IFTA2020: Trade what you see, not what you believe

Market performance has been the exact opposite of what the economic fundamentals suggest should be the case. The highest unemployment since the Depression along with a massive COVID infection rate and lockdowns has created the fastest market recovery every seen. How do we trade or invest in this environment? What analysis methods worked, and which methods failed? What did we  really learn  about the relationship between analysis and trading?

Guppy will examine methods that survived the COVID disruption and those which  may protect against snapback conditions as markets and economic move back into sync.

Daryl Guppy has provided trading and investment analysis of financial  markets for more than 25 years. His immensely popular 1996 book SHARE TRADING laid the groundwork for technical trading in Australia.   He only trades his own capital. He has a well-established public record of successful trade calls for trading local and global  equity, commodity and FX markets. He has unique experience in trading both Western and mainland Chinese markets. He is recognised as an international investment expert.   Guppy has nine books published internationally by John Wiley. His new book is due for publication in late 2020.

He has developed several technical indicators which are included in industry standard software such as DZH International, Metastock and Omnitrader as well as many other charting programs. He developed the ANTSSYS trading indicators for commodity, index and currency markets.  Globally many traders use the technical indicators developed by Guppy to trade equities and other markets. For 20 years Guppy has been a regular host anchor on CNBC Asia Squawkbox where he is known as “The Chartman”.   Daryl is a regular contributor and columnist for financial magazines and media in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Australia and the US.   His weekly analysis and trading newsletter has been in continuous publication for 25 years.

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