Melbourne Chapter, Thu, 10 October 2019 at 6:00 pm
Your Networking Opportunities:
A key feature of our monthly chapter meetings in this really good meeting venue is the Special Networking Session where you have the opportunity to make new friendships with like-minded colleagues, to help you build your skills and knowledge and to improve your trading / investing results. Of course, you will also be able to network with your existing friends and colleagues and talk about the markets — both past market performance, and where the market might be going to in the near future.
Visitors are welcome. Please note that a $30 attendance fee is payable by all non-members who attend.
All first-time visitors and new members are welcome to join in the “Newbies Huddle” during the networking session. This will provide you with information about the ATAA, and the basics about Technical Analysis, and some tips about going forward.
5:00 to 6:00 pm: Informal Networking Session — Mingling with your colleagues.
ibis Hotel, Level 1, 15-24 Therry Street, Melbourne
The meeting will start promptly to enable all ideas to be covered.
6:00 to 6:05 pm: Notices, news events and Updates
6:05 to 6:15pm: Alan Clement — Trading Strategy Designer and Trader
Topic: “A Model Portfolio for The Chapter”
Alan will update the portfolio idea introduced a number of months ago.
6:15 to 6:40pm: Alan Clement — Trading Strategy Designer and Trader
Topic: " Global Markets Quarterly Technical Outlook "
With 2019 winding down what pointers can we look towards to gauge the future direction of the markets? Join Alan for his ever-popular quarterly market update, where he will pick apart the events of the last few months and determine the levels and patterns to look for. Using a variety of technical tools and chart types, he will delve into momentum, support, resistance, sentiment and market breadth to analyse local and overseas stock markets, currencies and commodities. Don't miss this valuable presentation which could act as a useful input to developing your own market road map for the coming weeks and months ahead.
Alan Clement is a trading strategy designer and independent trader with over 25 years of experience in the financial industry. Following a successful professional career in both investment management and investment banking, he now manages his own independent trading business. His main focus is in the design and development of quantitative trading strategies that trade multiple markets. He is an international speaker on trading and evidence-based market analysis. He also provides development services, consultancy and training in quantitative methods to both private and institutional traders and investors. Alan is an IFTA Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) and a National Director of the Australian Technical Analysts Association. His website is helixtrader.com and he tweets as @helixtrader
6:40 to 6:45pm: Break
6:45 to 8:00pm: Gary Murphy— Private Investor, Educator & Melbourne ATAA Committee Member
Topic:- “My Personal Trading Style”
Started life as a tradesman but always interested in shares. Started my first engineering business in 1981, since then have had 3 other businesses and a farm. I Bought my first bundle of Shares in 2000. Retired to Gisborne in 2010. In 2012 I did a Course on Options and although I lost money, I still believed in Options and the Stockmarket. Since then I have concentrated on learning the idiosyncrasies of trading Stocks and developing my own strategies and a strict set of rules for making trading profitable. Backtesting has been the key to creating my trading strategy. I trade with simplicity and common sense.
Description of the presentation.
- The importance of having rules and sticking to them!
- Simple trading and not being too greedy.
- My discipline strategy based purely on Technical Indicators.
- Understanding how your mind plays havoc on your trading – the 90/10 Rule.
.8.15 pm: Dinner and more networking
Place dinner orders at the bar before 6:30pm.
ibis Melbourne Hotel, 15-21 Therry Street, Melbourne, (near Victoria Street)
How to get there:
Train: Melbourne Central railway station 550 metres
Trams in Elizabeth and Swanston Streets
Car Parking: CBD Car Park, 58 Franklin Street
Please note: At times, the Pay Stations in this car park have refused to take credit cards, and have only accepted cash (so have cash handy). Also, there are some traffic interruptions along parts of Franklin Street due to long-term works for the Metro Rail Tunnel.
Next Meeting Date: Thursday, 14 November 2019
Next Meeting Speaker: Mandi Pour Rafsanjani – Trading Pychologist
Next Meeting Venue: ibis Hotel Melbourne, 15-21 Therry St, Melbourne 3000
Further Information: Paul Ash - Melbourne ATAA Chapter President
Meetings Normally Held: Generally the second Thursday of each Month
- 10 Oct 2019 06:00 PM
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