Canberra Chapter Online Meeting: David Novac from Wealthwise Education

Please note this meeting will only be available to ATAA financial members and registered visitors.


ATAA Canberra Chapter Online Meeting - TUESDAY 19 October 2021 at 7:30 pm (AEDT)


Please note that this is an online meeting to be held at 7.30 pm -

You will need to register for this meeting to receive the meeting link details.


Meeting Location: Due to current Covid restrictions, this meeting will be held online.

Meeting Overview:

At this month’s meeting we have a new segment and a guest speaker, David Novac from Wealthwise Education. Some of David’s clients will also be joining us for this meeting.

A new segment will be a Q&A session. At the last committee meeting, it was suggested that as we can’t discuss trading over tea and coffee at a live meeting, we could have a Q&A session where anyone can ask a question and anyone in the meeting with expertise or an opinion on that topic can respond verbally or in the chat box. The segment will be moderated to ensure it stays on track. If no one asks a question or if questions run out before our allocated time, the next part of the meeting will commence. If you prefer to send your Q&A question in advance, or have any other comments or questions about the Canberra chapter, send these to


7.30 – 7.45 — Welcome, Stock competition and analysis – Pippa Carron

7.45 – 8.00 — ASX – Bruce Taylor 

8.00 – 8.15 — International Market Overview – Shamsul Arefin (Shams)

8.15 – 8.25 — Q&A - Mark Gleeson

8.25 – 9.15 — 'Identifying undervalued stocks, especially in uncertain times’.

Presented by David Novac, Co-founder, Educator, Wealthwise Education

David Novac Biography

With many hard lessons learned throughout his 35+ years in the stock market (including the 1987 crash), his expertise in global markets and future trends is renowned as being insightful and realistic.

Despite leaving school at 15, by the age of 27, David Novac was the Financial Controller of a $6 billion Merchant Bank. With a solid background in Merchant Banking, Finance and Accounting David was well established in corporate financial circles. David’s passion for the dynamic world of the stock market led him to leave the corporate world. 

In 1997, David Novac and Kate Sheehan co-founded Wealthwise Education. David’s formal qualifications include: RG146 Compliant under FSRA and an Accredited Derivatives Advisor, Level 2 (ASX).

David has an international reputation and is a sought after keynote speaker on the stock market. He appears regularly on ‘The Call’ on Ausbiz with David Koch. For more than a decade he was co-host on ‘Your Money – Trading Day’ Channels 95 & 601, ‘Lunch Money’ and ‘Market Day’; an expert panellist on ‘Your Money, Your Call’ and ‘Bonds Vs Equities’ TV Shows. David has also presented for Anthony Robbins’ ‘Wealth Mastery’ and Robert Kiyosaki’s (best-selling author of ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad) ‘Financial Intelligence’ & ‘Fundamentals of Investing’ Programs.

Further Information:         

Next Meeting Date: Tuesday 16 November 2021
Speaker: To be advised
Future meetings: Generally the third Tuesday of each Month.


How to attend this meeting

All attendees are required to register for this event. The meeting is free to financial members of the ATAA. Non-members are welcome however there is a $15.00 visitor fee which is required to be paid before the meeting. 

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Event Details

Event Date Tue 19 October 2021 7:30 pm
Event End Date Tue 19 October 2021 9:00 pm
Individual Price Free for members - Registered visitors $15
Location Online

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