Hiwon Yoon, PH.D
President, | CMD Laboratory Inc, Japan
Mr. Yoon has a Ph.D in mechanical engineering from Keio University in Japan. In 1989, he received his M.S. in hydro-dynamics from Keio University in Japan. Since 2007, he has been president of CMD Laboratory Inc. He manages the firm and creates models for financial markets. From 2000 to 2007, he was a director of CMD Research Ltd., where he managed the firm and analyzed financial markets. From 1996 to 1998, he was a trader of Japanese stock for Salomon Smith Barney (Japan), where he traded a portfolio of Japanese stock and derivatives. From 1993 to 1996, he worked in sales of Asian stocks for Salomon Brothers Asia Ltd (Japan), marketing Asian products, such as stocks and derivatives. From 1992 to 1993, Mr. Yoon was a trader of Asian stocks for Salomon Brothers Hong Kong Ltd (Hong Kong). In this position, he managed arbitrage positions for Asian stocks and derivatives. From 1989 to 1991, he was a trader of Japanese stock for Salomon Brothers Asia Ltd (Japan), where he traded Japanese stock and derivatives. His subject area are Technical analysis of the Bitcoin, AI and FinTech and Algorithmic trading. Publications, Presentations, Patents: J. Masukawa, T. Mizuno, J. Murai, H. Yoon. Econophysics for Stock Price Movements, Baifukan Co.Ltd., 2011. T. Tanaka, T. Kikuchi, H. Yoon, R. Minami. The Methodology of Order Book Analysis, Japanese Patent 2013041422, 2013. 2
Presentation Topic : What is the difference between the Bitcoin market and the Financial markets in technical analysis ?
The crypto-currency has been emerging for last 2 years. It is not merely a fashion, but it seems to be a paradigm shift of the financial system to a new stage. The most promising possibility that forms the backbone of the new financial system should be Bitcoin. When we observe Bitcoin market, the price fluctuation of Bitcoin has the quite different characteristic from rest of the financial markets. In this presentation, we would explain the characteristics unique to Bitcoin by technical analysis.
Conference, 26 Oct 2018, Friday, 17.15 p.m. – 17.45 p.m.