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Canberra Chapter, Tue, 21 Nov 2017 at 5:15 pm for 5:30 pm

Canberra Chapter
Tue, 21 Nov 2017 05:15 PM
Ainslie Football & Social Club Ltd. - Ainslie Football & Social Club Ltd,52 Wakefield Avenue
Bruce Taylor - +614 1439 7918

5:30 pm The Great All Ordinaries Competition – Jurij Bondaruk

Last month’s winner announced, a look at the month ahead including an analysis of the market and your chance to put in your entries for next month. Prizes to be won each month.

5:40 pm ACT Members’ Share Portfolio – Jurij Bondaruk

How did the ACT Member’s Share Portfolio go this month? We track performance each month with prizes for best performance each month and overall performance at the end of the year. All members are encouraged to enter. Anyone who missed out last month can still join in at this meeting. There is also the chance to change stock picks at the meeting. This month will be a quick review followed by any changes to members' picks

  • Each member is to pick one share to contribute to the ACT Members’ Portfolio
  • Each member is to provide the reason for selecting their share for the portfolio
  • Beginners are welcome to come and learn stock selection and analysis techniques
  • Portfolio shares will be tracked and reviewed on a monthly basis using technical analysis.

 6:00 pm Notice of Annual General Meeting and Election of Councillors

The Annual General Meeting of the Canberra Chapter will be held at the November meeting at 6:00 pm on Tuesday 21st November 2017 at the Ainslie Football & Social Club Ltd, 52 Wakefield Avenue, Ainslie ACT. Nominations are sought for Councillors for the ACT Chapter. Nomination forms for the Chapter must be lodged with the ATAA Chapter Secretary by no later than the 7th November 2017 (14 days prior to AGM). Nomination forms can be downloaded from the members’ section of the ATAA website.

 6:15 pm Ranking stocks using chart indicator features – Robert Brain

Our guest speaker this month is Robert Brain, who will be presenting some new work – Ranking stocks using key chart indicator features.

Wouldn’t it be good if we could take a list of stocks (your own stock universe), and sort the list so that the strongest performing stocks (ie. the most bullish) are at the top of the list? And then invest in those strongest stocks in anticipation of the best price performance? We could also note the stocks with a low score near the bottom of the list and avoid them (or remove them from our portfolio).

Many people are familiar with the teachings of Stan Weinstein from his book “Secrets for Profiting in Bull and Bear Markets”. Stan talks about several things, including the importance of the 30 week Moving Average (MA), and noting whether the share price is above or below the MA, and whether the MA is rising or falling. There are many indicator observations like this which we could use to easily identify bullish (or bearish) stocks. But what are they? And how can we use them? Should we use daily charts or weekly? Does this take long to do? Can it be automated?

In this session Robert will describe many technical analysis indicator observations, and a way to attach a useful score value to them, and to subsequently rank a list of stocks by their degree of bullishness. The discussion will also cover the pitfalls to be aware of.

7:00 pm Tea/Coffee Break A chance for members to mingle and catch up with Robert and each other.

7:15 pm Ranking stocks using chart indicator features continued

 Additional Information

 Jurij Bondaruk is an investor and trader and is a local member of the Canberra Chapter of the ATAA. Jurij joined the ATAA in 1999 and has been Treasurer of the ACT Chapter since 2008. Jurij completed the ATAA Diploma in Technical Analysis in 2002 and was awarded the designation of Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) by the International Federation of Technical Analysts in 2006.


Robert Brain has many years of professional experience in both Engineering and IT and several years experience in the share market. A few years ago Robert decided to combine his then casual interest in the share market with his extensive experience as an educator to develop his web-based Share Market Toolbox business to help investors and traders to refine their own strategies, and learn about the strategies of others. Robert is a private trader and educator, an ATAA Councillor in the Melbourne Chapter, and a Director on the National ATAA Board. He also runs the Australian BullCharts User Group with monthly Melbourne meetings and online webinar meetings.


8:00 pm Meeting ends.

Post-Meeting Dinner in the Club restaurant for those members and guests who are able to stay on.

 Next Meeting Date: Tuesday, 12 Dec 2017

Next Meeting Venue: Ainslie Football & Social Club Ltd, 52 Wakefield Avenue, Ainslie ACT.

Next Meeting Speakers: Gabriel Spacca

Next Meeting Normally Held: Generally the third Tuesday of each Month


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  • Tue, 21 Nov 2017 05:15 PM

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