Waves.gold - Anticipated copper reversal happens

Ashish Kyal is the contributing columnist for the weekly Waves Gold. Ashish started his career as a business analyst with NSE.iT, a 100% subsidiary of National Stock Exchange of India. He was involved assisting in designing and developing a road map for Risk Management model for Futures and Options commodity market. He is currently associated with one of the leading investment banks and is heading a team of risk quantitative analysts within capital markets division. He has more than 4 years of capital market experience dealing with derivatives and global assets and is currently on the board of trustee of Association of Technical Market Analysts (ATMA. India).

He completed his Masters of Management Studies from Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research and Bachelor of Engineering from Mumbai. He has already cleared all 3 levels of Chartered Market Technician from Market Technicians Association. He has written for “Technically Speaking” (MTA Newsletter USA) and has written extensively on global assets including metals, alternative rnergy, agro commodities and bonds. Ashish is also involved in training and has been invited as a guest speaker at a host of colleges in Mumbai to spread awareness and importance of Technical Analysis. He uses Elliott and time cycles.

WAVES.GOLD is a perspective product published weekly. The report highlights GOLD and other precious and base metals. The product highlights Primary (Multi Month) and Intermediate (Multi Week) price trends. The report illustrates key price levels, price targets, price projections and time turn windows. The product uses Elliott waves, traditional technical analysis tools, sentiment indicators and other alternative research tools like INTERMARKET to spot outperformers.

Performance cycles is a term coined by Orpheus Capitals. This is another name for time triads, time arbitrage, time fractals but expressed in terms of relative performance. It’s a bounded oscillator that moves in a range say from 1 to 30. 1 is top relative performance and 30 is worst performance. The idea is that performance is cyclical. A top performer will underperform in future and vice versa. A top relative performer is also the worst value pick and the top relative underperformer is the best value pick.





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