Special Speakers Meeting: Basil Chapman

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What could be next for the stock market?
By Basil Chapman
With the huge rally since December 2018, and the recent consolidation unfolding in many areas as well as geopolitical uncertainty, what are the chances of all time highs in 2019? Technical analyst Basil Chapman will show key charts to forecast the most promising investments currently, and longer-term.
Basil will discuss
• Socio/economic/political trends affecting the market
• Charts of key indices and their component stocks using the ChapmanWave(CW) methodology and notation
• FANG, and FANG-type stocks, plus important stocks and sectors
• XLF-Financials, IAI-Broker/Dealer ETF, HACK-security ETF, others
• SMH-semiconductor ETF, Bitcoin and cannabis sector
• Dollar, gold, bonds as well as commodities
• Under the radar stocks
• Esoterics (skyscrapers et al), and take questions as they come up

Throughout this 10-year plus mega bull market consolidations have mostly rotational, where overbought sectors rested while weaker ones rallied. The November-December decline saw the majority of sectors came down in unsion. With the Dow, NYSE, and IWM (Rut2000) failing to make new highs will they get their turn in 2019? This has been the most unrecognized mega bull market in the media in many decades. Will this silence eventually turn into ebulliance? Basil will discuss all of the above in detail at the meeting, plus take your questions.

Basil Chapman authors The Opening Call, a daily comprehensive daily newsletter, and hosts The Tiger Technician's Hour, M-F noon-1pm on tfnn.com - Tiger Financial News Network - a call-in show [masked]). For several years, Basil has been our regular guest speaker. He frequently gives technical analysis classes and Webinars. His service is used by fund managers, hedge funds, and individual investors.

MIT Building E51 is located at 70 Memorial Drive, but the entrance is in back of the building at 2 Amherst St (put that in your GPS). The best parking is behind the building, and you may find parking on the street. Here is a map link: http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=E51

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PARKING: Note that the address for the Tang Center, MIT’s building E51, is 70 Memorial Drive, but the entrance is at 2 Amherst Street. You can park behind the building, or you may find street parking. See map: http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=E51