ATAA 2021 National Conference - Online
Elevate your performance to the next level
How would you like to learn practical trading ideas from industry leading professionals that you can take away and use to enhance your bottom line?
What if you could network online with the cream of independent traders and investors from across Australia, and make connections that will help you get to where you want to be?
Imagine if you could uncover fresh trading strategies to add to your portfolio, helping you to profit through all phases of market cycles.
What if you had the chance to give your trading the boost it deserves by dedicating three days to invest in yourself and your trading?
What if you could get all this and more less than the cost of a single stop loss (and it’s likely to even be tax deductable)?
How would it feel to have taken positive action and invested in yourself to improve your trading and investing?
If you register as a non-member of the ATAA, you will receive complimentary ATAA membership from 12 October until the end of 2021, with full access to the virtual conference videos and other library content. You’ll then have the option of converting to a full membership from 2022.
Register now for the ATAA Online Conference. Limited places available!
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|Event Date||Sat 23 October 2021 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||Sat 23 October 2021 5:45 pm|
|09:30 - 11:00||
Bennett McDowell: How-to be FEARLESS when trading the markets – and be more profitable
Join Bennett McDowell, founder of TradersCoach.com®, for this live event where he’ll show you how to exploit other traders fear AND reduce your own fear while trading. Now more than ever in the new COVID-19 world, you’ve got to be on your game, and you’ve got to be FEARLESS every time you pull the trigger.
In this live event Bennett will show you:
These are the actual techniques Bennett uses in his own trading each week. Plus, these strategies work for any trader or investor in any market and on any time frame.
Don’t miss this insightful and eye opening event. Register right now!
|11:15 - 12:30||
Chris Weston: Volatility – The Only True Asset Class
Volatility makes markets – it defines your strategy, the instruments you trade, the direction and most importantly the risk you take on and the position size. You may not know it, but it's the most important factor in trading, you just need to measure, harness, and adapt to it.
In this presentation, Chris will demonstrate how we can read volatility and use it to measure market sentiment while offering a more dynamic approach to risk management. Chris will also look at how we can use volatility to trade extreme moves and look at higher probability mean reversion opportunities.
|13:00 - 14:15||
Daryl Guppy: Tweaking the Toolbox to Improve Trade Performance
Failure to recognise when market conditions have changed means traders may deploy the wrong combination of in the task of trading. Their performance suffers unnecessarily because they are using the tools in an inappropriate way. The challenge of improving your trading performance is to know when to use the tools you know best in a more appropriate way given changed market conditions. It may also involve resurrecting some tools discarded previously when markets changed. Daryl Guppy will show you how to improve trade performance in today’s market conditions, so you don’t get mugged in losing trades.
|14:30 - 15:45||
Mark Bennell: The Psychology of High Probability Trades
What drives successful breakout trades? Anyone can easily identify price breaking an obvious support or resistance level, but what leads to a failed breakout and more importantly, what underlying factors drive successful breakout trades?
|16:00 - 17:15||
Mandi Pour Rafsanjani: 5 Cognitive Models for Optimised Decision Making
In his famous 1994 speech, Charlie Munger shared his practical approach to making good decisions: “You’ve got to hang experience on a latticework of models in your head.”
Cognitive models are frameworks of thinking through which we process the external world. They shape how and what we think, they help us deal constructively with challenges we encounter and decide which opportunities get lost in our blind spot and which ones we notice. They are useful to simplify the complexity of the trading world.
The quality of our thinking is proportional to the models and frameworks in our mind. The ability to think through models will rapidly improve your decision-making process, especially under pressure. In this session you will learn 5 key cognitive models that will help you to optimise your decision-making process and so improve your performance.