CLARIFYING THE BENEFITS OF TA.

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Basic Assumptions of Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis consists of a number of Methods used for evaluating all marketable Products.

The Market Discounts Everything

Technical Analysis assumes that, at any given time, the market price of any Underlying -the Currency / the Stock or the Commodity- reflects everything that has or could affect it, includin

The LSTA aims to group the largest number of financial investors in a community where investments ideas and related subjects could be exchanged, analyzed or even debated by the members during events gatherings and or other social media communications means.

The most efficient financial investments decisions rely mostly on Fundamental and Technical Analysis. Such methods complete each other by giving a wider and clearer image on steps to follow. These methods could be compared to two customers in a mall.

Your passion in technical analysis and financial investments are the only door to access our LSTA closed circle. If you are a professional in the field of investments or a student seeking to develop yourskills and career prospects or any person with interest in the field of investments.

About us

The Lebanese Society of Technical Analysts – LSTA , is dedicated to promote in the local market, the efficient methods of chart analysis and help institutional and private investors to sharpen their financial investments decisions for a better performance and calculated risks.

Marguerite Choueiry Bazerli

LSTA President -CA Indosuez Switzerland (Lebanon) sal

Gregoire Azar

LSTA Honorary President

Eduardo Fakhoury

LSTA Vice President-CFI

Imad Bitar

LSTA Treasurer- BOB

Mohammad Abou El Hassan

LSTA Education Committee Member - Bank Med

Ali Chehade

LSTA IT Committee Member -CFI

Wael Makarem

LSTA Social Media & Research committee Member-ICM Capital

Wael Amhaz

LSTA International Liaison Committee Member-BLF

Gillard Bou Zeid

LSTA IFTA liaison committee Member-Credit Libanais

Assadour Khabayan

LSTA member-Founder of Legendary Trades

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