Martin Pring’s Special K
Take advantage of Martin Pring's time-tested method for identifying emerging sectors in the market cycle.
Martin Pring's Special K combines short, intermediate and long-term time frames into one series, and often peaks and troughs with actual bull and bear market turning points. It can be used in many ways. The two most important are:
- Identify primary trend reversals at a relatively early stage
- Using short-term changes in direction of this unique indicator to spot 1 to 6-week buying and shorting opportunities
This add-on includes all the following:
- 9 indicators
- 3 Explorations
- 3 Expert Advisors
- 5 Templates
- 37 Layouts
- Comprehensive Training Videos
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About Martin Pring
Martin J. Pring founded Pring Research in 1981 and began providing research for financial institutions and individual investors around the world. Since 1984, he has published the "Intermarket Review", a monthly market letter offering a long-term synopsis of the world's major financial markets. He is also chairman of Pring Turner Capital Group, a money management firm, and president of pring.com, an educational technically oriented web site.
Mr. Pring is the author of several outstanding books including, the classic Technical Analysis Explained, now in its fourth edition and eighth language. It is used by international technical societies and many universities for training and is one of the two main books for Levels 1 and 2 CMT certification for the Market Technicians Association. Additionally, it has become the text on which other works in the field have been based.
Recognized by his peers as a technical leader and innovator, Mr. Pring was awarded the A.J. Frost Memorial Award by the Canadian Technical Analysts Society in 2000. In 2004, Mr. Pring was honored with the Market Technician's Association (MTA) Annual Award. In 2007 he received the Trader's Library Hall of Fame award. He is also an honorary member of the Swiss Technical Society. Described by Barron's as a "technician's technician", Mr. Pring's articles have been featured in Barron's, and he has been quoted in The Wall St. Journal,Financial Times International Herald Tribune, The New York Post andLos Angeles Times newspapers as well as the National Review.
He is also a regular contributor to CNBC India. In 1997 Worth Magazine selected his Investment Psychology Explained as one of the fifteen best investment books of the last 150-years. He enjoys mentoring students of technical analysis from the college level to professionals already in the field, sharing the wealth of knowledge he has gained through his own experience and research. In this regard, he has spoken on technical analysis to the Darden Business School, SDA Boconni, Golden Gate University, Harvard Medical School and University of Richmond, VA.