Ron William, CMT, MSTA
Founder and Principal Market Strategist | RW Market Advisory (RWA)
Ron William has nearly 20-years experience in the financial industry, working for leading economic research and institutional firms, producing macro research and trading strategies. He is also a board member of the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA), as part of their education committee team; Vice President & Head of the Geneva Chapter of the Swiss Association of Market Technicians (SAMT), and Honorary member of the Egyptian Society of Technical Analysts (ESTA); holding both the MSTA and CMT professional designations. He is also co-founder of the SAMT Journal and SAMT CFTe Immersion Course.
Previously, he was a senior Tactical & Market Timing Strategist at the ECU Group, a Global Macro Investment & Advisory Firm. He was part of the Multi-Asset Research & Advisory Team, headed by veteran technician Robin Griffiths; applying his signature “Roadmap” cycle model. His work, as part of his current institutional market advisory firm (RWA), acquired global industry recognition with the 2018 / 2016 / 2014 / 2013 Finalist Award for “Best Specialist Research”, “Best Independent Research House for FX”and 2012 Finalist Award for “Best Technical Analyst of the year”. His market insights are featured regularly across notable industry publications and financial media programs which most recently featuring Bitcoin-Digital Asset Paradigm, The 2018 Flash-Crash & Bond yield spike risk.
Presentation Topic : Markets evolution and stability.
Markets change year after year due to increased activity and faster action related to computers. Some markets showed a stronger evolution while some others have been much more stable in general terms and trading approaches have not been significantly affected. Volatility can be a help or an obstacle in figuring out how to make profits, when markets go crazy do they go crazy always the same way? A journey into some instruments and an in depth picture on miniSP500 futures will put evidence on how evolution impacted on some trading models.