Naohiko Miyata, CFTe
Chief Technical Analyst | Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities
Naohiko Miyata is Chief Technical Analyst at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities. He provides TA-based market analysis to institutional investors in Japan and overseas. He is widely recognized as a leading practitioner of the Elliott Wave Principle and known to be one of the best “Elliotticians” in Japan. His market analysis and comments are frequently cited in the financial press and are closely followed by institutional as well as individual investors. He is also a CFTe holder.
He made a presentation at the 2011 IFTA conference in Sarajevo, where he accurately predicted the end of the 40-year-long trend of Japanese yen appreciation. His book titled “Nihonkabu Super Cycle Toushi (Invest in Japanese Stocks for the Super Cycle)” received high acclaim in 2014. This will be his third appearance at the IFTA annual conference since the 2015 conference held in Tokyo.
Presentation Topic : Application of the Elliott Wave analysis to the Japan and Asian markets.
As the Elliott Wave suggested many years ago, Japan has finally been poised to escape from the deflation that has lasted for more than two decades, and is paving the way to regain its brilliance in the global economy as well. I will be sharing my Elliott Wave-based outlook on the major stock indices and currencies in the Japanese and other Asian markets.