Cross Asset Year End Technical Analysis
As the eventful year comes to an end, traders are looking ahead to 2021 with some economies expected to reopen, while others remain closed. Given the financial industry titans caught off guard in 2020 not anticipating the March global equities selloff, and more than a few missing the record breaking gains since, traders have increasingly asked how they could have better predicted either move. To cut through some of the media noise around the impact of Covid-19, Tradable Patterns’ Darren Chu will comment on potential trend reversal and momentum opportunities going into the new year. Darren will apply technical analysis to the monthly and weekly charts of the most widely traded markets in his futures and FX Watchlist, as well as to Bitcoin and a basket of US mid and large cap equities. The audience will have an assumed intermediate level understanding for technical analysis, futures, FX, Bitcoin and equities.
Date: Tue, Dec 1, 2020 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST
Speaker: Darren Chu, CFA, Founder Tradable Patterns
Sponsored by: Tradable Patterns
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