STA Monthly Meeting & Christmas Party – December 2013
Thierry believes that the long term trend in the stock market is driven by fundamentals but in the short term, the stock market is driven by sentiment. He will demonstrate how sentiment can be used to forecast the short term direction of the stock market. It is not clear why sentiment changes but one early clue can be found in the behaviour of investors. Sentiment will often change when prices no longer respond to the news. For example when the market fails to rally on good news or when it fails to decline on bad news. His e-Yield Sentiment Indicator (ESI) measures this.
Thierry Laduguie’s unique style of analysis is based on Elliott Wave and sentiment analysis. He has developed his own sentiment indicator (ESI) which is used to forecast the short term direction of the FTSE 100 and S&P 500. Thierry is a member of the Society of Technical Analysts and holds the Investment Management Certificate.
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STA Monthly Meeting – October 2023
The main reason for ineffective strategy construction which leads to non-reproducible results in real time and hence inconsistent performance is due to not knowing the 3 critical strategy stats. To overcome this challenge and construct sustainable, scalable and reproducible strategies in a quantitative manner, the Smart Money Framework was developed by the quants in the 1960s. With this framework we will have the 3 critical stats to help us construct optimal entries, stop loss and exits. When this is further combined with volume, our probability of capturing the bigger runners increases. All of the above will be explained further in detail by the presenter.
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