Orpheus heads to Tirana

Orpheus heads to Tirana for Thomson Reuters training.

Performance Cycles

Performance is cyclical and is based on time cyclicality. A top performer will underperform in future and vice versa. All of Euro vs. Dollar, Oil vs. Natural Gas, Gold vs. Platinum, Dow vs. S&p500 and GE vs. Caterpillar pairs have performance cyclicality in them. The presentation will introduce the subject and illustrate how stock picking and trading strategies can be built around the technique. Relative performance is also referred to as Alpha.

Tirana (24 April 2010)

09:00 - 10:30 - Performance Cycles
10:45 - 12:15 - Elliott and Fibonacci
12:30- 13:00 - Target Calculation and Cases
Lunch Break
13:45 - 14:45 - Momentum and Cycles
15:00 - 15:30 - Behavioral Finance and Investment Psychology
15:30 - 16:00 - Target Calculation and Cases

Orpheus Capitals, Global Alternative Research Company

Orpheus Capitals is listed with Integrity Research Associates, New York as an independent researcher. The research startup is headed by Market Technicians from Market Technicians Association, New York. The research outfit publishes 300 research reports internationally on Reuters and Thomson platforms monthly. The coverage includes global equity, metals, forex, agro, energy, bonds and green assets. The forecasts cover asset classes across time frames. Orpheus is the only company in India, C&E Europe to do intraday research on indices, futures and various other assets.

Speaker Profile: Mukul Pal

Mukul Pal is a Chartered Market Technician. He has more than a decade of Capital Market experience dealing with derivatives and global assets. He has worked for Bombay Stock Exchange, multinational banks and brokerage houses in leading research positions before starting Orpheus Capitals in 2005. He was nominated for the best analyst of the Romanian Capitals in 2007.



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