Remote Chapter, Thurs, 28 Jun 2018 at 8:00 pm AEST
June 2018 Meeting of the ATAA Remote Chapter
Remote Chapter Objectives
To provide regional and overseas members with the valuable resource and the networking of a chapter meeting.
Webinar (internet-based) Meetings:
- This Remote Chapter will operate similarly to other chapters although it is envisaged that most meetings will be online with the possibility of having an occasional face-face meeting if attendance warrants it.
- Although first preference will be given to regional members if numbers permit anyfinancial ATAA member will be welcome to attend.
- It is envisaged that meetings will be held on a monthly cycle.
- The meetings will be recorded and will be available for members to accessand review
How to communicate with the Remote Chapter:
Speaker: Jonathan Smadja
Jonathan Smadja is a French analyst and member of the French association of technical analysts (AFATE - Association Francaise des Analystes Techniques). He works as a consultant for companies and as a coach and mentor. Currently, Jonathan is providing all technical analysis on forex and indices for the French branch of CMC Markets. He is also in charge of the monthly webinar offered by CMC Markets to its French clients.Furthermore, Jonathan works as a consultant for AuCoffre.com, the largest European on-line company for gold trading, and is a columnist for the French versions of investing.com and 24gold.com. As an author, Jonathan has released an extensive course on technical analysis which includes more than 1100 pages and 600 minutes of video. Until he left France six months ago, with his Aussie wife and four children, he used to present a weekly analysis segment on TV Finance, a WebTV channel dedicated to finance professionals and traders. Finally, Jonathan has developed a game to learn chartism. It is called “TRADING Millionaire” and can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Google Play.
Ichimoku with a twist.
The Ichimoku Cloud, also known as Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, translates into “one look equilibrium chart”. It was created in the late ‘60s, by a Japanese journalist (not an economist or a trader). It is becoming very fashionable amongst Western traders, although it has been popular in Japan for quite a long time. The main advantage of this system is that it provides everything a technical analyst needs to analyse an asset and trade it, so it could potentially be the only tool one uses. Unfortunately, the way most people use it is completely wrong and misleading, and that is why it is still not as popular as it should be. In this presentation I will try to convince you that Ichimoku is probably one of the most effective systems at your disposal for analysing trend and trading.
Next Meeting Date: TBA
Next Meeting Venue: Online
Further Information: Darryl Nagel: +614 1233 3973
Next Meeting Speaker: TBA
- Thu, 28 Jun 2018 08:00 PM
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