MMTA FIRST WORKSHOP on “CYCLES and CHART PATTERNS IN FINANCIAL MARKETS”,”

MMTA FIRST WORKSHOP on “CYCLES and CHART PATTERNS IN FINANCIAL MARKETS”,” APRIL 6-8, 2013
Written by Raymond Merriman

MMTA will conduct its first workshop course on “Cycles and Chart Patterns in Financial Markets,” April 6-8, 2013. This is the first course of the new Merriman Market Timing Academy (MMTA), and is open to non-MMTA students via this webinar.

This course will outline the various cycles (long-, intermediate-, and short-term) in financial markets, and the various phases and patterns that unfold in each. Chart patterns that correlate with cyclical troughs and crests will be shown and discussed in detail. Attendees will then be instructed on trading and investment strategies for each type of cycle, as well as their phases.

The live webcast will take place from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Saturday and Sunday (with snack and lunch breaks), as well as Monday from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The raw footage will be available for review for attendees for the 30 days following this course. For this course, you will need a computer with speakers. The actual presentation itself will take place at the Michigan State Educational Center in Troy, Michigan, for those who have applied as apprentices to MMTA.

The instructor for this course will be Raymond Merriman, with a special presentation by noted Technical Analyst Rick Lorusso.

The cost for this course is $3000.00. Attendees may apply this course towards credit to an MMTA certificate of completion if future courses and tests are taken and passed.

For further information, please go to http://www.merrimanmta.com , or contact Maureen Hogan at mhogan@merrimanmta.com.

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