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Martin Pring was described in Barron's as "a technicians technician." He is one of the most respected names in the field of forecasting financial markets. Through his company, The International Institute for Economic Research, he publishes The Intermarket Review, a monthly publication covering global financial markets, with special emphasis on the U.S. and international markets, precious metals, and currencies. The Intermarket Review is unique in that it integrates Martin's long-term technical approach, his KST system, and six-stage business cycle analysis in one publication. Martin is probably best known as author of the book, Technical Analysis Explained, "widely regarded as a standard work for this generation of chartists" (Forbes).

Here's one of Martin Pringk's recent presentations.

How to Use Short-Term Momentum to Profit from Long-Term Price Move


Expert: Martin Pringk
Type: PDF Workbook MP3 Audio
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 64 pages
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Martin Pring was described in Barron's as "a technicians' technician". He is one of the most respected names in the field of forecasting financial markets. Through his company, The International Institute for Economic Research, he publishes "The Intermarket Review", a monthly publication covering global financial markets with special emphasis on the U.S. and international markets, precious metals, and currencies. "The Intermarket Review" is unique in that it integrates Martin's long-term technical approach, his KST system, and six-stage business cycle analysis in one publication.

Martin is probably best known as author of the book "Technical Analysis Explained" . . . "widely regarded as a standard work for this generation of chartists" (Forbes). "Technical Analysis Explained" is used in several university courses in the United States and Asia. It is also a recommended work for the Market Technician's professional certification program (CMT). His other books include "The All-Season Investor", "Investment Psychology Explained", and his newest release, "Martin Pring on Market Momentum".

No stranger to the world of technology, Martin has published educational videos and CD-ROMs in conjunction with Equis International (MetaStockTM) and Telescan. His own "Learning the KST" is a tutorial for the indicator Martin developed for his own work. The KST is one of the major indicators he uses for forecasting. Martin has lectured on the economy, technical analysis, and global financial markets all over the world, and has been featured in articles in such trade publications as "Barron's", "The International Herald Tribune", "Futures" and "Stocks and Commodities".

In 1988, he helped form Pring-Turner Capital Group, an investment counseling firm dedicated to the principles of conservative asset allocation based on business cycle developments. Among his future plans are a fully interactive CD-ROM course on technical analysis (including scoring) and a full schedule of seminars and lectures. Short-term indicators are normally used to time near-term trading moves. However, you can also use them for identifying reversals in the primary trend. Using these short-term techniques allows you to learn about the change in primary trend ahead of other traders. More importantly, trading in the direction of the main trend leads to the best profits. Martin feels that positions made against the direction of the main trend invariably lead to losses. This presentation gives you some tips for recognizing these trend reversal signs, thereby gaining better insight into the prevailing trend.


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