Basil Chapman archive subscriber Webinar now available!
Recorded live on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, 4:00-5:30 PM ET
With higher interest rates, soaring commodities and warring nations, is it possible for the stock market to make new all time highs in 2022?
1. ChapmanWave (CW) techniques that can help identify that possibility
2. Current patterns and CW notations that are working now
3. Stocks, ETFs, areas and sectors that should participate
4. Simple ‘tools’ to use in your own analysis of current/potential positions
5. What would denote a failure and when to start downside protection
6. Questions that you send in, or ask online will be covered
Subscribers can send any questions prior to the webinar to email@example.com!
Opening Call Details:
"What impact will the tremendous increase in the public's participation in the stock market these past few months have in 2021"
March of 2021
"Will the Chart Formations That Worked in the 1st Half of 2020 Continue to Work in the 2nd Half?"
"ChapmanWave® Technical Tools that have produced strong gains in 2020"
Along with 7 other archived subscriber webinars...
Basil Chapman is yet another example of the expertise you will find on the TFNN team. As editor of The Chapman Marketline and Trendswatch since 1984, Basil Chapman’s service has been used by Fidelity’s Technical Department, hedge funds, banks, money managers, and individual clients. Often quoted in Barron’s Market Watch section, as well as winning TheStreet.com’s “timing” competition, where his analysis has often been referenced, Chapman has a history of significant market-trend calls.
As one investor noted, “Chapman is a trend and momentum trader. He has done outstanding every year, in with the uptrends and out or short during the bear periods like 2008. He doesn't fight the market.”
In addition to being editor of The Opening Call advisory service, Chapman is also the host of "The Tiger Technician's Hour”, which airs every trading day live at Noon EST.
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