MetaStock User Group Online Meeting - Using the Guppy MMA

MetaStock User Group Online Meeting - Using the Guppy MMA



ATAA MetaStock User Special Interest Group (SIG) – Online Meeting

SATURDAY, 29th May 2021 at 10:00 am AEST


Announcing the next meeting of the ATAA MetaStock User Special Interest Group (SIG).

MetaStock has grown into one of the world's leading developers of investment charting and analysis software. MetaStock now has over 150,000 customers in over 97 countries. MetaStock’s products have received numerous awards, including PC Magazine's Editors' Choice Award and the Readers' Choice Award from Stocks & Commodities Magazine for over 20 consecutive years.

The MetaStock SIG is designed to support both beginners and experienced subscribers to the end of day and real time versions of Metastock.

We are planning to have monthly online meetings which will be recorded and will be available to ATAA members to review in their own time.

The SIG will have a forum page on the ATAA website and publish ideas on the ATAA Facebook page.

The SIG objectives include:

  • Enabling the sharing of codes for back testing and scanning.
  • Exploring the multiple features in both the end of day version and the real time version of MetaStock.
  • Promoting the ATAA to MetaStock subscribers who are not current members of the ATAA.
  • Providing additional benefits for ATAA members.


Presentation by Kevin Nelson -

Topic: How to interpret Daryl Guppy's Multiple Moving Average indicator.

The Multiple Moving average indicator is included in the MetaStock program but to further assist traders, Kevin Nelson created several items which will help you back test your system and scan for securities that meet the setup requirements.

About Daryl Guppy’s Multiple Moving Average Indicator.

The Guppy Multiple Moving Average (GMMA) is a technical indicator that identifies changing trends, breakouts, and trading opportunities in the price of an asset by combining two groups of moving averages (MA) with different time periods. The GMMA consists of a short-term group of MAs and a long-term group of MAs, both containing six MAs, for a total of 12, and is overlaid on the price chart of an asset. When the short-term group of averages moves above the longer-term group, it indicates a price uptrend in the asset could be emerging.

Daryl Guppy is an Australian trader that has provided trading and investment analysis of financial markets for more than 25 years. He has developed several technical indicators which are included in industry standard software such as DZH International, Metastock and Omnitrader as well as many other charting programs. Globally many traders use the technical indicators developed by Guppy to trade equities and other markets.

Presenter Bio

Kevin Nelson is the founder of Breakaway Training Solutions, Inc. and Kevin has spent the last 27 years becoming an expert on technical analysis and MetaStock. Prior to joining MetaStock in 1993, Kevin was a stockbroker for a well-known New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) firm. In his role as Sales Manager at MetaStock, Kevin interacted extensively with MetaStock customers via phone, webinars, and public appearances. That experience enabled him to gain a keen understanding of the needs of technical analysts worldwide. He has introduced the MetaStock program to thousands of people, teaching them how to use its many features. His easy-to-understand approach is considered by many to be the best in the industry.

Further Information: Darryl Nagel at

Next Meeting Topic: To be advised

Next Meeting Date: To be advised 


This meeting is free to all financial members of the ATAA. Non-members are welcome to attend however there is a $15.00 visitor fee. 

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Event Details

Event Date Sat 29 May 2021 10:00 am
Event End Date Sat 29 May 2021 12:30 pm
Individual Price Free for ATAA Members
Location Online

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