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Event Registration - How Fundamentally Minded Investors Use Technical Analysis Today
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
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How Fundamentally Minded Investors Use Technical Analysis Today
Despite strongly believing in both, David Lundgren, CMT, CFA has built a career in technical analysis rather than fundamental analysis. In this presentation, Dave will highlight some of the underappreciated historical links between fundamental and technical analysis. For example, Charles H. Dow, a devout fundamental investor at the turn of the twentieth century, discovered the merit of listening to the market. His writings examined how:
The market discounts all that is known about securities and markets
Securities prices trend in the direction of underlying fundamentals
Short-term trends are noise, long-term trends are signal
Understanding that the market is efficient, but also trends, confirms how technical analysis can help investors uncover attractive investment opportunities. Dave will share some insight around the objectives of trend following investment strategies including how to identify, engage, and stay in trending securities by utilizing the tools of technical analysis. Leading, coincident, and lagging indicators of trend change as well as Relative Strength will give the audience a clear perspective on how they might incorporate technical analysis into their own investment process.
Dave Lundgren, CMT, CFA
is a Managing Director and Director of Technical Research at Wellington Management. As a technical analyst, David monitors global equities and equity indices, as well as fixed income, currency, and commodity markets. Prior to joining Wellington Management in 2007, David owned and operated Breakaway Research, Inc., an independent research firm which he launched in 2004. Prior to launching Breakaway, David was a founding partner and senior Technical Analyst at Lyceum Capital Partners (2002 – 2004), a global equity hedge fund. Prior to that, he was a technical analyst at Fidelity Investments (1999 – 2002). In addition, David was a senior technical analyst at Thomson Global Markets, and proprietor of Lundgren Financial Services. David also presently teaches a graduate level Technical Analysis course at Brandeis International Business School, in Waltham, Ma. David is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and a member of the CFA Institute. He graduated with high honors from Babson College (1988), with a degree in finance and investments.
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