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TSAA-SF Annual Conference 

Saturday, August 25 2018


Thank you for making our 2018 annual conference a great success. Pictures from the event are coming soon!


We look forward to seeing you at our 2019 conference! 


 

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  • "Join the Quest for the Composite Man", Dr. Hank Pruden's article in the 2016 Swiss Technical Analysis Journal
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  • Articles and Presentations with contributors Charles Bassetti, Roman Bogomazov, Brad Brenneise, Jim Forte, Hank Pruden, Brent Leonard and more...
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2017 TSAA Summer Review


Available on the Newsletters page


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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