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May 2016

  • In this Issue:
    1. Dr. C.K. Narayan, Senior Vice President, ATMA, continues his Part 3 of his series on "Understanding the nature of Oscillators"
    2. Mr. Vivek Patil, Treasurer of ATMA, presents a wonderful insight into Fibonacci numbers and ratios, both in the present & past market scenarios.
    3. Mr. Vishal Dalvi, founder of Waves Research, normally writes on Eliiott Wave, but this time he writes an interesting article on how "Mom is key Indicator".
    4. Mr. Mahesh Bhagwat, proprietary trader with MAPE Admisi Securities, has written a fantastic piece," Sehwag and Dravid". Whether a trader should be like a swashbuckling, fun loving Sehwag or someone like Dravid who is more objective and patient in his approach.
    5. Mr. Vivek Patil, the Treasurer of ATMA conducted the 41st educational meeting in Delhi in the month of February and it is published here for the benefit of members of other centers as well.

December 2015

  • In this Issue:
    1. Dr. Narayan started a series in the previous issue on “Understanding the Nature of Oscillators”, which has been well received. In the current issue, he elaborates on that and throws more light using indicators like Ultimate Oscillator.
    2. Mr. Vivek Patil, market enthusiast, who has also taken over as Treasurer of ATMA, presents his simple but detailed explanation of how a “trend is a friend” , with extensive examples across time frames.
    3. Mr. Gnanasekar Thaiagarajan, trustee at ATMA writes about the myths of using technical analysis in commodity markets. It will be a series beginning with this one basic information on trading using technical analysis on commodities.
    4. Mr. Vishal Dalvi, a well know analyst writes about combing harmonic patterns in Elliot wave analysis for trading. It is meant mostly for traders, who like to combine Elliot wave analysis with other patterns.
    5. Mr. Sahil Vijay, an aspirant technical analyst writes a detailed and well-presented article on Neely extensions.

November 2015

  • In this issue –
    1. Dr. C.K. Narayan, Senior Vice President of ATMA, writes the first of his series on the nature of Technical Oscillators.
    2. Mr. Vivek Patil, Treasurer of ATMA, presents his Bull-Bear Regime (BBR) model emphasizing on the importance of time over price moves .
    3. Mr. Gnanasekar Thaiagarajan, trustee at ATMA writes about how knowing some basic information on fundamentals of commodities could enhance the trading experience of a technical trader.
    4. Mr. Amit Jeswani writes about his first hand experience and journey of CMT. How he prepared, the do's and don’ts for the CMT, is well written in a short and brief article.
    5. Mr. Sushil Kedia, the Founder & President of ATMA, writes on "Who is a Trader"?

February 2015

  • 1. Rajat Dutta continues his explanation on the subject of swing trading in his article about Exiting on swing trades.
    2. Kannan Raju explains the Kairi Relative Index.
    3. Speculator Baba portrays the most important concepts, The Greeks, that one need to learn if one wants to become a professional option trader.
    4. Sahil vijay present another brilliant review on the book Super Trader by Van K Tharp

January 2015

  • In this issue -
    1. Jihan illustrates a powerful oscillator, TRIX, which is used by many professional traders worldwide.
    2. Alex comes towards the final turn of his series on Market Profile.
    3.Kannan Raju explains one of the best indicators on the reversal trade, The Coppock Indicator.
    4.Sahil Vijay explicates two simple yet powerful trading tools, The Regression Bands and The Fibonacci Fan.
    5.Rajat Dutta brings yet another article on the concept of Swing Trading Systems.

November 2014

  • In this issue -
    1. Ananth Madhav brings us towards the climax in the explanation of market phases using moving averages, in his final article of the series – Analysis of Market Phases using 50 and 200 SMA.
    2. Alex a.k.a Pit trader continues the explanation of the concept of Market Profile.
    3. Jay Purohit continues his portrayal of the ever effective harmonic patterns for trading reversals and finding price targets.
    4. Rajat Dutta brings the second part of his article that explains the other 5 tips to become better in swing trading.
    5. Sahil Vijay presents a great review of the book, New thinking in Technical Analysis.

