Blog/World Economic Conference
Posted Apr 29, 2016 by Martin Armstrong
We will be hosting two back-to-back conferences with a day of technical analysis in between. This year’s events will be a combination of training courses and forecasting. We will review world share markets, currencies, bonds, commodities, as well as the reversals and timing for each market. We will discuss how to use the timing arrays and reversals as well as our risk models, which provide an idea for trading options.
All attendees will receive a proprietary tablet to take home.
We will not be doing an introduction to the models this year. Prior to the conference, we will provide the first day of the 2015 Berlin Conference in video format for attendees to review in advance. This will allow our time to be spent exclusively forecasting world markets to demonstrate how everything is connected and interdependent.
This year, we will show you how to simply step in and out of markets in an orderly fashion while allowing the market to be your guide. Eliminating personal opinion is the ultimate goal to be a successful trader for the markets themselves are never wrong. This conference is designed to help you become a professional investor and beat the odds that most people lose because they cannot escape their emotions that are fueled by the sophistry of the moment. Looking at the world collectively will enable you to see the trend as it emerges and acquire the confidence to actually trade. Confidence is the key. Once you can see how the world functions, you can survive the turmoil that lies ahead. Without that understanding, you will not attain the level of confidence necessary to survive the future.
Institutional World Economic Conference — Thursday, November 10, 2016
The first day (Thursday, Nov. 10) will begin our Institutional World Economic Conference that will focus on global correlations, currency-based asset allocations and international indices. This session will be separate so we can deal with issues for global portfolios and how to strategically survive the interest rate crisis and the under-funding nightmare for pension funds. How will insurance companies cope with claims cross currency? These and other professional questions will be addressed. There will also be an Institutional dinner on Thursday night for those attending the Institutional WEC.
Technical Analysis Seminar — Friday, November 11, 2016
The second day of the event (Friday, Nov. 11) will be dedicated to our Technical Analysis Training Course. This will be a key training course where you will learn how to identify trends, chart trends, and analyze channel analysis. Institutional clients may choose to attend one or both days of the session (see below for more information). We will be using the Socrates platform to conduct this session so you can see technical analysis in its true form – mathematics. Instead of guessing where support and resistance rests, we will be demonstrating the difference precision analysis makes to help you see the trend at a glance.
2016 World Economic Conference — Saturday and Sunday, November 12-13, 2016
The general 2016 World Economic Conference will begin on Saturday, Nov. 11, and will feature an introductory workshop that will discuss how to trade markets. The first day of the 2016 WEC will be a workshop on using Reversals and Array Analysis through Socrates. Once you understand the basic model, you can apply the same system to any market in the world. We will also be reviewing the Global Market Watch and how that provides yet another layer of analysis by employing pattern recognition. The exciting introduction of this system establishes that all markets trade by creating the same patterns be it stocks, bonds, commodities, or general data trends.
The second day of the 2016 World Economic Conference will focus only on forecasting world share markets, currencies, fixed-income and commodities based on individual markets. We will be reviewing each of the main markets and will go over the reversals and timing arrays. In this manner, you can see the entire world and how everything is connected. There will not be a historical introduction this year, instead, we will provide attendees with a video to watch prior to the conference so that we don’t waste the time of past attendees.
On Saturday night, we will host our famous World Economic Conference cocktail party for 2016 World Economic Conference attendees, which has been touted as the international event for networking.
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Thursday, November 10, 2016: Institutional World Economic Conference with Martin Armstrong
Friday, November 11, 2016: Technical Analysis Seminar with Martin Armstrong
Saturday, November 12, 2016: Introductory Workshop & Socrates Training hosted by Erwin Pletsch
Sunday, November 13, 2016: Market Forecasting with Martin Armstrong
Pricing and Packages:
- Institutional World Economic Conference (Nov. 10) and Technical Analysis Seminar (Nov. 11): $5500
- Institutional World Economic Conference Only (Nov. 10): $4000
- Technical Analysis Seminar Only (Nov. 11): $2000
- Technical Analysis Seminar (Nov. 11) & World Economic Conference (Nov. 12-13): $4000
- World Economic Conference (Nov. 12-13): $2500
Ticket prices include breakfast, lunch, pre-conference materials, a proprietary tablet, and a collector’s mug.
Location: The Hilton Bonnet Creek in Orlando, Florida
Please note that you are responsible for booking your hotel accommodations. Upon completing your purchase, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing a group discount code for the Hilton Bonnet Creek.
Institutional World Economic Conference with Martin Armstrong (Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
- The Institutional World Economic Conference will center on timed, global investment currency allocation.
- The conference will include projections for world share markets, currencies, as well as the fixed-income and commodities markets.
- Dinner with Martin Armstrong (time TBA)
Technical Analysis Seminar with Martin Armstrong (Friday, Nov. 11, 2016, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
- Learn how to identifying trends, chart trend lines, and analyze channels.
- This seminar will also provide an advanced analysis of the arrays.
World Economic Conference (Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 12-13, 2016)
Day 1: Introductory Workshop & Socrates Training hosted by Erwin Pletsch (time TBA)
- Learn how to use the forecast arrays, reversal system, Global Market Watch, and indicating ranges.
- This session will provide an overview of Socrates, including how to navigate and trade with Socrates.
- Cocktail reception (time TBA)
Day 2: Market Forecasting with Martin Armstrong (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
- In this session, Martin Armstrong will forecast the world share markets, currencies, fixed-income and commodities based on individual markets.