STA Monthly Meeting – September 2012
A presentation by Fred Stafford of his 40 year progress in pinpointing exact pre-determined tops and bottoms for all investment vehicles.
Fred will analyse elements of Gann to illustrate his system. He will refer to recorded past analysis predicting precisely the price and time of major turning points for a selection of equities, currencies, commodities etc. At the end of the talk he will leave members with a number of charts indicating future tops and bottoms for their consideration. The future need not necessarily emerge out of the fog but often be planned for with some certainty.
Fred Stafford is one of the world’s leading exponents of the works of William D Gann and has enjoyed an uninterrupted career in the Financial Services industry for almost 50 years. During this time he has accumulated an impressive expertise as a teacher and practitioner of the techniques of one of the great traders of the 20th century.
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STA Monthly Meeting – October 2023
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