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Technical Indicators Explained (Part 1)


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FOUNDATION CLASSROOM SERIES: Technical Indicators Explained (Part 1)

Technical indicators were invented to quantify what is happening to price. Technical indicators are majorly used by technical analysts to enhance their technical analysis observation which may include trend movements’ alerts, price volatility confirmation and event predicting price actions such as buy or sell signal formation.

It is no surprise that technical indicators are often used as a secondary measurement to analyze actual price movements as well as another layer information to the analysis of a financial instrument, which may help traders improve their execution methodology.

There are two types of technical indicators: the leading type and the lagging type. A leading indicator precedes price movements, giving them a predictive quality, while a lagging indicator is a confirmation tool because it follows price movement. A leading indicator is thought to be the strongest during periods of sideways or non-trending trading ranges, while the lagging indicators are still useful during trending periods.

On the surface, it may seem like the leading type is favorable compared to the lagging type, but is that really true in the realm of technical analysis? Strengthen your knowledge in technical analysis indicators. Join this class now!


(a) The construction of technical indicators.

(b) Types of technical indicators.

(c) The difference between leading and lagging indicators.

(d) The benefits of leading and lagging indicators.

(e) Mistakes traders make when trying to understand technical indicators.


(a) Market Outlook for FCPO, FKLI and Foreign Markets (i.e. Crude Oil, DJIA etc)

(b) Interactive Quiz


Teh Yeon Sziang

Teh Yeon Sziang of V Solve Sdn Bhd

Teh Yeon Sziang graduated from UKM in 2004 with a B.Sc in Actuarial Science. He co-founds and runs V Solve Sdn Bhd, a company that uses its own using proprietary trading indicators to help retail traders in strategizing, optimizing and re-aligning the performance effectiveness of their investment portfolio against the market performance over the mid- to long-term. V Solve's holistic approach to portfolio building is evident as its year-on-year results speak for themselves.

Event Details

Date 13 July 2013 (Saturday)
Time 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Venue Oriental Pacific Futures Sdn Bhd
Suite 21-5, Level 21, Wisma UOA II
Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Program Details

9:30 am Door opens.
10:00 am Class starts.
12:00 pm Class ends. Quiz/Q & A sessions.

Admission Fee

This class is open to the general public who are interested in futures trading and the admission is free, however seats are confirmed on a first-come first-serve basis to pre-registered participants. Due to space limitations, we have the right to deny walk-in participants.

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