Wave Principle as a trading methodology throughout the United States as well as in London, Paris, Zurich, Mumbai, Johannesburg, Melbourne, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
He has taught thousands of people how to improve their trading through his EWI courses and as an adjunct professor of technical analysis at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). He is a part-time lecturer in the Quantitative and Computational Finance Program at Georgia Tech, where he taught the technical analysis portion of a class titled "Options Strategies, Techniques and Nuances for the Individual Investor and Floor Trader."
He co-authored the latest book in the Bloomberg Financial Series, "The Visual Guide to Elliott Wave Trading.
Amount of historical data varies from 30 days to 14 years depending on the membership you choose.