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Puget Sound Chapter Meeting

April 25, 2013 @ 11:00 PM – April 26, 2013 @ 1:00 AM GMT0
Seattle PI Building; First Floor Conference Room
101 Elliott Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119
Free for Members & Non-members
Tom McClellan

Topic: The AB=CD/Gartley Pattern

Learn the history and structure of this classic trading pattern.  Learn when to use this pattern in a trading range, and when when to use in a trend.  This pattern forms in all markets and time frames.

  • You will learn the history of this pattern, and how to identify the structure of the pattern that includes basic Fibonacci ratios.
  • Learn warning signs that may signal a shift in the market momentum.
  • Learn important variations of this pattern.

The meeting will start promptly at 7 PM.  We will be meeting in the Ameriprise conference room, on the first floor of the old Seattle PI building, 101 Elliott Ave. West, Seattle 98119.  The cost is $10, which includes refreshments.  At that time of evening, there is generally plenty of on-street parking available.  Parking is not available in the building’s garage.

For now, these meetings are open to anyone with an interest in technical analysis and in our group, especially those who may be interested in being part of the Market Technicians Association.  Please help us grow our group by telling friends who may be appropriate.

Please RSVP for the April 25 meeting by replying to this message if you are coming.  This is for headcount purposes, to make sure that we have enough refreshments and a meeting room capable of holding the expected crowd.

Upcoming meetings:

May 23, 7 PM
Speaker: Paul Merriman
Topic: My 30 year affair with market timing:  The good, the bad and the ugly

June 20, 7 PM
Speaker: TBA



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