STA Monthly Meeting – November 2011
Mr Baudrillart has been using technical analysis for more than 15 years. Over that period he advised all types of investors, from intraday traders to pension fund managers. He will discuss how to successfully implement technical analysis into classical asset management strategies and will talk about the importance of time frames. Cyril will also explain why fundamental and technical analysis are complementary tools and what to do when conflicting conclusions emerge. Finally, he will discuss the strengths of market breath indicators as a valuable tool to improve market comprehension.
Cyril Baudrillart is a Senior Investment Advisor working for BBSP Partners, a European Equity Brokerage firm specialized in market timing consulting. He has been a full-time technical analyst since 1995, first as a buy-side analyst and then as a sell-side technician. He was Exane BNP Paribas’ chief technical analyst between 2000 and 2010.
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