Each month for the last five years I have presented Trevor Neil’s Friday Technical Analysis Surgery. The three live session attract 100-200 attendees. I enjoy presenting them very much and gain al lot preparing for them. They cover aspects of technical analysis and trading techniques. Although free and open to anyone, they are sponsored by Thomson Reuters and feature their Eikon platform. This being the last one fo the year we depart from our normal subjects such as Heikin-Ashi Explained or Stop Placement Techniques to talk about the technical picture as we enter 2015. Anyone can sign up here for future Surgeries. We will cover RRG Charting, Psychology Oscillator and Pivot Point Trading Techniques over the next quarter.
This month I noticed a distinguished Surgery attendee. It was Andrew Cardwell – Mr. RSI. He studies and understand every wiggle and nuance in Wilder’s RSI lines. See www.cardwellrsiedge.com for more. I was a bit nervous to mention the RSI in his presence. No one understands the popular oscillator better than he. Constance Brown acknowledges this in her definitive book Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional.
I spoke to him at length after the Surgery. He is a very interesting and easy going man. We are similar age and must have met many years ago at TAG conferences in the late ’80′s where Tim Slater had him as a speaker. I wish I’d paid more attention then. I’d like to get some sponsorship to get him over to Europe some time. I think he would be eagerly received. Any ideas anyone?
Remember to join me for my Trevor Neil’s Friday Technical Analysis Surgeries on the third Friday of the month. Details are at www.betagroup.co.uk/courses. The subjects are now chosen by you. Send me your suggestions. I must decide one quarter ahead so Thomson Reuters our generous sponsors can post and promote them. Bloomberg and other platform users are welcome too of course. They are free and last about an hour. I send out a copy of the slides after to attendees. Sometimes these manuals are quite comprehensive as they are or become part of one of my courses. I hope to meet you on a surgery soon.