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The 2017 Behavioral Finance Symposium – Nov 3-4 at GGU

BehavioralFinance.com and the CMT Association bring you the 2017 Behavioral Finance Symposium -- now a two-day event (Nov. 3-4). The Symposium is loaded with behavioral content and includes a special behavioral workshop this year by Steven Moffitt and Dave Keller designed specifically for technicians and traders.

This year, the Symposium becomes a national event and will feature five time best-selling author Leonard Mlodinow (for his book “Subliminal”), alongside an esteemed cast of behavioral finance experts including Penn State Finance Professor Greg Filbeck, Berkeley Economics Chair Shachar Kariv, and nationally recognized behavioral coach Saundra Davis. In addition, the event now includes interactive three-hour behavioral workshops on Friday for financial advisors, traders, and fintech pros along with a “meet the speakers” reception on Friday evening at Palomino’s.

You can register for the full-day Saturday Symposium and the Friday workshop together or either one separately. And if you cannot attend the Symposium, you can also register for access to the recorded version, which can be viewed online afterward.

This is a unique educational experience. No other behavioral event brings you this much behavioral content, or is crafted specifically for financial professionals. A brief tribute to Hank Pruden will be made at the event to honor his efforts in launching the original Symposium in 2013.

TSAASF members can use partner pricing as well. Use the discount code partner17 when registering.

Standard Price TSAASF Discount
Full Symposium, Trading Workshop, and Reception $445 $375
Symposium & reception only $375 $325
Workshop & reception only $145 $ 99

For event details and registration: Behavioral Finance Symposium 2017

TSAA Review - Summer 2017 Edition

A brief introduction of this edition:

We have a special contribution in this edition of the TSAASF Review from some promising students of finance, Ariyeh Schmeder, Jing Su, and Joseph Kwok. They have demonstrated their skills with analyzing AAPL using both Elliott Wave and Wyckoff Analyses. Their article is a fantastic read that reminds me of the days when I was a
student at Golden Gate University, taking the Wyckoff class there. It is simply titled: Comparison of Wyckoff and Elliott on AAPL.

Professor Hank Pruden, our chairman, has graciously contributed two articles and a book review for our reading pleasure. Hank has been a solid pillar of TSAASF over the years and we are very grateful for his contributions. The articles he provided are: People Talked About Richard D. Wyckoff, and System States of Pedagogy and the Action Sequence Method. The book review is on Robert R. Prechter’s, The Socionomic Theory of Finance. This is exciting for those of us who know something about Elliott Wave Theory as Robert Prechter was the one who wrote the famous book, The Elliott Wave Principle.

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  • Featured Article: Comparison of Wyckoff and Elliott on AAPL — By Ariyeh Schmeder, Jing Su,
    and Joseph Kwok
  • Featured Article: System States of Pedagogy and the Action Sequence Method — By Hank Pruden
  • Featured Article: Wyckoff Power Charting: Zim’s Group — By Bruce Fraser
  • TMA History: People Talked About Richard D. Wyckoff
  • Featured Article: From the Pivotal Perspective — By Jonathan Ravel
  • Chart Quiz: The Stock Market Update — By David H. Weis
  • Book Review: The Socionomic Theory of Finance — Hank Pruden reviews Robert Prechter
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