(EnergyAsia, April 30, Thursday) — The Oxford Princeton Programme’s ‘Fundamentals of Technical Analysis’ workshop will be held in Singapore on June 17 and 18.

The workshop aims to provide an understanding of technical analysis and how to use it. A trading simulation will allow delegates to make trading decisions based on the indicators.

‘Fundamentals of Technical Analysis’ provides an opportunity for participants to understand the methods of key market players as well as improve their trading skills. The workshop deals with the different energy commodities and is recommended for operations staff, quantitative analysts, programmers, marketing and sales executives and traders to senior management.

Topics covered include technical analysis, trading discipline, managing risk and coordinating with fundamental analysis, trend lines, Japanese Candlesticks, support and resistance and retracement levels, characteristics of the Elliot Wave Theory and Gann, calculating and using moving averages and MACD, DMIs parabolics, stochastics, RSIs, momentum, MarketProfile and Bollinger Bands, hedging and speculating with technical analysis and mechanical trading system development.

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