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Director of Research to present at CFA Society Washington DC

Barry Sine, Director of Research at Drexel Hamilton, will be featured at 2 events hosted by the CFA Society Washington DC.

Global Markets in the Trump Era

Since Barry M. Sinethe election of Donald J. Trump as the United States’ 45th President on November 8th, the S&P 500 has rallied 11%. But how are global markets reacting and how are the fixed income and commodities markets viewing the Trump era? What segments of the U.S. market are doing well, and which are not? And what new global inter-relationships are forming?

Frequent CNBC contributor and technical analyst Barry Sine will provide a global overview of stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities. He will present a technical overview of equity markets around the world, giving attendees a thorough look at what the charts are saying about the direction of the U.S. market and the world economy. In addition, he will cover various segments of the U.S. market in depth as well as several widely held names.

Join us from 6:00 – 8:00 pm on Thursday, April 20, 2017, for this timely and exciting event. For full details, click here.

Technical Analysis Training

Do you need to get up to speed or a refresher on Technical Analysis? This is your chance to learn from one of the best in the industry.

Our instructor, Barry M. Sine, CFA, CMT, and co-author of the CFA exam readings on technical analysis, will introduce members to the field and provide them with a half-day course designed to provide them with a working knowledge of technical analysis.

Technical analysis is becoming more widely used by analysts, portfolio managers and even central banks. The course will cover the basic theory and assumptions behind technical analysis, then move on to practical tools including chart construction, chart patterns, volume, moving averages and momentum oscillators. It will include current technical examples of major financial markets including a discussion of Dow Theory and what it is signaling to investors presently. Participants are invited to send suggestions of financial instruments they are interested in analyzing in advance, and the instructor will try to work as many of these into the curriculum.

Join us from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm on Thursday, April 20, 2017 to get up to speed on technical analysis. For full details, click here.

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