Join Fidelity and the Market Technicians Association in New York on April 7 as we partner for a discussion on new ideas in technical analysis

Register now to attend this exclusive event on April 7,

11:00 am - 1:15 pm ET, and get actionable insights on how changing demographic trends may impact U.S. equity markets and your portfolio.

Event Overview

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Fidelity Investments and the Market Technicians Association are hosting an exclusive keynote panel discussion on Friday, April 7, 2017 as part of the MTA’s 44th Annual Symposium. The panelists will address these key questions:


• How will the millennial demographic boom impact the broad economy through consumption and production?
• Are there echoes of the baby boom generation that we can learn from as this story unfolds?
• What are the impacts on equity markets as millennials gain an investing capacity?
• How can technical analysis improve investors’ capacity to assess risk reward opportunities in rapidly changing markets?


When:
Friday, April 7, 2017
11:00 am    Registration and lunch
12:00 pm    Panel discussion and moderated Q & A
1:15   pm    Coffee and networking reception


Where:
Convene Convention Center
32 Old Slip
New York, NY 10005

Panelists

Ralph AcamporaRalph Acampora, CMT
Director Technical Analysis, Altaira Ltd.
Biography




Dan Wantrobski Dan Wantrobski, CMT
Chief Technical Strategist, New Albion Partners
Biography




Katie StocktonKatie Stockton, CMT
Chief Technical Strategist, BTIG
Biography




Larry BermanLarry M. Berman, CMT, CTA, CFA
Co-Founder of ETF Capital Mgt and The Independent Investor Institute
Biography




Moderator

John GagliardJohn Gagliardi, CMT
VP, Regional Brokerage Consultant, Fidelity Investments
Biography

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