We are Technical Analysts. Our job is to translate the message being conveyed by the price action into meaningful and timely advice for clients. This message is not open to interpretation; opinions play no part in our analysis. And we do not hesitate to dispense advice counter to popular opinion. We are not out to win a popularity contest. What you get is an unbiased market assessment from the price action itself. We are merely spokespeople.


Fundamental Analysis is an essential tool. But it is not a suitable tool for managing price risk or executing a trading program. Fundamental Analysis yields neither timing indicators nor price targets. The timing of entry and exit points and the accurate extrapolation of price targets are critical factors in the success of any hedging or trading program. Timing and targeting are the specialties of Technical Analysis. They are the focus of our work.


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Interactive Webcast Services

Every week day afternoon we offer an interactive webcast for clients dissecting the day’s price action and looking ahead to the next trading day, week or month. Subscribers to this service are free to join our live broadcast or access a recording of the live broadcast at their convenience.

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Chart Blog

The Chart Blog section of this website offers very brief snit bits of our work here at ICAP-TA. The focus is generally centered on one market or one idea. These insights can be technical in nature, revolve around macro themes, fundamental data points or simply be food for thought.

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