Technical Analysis Consultancy
by BC Low

Advance Technical Analysis Course On DMI Clusters

Outline

Half day seminar on an Original technique from BC Low that re-creates and re-interprets DIRECTIONAL MOVEMENT INDEX with astonishing results!
 

For Whom

Those who have completed ITA Foundation Course or who have some years experience using technical analysis.
 

Course Content

DMI is a very popular indicator that is widely used by traders and technical analysts. BC Low created DMI Clusters by taking the three main components of DMI and creating 3 clusters with them. The main DMI components of ADX, +DI  and -DI are re-engineered into 3 Clusters to produce 3 important signals for the trader.

The first cluster is used to signal the start of a strong trending move shortly beforeit actually begins. This signal is unique and a very valuable help to traders. This cluster is also used to signal the end of a trending move or the start of a retracement move, which have important implications for existing positions in the market.

The second cluster signals the timing of the bottom of a trending move, and hence the timing of a buy signal. This cluster can be used  with other timing tools to create a clear buy signal.

The third cluster signals the timing of the top of an uptrend, and hence the timing of a sell signal. This cluster can also be used  with other timing tools to create a clearer sell signal.
 

Outcome

Taken together, the three DMI Clusters provide 3 important signals for the trader – the start and end of a trending move; and the timing of a possible market bottom; and the timing of a possible market top. All are obviously valuable signals for traders.
 

Course Delivery

 Half day seminar
Extensive use of charts examples.
Review the techniques learnt with current charts after each topic.
 

Tentative Seminar Date

 Late February 2013
 

Course Fee

On request
 

Inhouse Programme

This course can also be delivered on an in-company basis for employees of a single company.
 

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