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April, 2024

Monday
8
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This workshop is designed for ATAA members and visitors who are already using RealTest software and wish to join a workshop group to build knowledge and share experiences.
Thursday
11
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Presentations by Jim Haralambidis - “Discretionary Trading: Can it improve performance in Mean Reversion?” and Alan Clement - “The Art and Science of Trading: Crafting a Personalised Strategy Tailored to Your Objectives”
Saturday
13
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Money Management and Stop-Losses – a video by Colin Nicholson
Saturday
13
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Guest speaker - Colin Simpson / Forecast for Trading in 2024 / Introduction to CFD‘s / Can you Trade CFD‘s etc as part of your Super Fund?
Saturday
13
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Free MetaStock Webinar - Using the HAGURO Method and Basic Charting Techniques Presented by Gary Burton
Monday
15
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Market analysis with Mary McNamara & Is trading gambling? by Angela Osmond.
Tuesday
16
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The Society of Technical Analysts of New Zealand (STANZ) proudly invites ATAA members to an event that promises to be engaging and interactive.
Tuesday
16
Eastlake Football Club
6:00 PM
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‘This is how I Trade’ - Four Presentations by Four Canberra Members
Wednesday
17
Education Development Centre, Ground Floor (Room G.11B)
7:00 PM
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Jim Haralambidis, the current National President of the ATAA, will give an overview of the ATAA, concentrating on recent developments and future
directions.
This will be followed by some of Jim’s own work on mean reversion trading, discussing aspects that Jim has explored over the past few years.
Finally, he will discuss the “Trader’s Edge”, both in life and in trading. This will draw on the bestselling book “Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman.
Thursday
18
St. Catherine’s College
(corner of Stirling Highway and Winthrop Avenue)
6:15 PM
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Do experienced traders have an edge? Lessons from Daniel Kahneman’s book
“Thinking, Fast and Slow” presented by Jim Haralambidis.
Monday
22
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