Brisbane Chapter, Sat, 13 April 2019 at 9:30 am
Visitors are welcome. First visit free, subsequent visits $40.
9:30 – 9:55: Welcome and Introduction
10:00 – 12:00 So, what’s your troubles with options? By Paul McLaren
Paul’s proposition for this presentation is - Options are often misperceived, misunderstood and misused in many trading and investing portfolios. He will use the following three stages to support this statement. These stages are important because without effectively dealing with the issues surrounding each stage, traders are unlikely to progress successfully to the next stage.
These stages are:
1. Perception created by myths:
- Most options expire worthless
- Options are risky
- Options are for expert traders
- Options are complicated
- Is there an inherent problem with the way options are taught?
- Do some who teach options suffer from the curse of knowledge?
- How well does technical analysis and options trading integrate?
- The 8 most common mistakes of options trading.
- Cognitive biases with options trading
Paul will demonstrate options are not the monster they are portrayed to be. So, be prepared for an interactive and informative session.
About Paul McLaren:
Paul has 25 years' experience in adult education and training, technical analysis skills and over 20 years' experience in investing and trading, and a life of seeing things from a different perspective to others. This experience allowed him to apply his skills in data manipulation and proven learning concepts to develop training courses particularly in the area of options trading. He is the developer of the RoToR Payoff Diagram®.
Paul has presented at the IFTA 2017 Conference in Milan, Italy and most recently IFTA 2018 Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has also delivered technical analysis sessions in the United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Sweden, Singapore, Egypt, Malaysia, New Zealand and the Philippines as well as several chapters for the ATAA in Australia. In addition, he has presented global webinars for the CMT Association and IFTA.
Paul can be contacted at www.enhanceyouroptions.com.au.
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 3:30 About an Algo Prop Trader by Bisher Khudeira, Senior Trader, Trade View Investments
Bisher is an algorithmic prop trader with Melbourne firm Trade View Investments using the Trade View proprietary software to Build, Test and Analyse automated trading systems.
He will present an overview of how he develops and trades his systems. This will involve demonstrating how simple technical analysis rules can used to build a model, then how the model is tested/analysed before being traded via a demo account.
What is a Prop Trader? A Proprietary Trader is typically a person who trades the firm’s money using multiple trading strategies across many different asset classes.
What is Trade View Investments? Trade View is a privately held Proprietary Trading firm located in Melbourne, Australia. Its team of professional Prop Traders specialise in trading Equities, Futures, Options, FX and Money Markets across multiple exchanges across the globe. It is a technology focused firm facilitating its trader’s activities through the very latest trading and information platforms in real time.
Trade View takes a systematic approach to trading by following a set of mechanical rules developed by its proprietary models. Adapting to market movements is vital and its traders can use up to fifty different proprietary trading strategies to enable protection against adverse volatility. Its Prop Traders follow a set of strict risk management rules to deliver robust performance in multiple market conditions.
Bishier’s Bio: Bisher was introduced to the financial markets by a friend. Being a motivated person, he tried to find out how to get involved in paper trading and started his trading career. For the next three years, he attended plenty of seminars and watched his fair share of online webinars. While at university he became a member of the student finance society where he had the opportunity to learn about Proprietary Trading firms. After researching the opportunities in this area, Bisher reached out to Trade View and began his development as an algorithmic trader.
“Bisher wanted a chance to sit on the desk and he would not take NO for an answer. It's his determination that made him a core part of our team. Bisher shows great leadership guiding the traders who come to us”. Robert Bubalovski, Founder - Managing Director of Trade View Investments.
3:30 pm: Meeting close
Please note: There will be a break in both the morning and afternoon sessions with coffee, tea and nibbles provided throughout the day. The location is next to the Logan Central Plaza where take-away foods is available. The room has a kitchenette and those bringing lunch can use the fridge.
Next meeting Date: Saturday 11th May
Next Meeting Venue: Community Meeting Room 2, Logan Central Library, 26 Wilbur Street, Logan Central, Logan City QLD 4114
Next speaker: To be Advised
Future meetings: Generally the second Saturday of each month except for January (3rd Saturday).
- Sat, 13 Apr 2019 09:30 AM
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