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Jay is V-P at Dorsey, Wright & Associates (DWA), he joined the Company in 2005. Since 1987, DWA as been a leading advisor to Wall Street, investment managers, and investors worldwide, and controls about $3 billion in assets under management through various sub-advisory and licensing agreements. Jay conducts research and analysis of global markets and counsels clients on various trading strategies, with a particular focus on equities and exchange traded funds as well as Tactical Asset Allocation. He also conducts regular training sessions on the Point and Figure methodology across the United States and around the world.

The S-Curve, Relative Strength, and Global Strategies

Posted: 22 June, 2013 Subjects: Relative_Strength ETFs
Source: C2013 Available to: Members

The global investing landscape is changing faster than ever before, making a systematic and disciplined investment approach more necessary than ever. Everyone and everything is an S-Curve in life. Just as the seasons change from spring to summer to fall and then winter, the growth trajectory of a country, or a stock, can be plotted on an S-Curve. Combining the fundamental S-Curve factor with proven relative strength tools from Dorsey, Wright & Associates (DWA), provides the framework for a global investment strategy. Jay will discuss the relative strength strategies that have led to the out-performance of the DWA Technical Leaders ETFs which now currently have over $1.4 billion in assets.

Understanding Point & Figure Charts to Identify Opportunities

Posted: 21 June, 2013 Subjects: Point&Figure
Source: C2013 Available to: Members

Borrowing the phrase from American baseball legend Yogi Berra, “You can observe a lot just by watching”, Dorsey, Wright & Associates’ extensive Point & Figure database allows us to efficiently observe important asset class, sector and individual stock trends across the globe. Learn how to read Point & Figure charts, create relative strength relationships, and construct portfolio strategies to identify strength and weakness in the global markets. Understanding these powerful tools will transform the way you think about the markets and elevate the way you invest.