September 2014

  • In this issue -
    1. Ananth Madhav explains market phases using moving averages, in his article – Analysis of Market Phases using 50 and 200 SMA.
    2. Alex a.k.a Pit trader continues the explanation of the concept of Market Profile.
    3. Supriya Dutta shares a simple yet effective method by William D Gann for finding price targets.
    4. Subhadip Nandy brings fifth part of his series - Designing a trading system.
    5. Claudia Mincucci presents yet another brilliant review of the MTA’s Dow Award winning paper of 2002 – Identifying Bear market bottoms and new bull markets.
    6. Sahil Vijay gives yet another interesting review of the book – Breakthroughs in Technical Analysis by David Keller, CMT

August 2014

  • In this issue –

    1. Ananth Madhav explains the way to trade Consolidation patterns with the help of Volume in his article – Discipline in Trading
    2. Rajat Dutta provides 5 tips that can help to become a good swing trader.
    3. Steve Burns shares his wisdom and experience in his behavioral analysis piece – 10 things that will improve your trading results quickly.
    4. Subhadip Nandy brings fourth part of his series - Designing a trading system. 5. Alex a.k.a Pit trader introduces the concept of Market Profile.
    6. Claudia Mincucci presents yet another brilliant review of the MTA’s Dow Award winning paper of 2001 – Sign of Bear

July 2014

  • In this issue -
    1. Sumeet Jain explains the role of discipline in the life of a trader in his article – Discipline in Trading.
    2. Ananth Madhav portrays the objective of volume in trading in his piece – Measuring trades with volumes.
    3. Rajat Dutta illustrates two trading setups for the short term trader in his first article - Intraday Trading with Cups.
    4. Claudia Mincucci gives another great review of the Dow Award winning paper of 2008 about Style Index Momentum to generate Alpha by Tibbs, Eakins and De Shurko
    5. Sahil Vijay gives a review on one of the most interesting and useful books for any trader – Fibonacci Analysis by Constance Brown.

March 2014

  • In this issue -
    1. Nitiin Khandkar analysis the case of Special Dividends by companies with the help of few precedents.
    2. Raju Angadi Vishwanath describes the effectiveness of using a Top-Down approach for trading along with few simple tools from the technical analysis tool kit.
    3. Sharmila Joshi explains the basics of the Price/Earnings Ratio. A great learning lesson for our readers to understand the fundamental analysis tool.
    Mayur K Sampat reviews “Technical Analysis of Stock Trends” by Robert D. Edwards & John Magee.

October 2013

  • In this issue -
    1. Andrew Cardwell - the legend – explains the concept of Divergence and Ranges on RSI with chart illustrations.
    2. Deepak Shenoy elaborately describes the four emotional battles that the traders face at marketplace.
    3. Abhijit Phatak illustrates how the basic tools of technical analysis can be employed to analyse and trade options’ charts.
    Sumeet Jain reviews “Trade Chart Patterns like the Pros” by Suri Duddella.

August 2013

  • In this issue –
    David Garrard explains the concept of information overload and its effect on us as investors and traders. The role of Trading Psychology in the game of trading can never be undermined. On this note, we have reproduced from Technically Speaking a striking piece on “How to take Emotions out of Trading” by James Brodie. Mayur Sampat explains the importance of a trading system with illustrations. Sumeet Jain reviews ‘Beyond Technical Analysis’ by Tushar S Chande.

May 2013

  • In this issue –
    Shiva Galrani explains the “Butterfly” strategy in options and shows how one could employ it to generate regular income from the markets.
    Natarajan Visweswaran illustrates the method of identifying reversals in a trend using swing points.
    B. Krishnakumar had introduced the concept of Pitchfork in the November 2012 issue. He extends the discussion further with more examples.
    Thirunavukkarasu N reviews ‘Come into my Trading Room’ by Alexander Elder.

April 2013

  • In this issue ‐  Dr Gary Dayton explains the Wyckoff method of trading. He highlights how
    reading price bars and volume across multiple time frames can give both the swing trader and the day trader a substantial edge in their trading. Alex Bernal describes the Commitment of Trader Report issued by the CFTC and illustrates how its usage could be an excellent tool to analyze and trade commodities. Priti Lohia reviews ‘The Complete Turtle Trader’ by Michael W Covel.

April 2013

  • In this issue ‐ Dr. Gary Dayton explains the Wyckoff method of trading. He highlights how reading price bars and volume across multiple time frames can give both the swing trader and the day trader a substantial edge in their trading. Alex Bernal describes the Commitment of Trader Report issued by the CFTC and illustrates how its usage could be an excellent tool to analyze and trade commodities. Priti Lohia reviews ‘The Complete Turtle Trader’ by Michael W Covel.

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