Larry Lovrencic GDipAppFin (FINSIA), Dip TA (ATAA), AMT, CFTe, SF Fin
Larry Lovrencic is a trader, a teacher, an author, an international speaker and has appeared several times on television as a guest on the Your Money, Your Call program on the Sky News Business Channel.
He is a resident contributor to the ForexTrading.TV FX online FX news channel, which is based in London.
He is a Life Member, a former member of the Board of Directors and a former National Vice President of the Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA). Larry is an Affiliate Member of the Market Technicians Association (MTA), which is based in New York, and is also a founding member and a Vice President of the Australian Professional Technical Analysts (APTA) Inc.
He has more than 20 years experience trading financial markets and more than 15 years experience in teaching Technical Analysis. Larry is a qualified educator, holding the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40110.
Larry is also an Executive Director of First Pacific Securities which provides financial markets research and educational services to participants in the financial services industry. For a number of years he was the editor of the Institutional FX and Institutional Equities publications.
Larry holds the Diploma in Technical Analysis awarded by the Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA) and has also been awarded the designation of Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) by the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA).
Larry is a Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA), holds the Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment, chairs the Advisory Committee for the 9063 (formerly E171) Specialised Techniques in Technical Analysis subject offered by Kaplan Higher Education (Australia), lectures for and chairs the Fin231 Technical Analysis subject offered by Kaplan and regularly presents Technical Analysis seminars to members of the financial services industry in South East Asia.
He was a member of the Board of Directors of the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) for 9 years, was the Chair of IFTA's Accreditation Committee, Chair of IFTA's Membership Committee and Vice-Chair of IFTA’s Education and Body of Knowledge Committees. Larry is also the co-author of IFTA's Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) Level 1 examinations.
Larry is also the co-author of three books - FX Trading: A Guide to Trading Foreign Exchange, Charting for Dummies and FX Trading : An Australian Guide to Trading Foreign Exchange.
What Is Ichimoku Kink Hyo?
The Ichimoku Kinko Hyo or 'equilibrium at a glance' chart highlights higher probability trades in Securities markets. It is relatively new to Western Technical Analysis, but it's popularity has been increasing amongst financial markets traders.
Ichimoku charts applies a series of indicators on one chart, allowing traders to assess price action in three time frames - long, medium and short. This style of analysis enables the trader to see the 'whole' picture for any particular security.
A basic understanding of the components that make up the Ichimoku chart is essential to effectively applying this trading method. The method was developed in the 1920's and released to the public in 1968 by Tokyo financial journalist, Goichi Hosoda. It is believed that he employed more than 10,000 university students to backtest the indicators which came to make up the Ichimoku trading method.
Ichimoku charts is commonly used by many Japanese trading rooms because it offers multiple assessments of price action in many time frames and suggests trades with higher or lower probability for success. Traders new to the method may be confused by the 'busy looking' Ichimoku charts but a basic understanding of the indicators reveals a method which is quite simple in it's application.
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