Have you ever wondered as you are planning a new investment or reviewing your portfolio what advice an expert technical analyst would give you?
How many times have you been on the verge of establishing a new position but then at the last moment decide not to – only to have the stock or ETF rally sharply.
Do you have the confidence to admit when you are in a losing trade or investment? Though taking losses is always difficult, letting a small loser turn into a big one can often be a disaster for your portfolio.
If you could have an expert looking over your shoulder and sharing his objective analysis of your plan, what would it be worth?
Some of you be one of the 2.2 million who have read Tom Aspray’ s articles on Forbes. In many of these articles Tom shares his unique outlook on the market as well as his analysis of individual sectors or stocks.
Since the spring of 2009 Tom has maintained a bullish long term outlook for the stock market even though he has frequently alerted his readers to corrections along the way. His objective analysis focuses not only on the market risk but also on the risk of any stock or ETF.
When the market often looked the worst during this bull market such as in September 2010, October 2011 and December 2012 he has been one of the few that has identified these declines as excellent buying opportunities.
Tom has gained the respect of other leading technical analysts over the years even though he has avoided seeking the limelight.
Here is what world-renowned technical analysts have to say about Tom.
“I consider Tom Aspray to be an excellent technical analyst. His mastery of the four asset classes — bonds, stocks, commodities, and currencies — is also a big plus. I have always read his work with great interest and respect.” – John Murphy stockcharts.com
“I have known Tom for nearly 20-years when we first toured Australia and Singapore together. Having listened to several of his presentations and read a lot of his analysis I never fail to be impressed by his objectivity, a quality that no technician can afford to be without. Tom is a master of his craft.” – Martin Pring
Tom Aspray has been in the technical analysis community since the beginning of personal computers (1980) being used to chart and analyze markets. Not only has he spent years doing technical research but has published numerous articles, newsletters, etc. portraying his significant contributions to this field. – Greg Morris, Chief Technical Analyst of Stadion Money Management.
“A true student of the markets.” Tom was a featured speaker with Dow Jones/Telerate/CompuTrac and traveled worldwide giving presentations to professional traders for many years. His presentations were of the highest quality and integrity. Attendees ranked his presentation, skills and techniques as superior. – Timothy Slater (Wikipedia: Timothy Slater Computrac)
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