Remote Chapter, Thur, 25 July 2019 at 8:00 pm AEST
July 2019 Meeting of the ATAA Remote Chapter
Remote Chapter Objectives:
To provide regional and overseas members with the valuable resource and the networking of a chapter meeting.
Webinar (internet-based) Meetings:
The Remote Chapter will operate similarly to other chapters although it is envisaged that most meetings will be online with the possibility of having an occasional face-face meeting if attendance warrants it.
Although first preference will be given to regional members, if numbers permit, any financial ATAA member will be welcome to attend.
This meeting will be recorded and made available for members to access and review later.
How to join this meeting:
Speaker: Alan Oliver
Alan Oliver is an author, trader and educator with over 30 years’ experience in trading markets. His book “Trading with the Gods” is regarded as a leading text on The Fibonacci Series. Alan has been teaching students worldwide in the art of Gann and Fibonacci and has been asked to present seminars to Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and China. Alan‘s clear, enthusiastic and entertaining seminars providing traders of all levels with engaging and informative presentations.
Topic: Trading with Time, Price and Pattern.
One of the great architects of Technical Analysis was W.D.Gann. In over 50 years of trading he invented or popularised several new methods and ideas for trading, some of which were very original in thought and application.
Behind the very advanced tools and signals created by Gann, one common theme was current for his trading. He knew over many years of trial and error that the profitably of trading required Time, Price and Pattern to be signaling a change or reversal before he placed a position.
In this presentation we will cover:
- The seasons of the markets - 4 basic phases to each campaign.
- Swing patterns to determine the big players moves and motives.
- Numbers that create major reversals despite trend and direction.
- Gann’s definition of Anniversary and why it is not necessarily a yearly repeat.
The Gann methods are very advanced and require dedication and persistence to master, however, we can review the foundations of the theory with some simplistic examples on today’s current charts. These complex ideas will be explained simply, with easy to follow examples on popular markets.
Next Meeting Venue: Online
Further Information: Warren Murnane: +614 1233 3973 (Chapter President)
- Thu, 25 Jul 2019 08:00 PM
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