Sydney Chapter, Mon, 17 Feb 2020 at 5:30 pm for 6.00 pm
Visitors: First meeting free; subsequent meetings $40
5.30 to 6.00 pm: Pre-meeting tea and coffee and networking.
An opportunity to introduce yourself and meet some of the other members, before the formal proceedings commence.
6.00 to 6.05 pm: Welcome – Karen Wong
ATAA news announcements and dates for forthcoming ATAA meetings and events.
6.05 to 6.15 pm: Worst and Best Performing World Markets of 2019 – Karen Wong
6.15 to 6.45 pm: Dogs of the Dow – Karen Wong
The Dogs of the Dow strategy is a popular strategy with the goal of generating higher returns in order to beat the market index. It involves selecting the 10 worst performing stocks or the 10 stocks with the highest dividend from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Using the Dogs of the Dow strategy this interactive session looks at:
- The ‘Dogs of the ASX’ from 2018 and how they fared in 2019.
- Did you trade the ‘dogs’ strategy in 2019? If you didn’t what was your best trade? What was your worst trade? What were the methods you used to trade these? Share your stories with us and together we’ll find out what works and what doesn’t work. Learn from one another in this session to improve your trading for 2020.
- Who are the ‘Dogs’ from 2019 going into 2020? We take a closer look at the charts of each of these ‘dogs’ with the potential to shine in 2020.
6.45 to 7.45 pm: Darryl Nagel - Trade with Complete Confidence
Now for the first time the unique and revolutionary methods of Method and Madness to trading and investing will be unveiled.
Our methods are based on simple mathematical principles; the same principles used by consistently successful international businesses.
ASIC has published a paper stating that the majority of traders are not successful.
By the end of this seminar you will have an excellent understanding of what strategies, methods, and systems consistently successful traders adopt to overcome the challenges which all traders face.
Upon completion of the seminar you will have free access to an algorithm that will enable you to have the certainty with the amount you risk on each trade, the position size of each trade and the risk to reward ratio.
Risk management is one of the essential keys to becoming a completely confident trader.
The seminar agenda includes:
- How to create your unique written trading plan in just a few easy steps. We regard the development of a plan is essential for your success.
- Finding your edge. Your edge is a mathematically proven advantage.
- When you find your edge, there is no further need for analysis. Adverse emotions and making decisions about a trade will go away. You can give up the need to control the outcome of each trade.
- Developing a probability mindset. We discuss those consistently successful international businesses that follow this method.
- Dealing with challenging emotions by embracing them and using them to your advantage. There is no need for a study of the psychology of trading.
- Have access to our mentoring and coaching
The presentation will be made available on the ATAA website following the event.
Biography: Darryl Nagel
Darryl Nagel started trading and investing in the financial markets in 1986 and still actively trades and invests today.
After he retired as a corporate lawyer for a major Australian bank in 2003, he was approached by an Australian education company to teach traders how to trade. He has taught hundreds of trading students for several education companies.
Darryl continues as a teacher and coach in trading the financial markets up to the present time.
He also lectures in subjects of interest to trustees of Australian Self Managed Superannuation Funds.
For several years Darryl was a guest panelist on the SKY Business Channel as a specialist technical analyst.
He attained a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Sydney majoring in psychology.
Darryl has been a lecturer and tutor at the University of Western Sydney in Business Law.
He has an ASIC recognised RG146 qualifications in the major trading instruments including derivatives.
7:45 to 8:00pm: Presenter Q & A & Conclusion
The ArtHouse Hotel
275 Pitt Street. Sydney
Approximately 140 metres walk from our meeting venue.
Mains – average $20 - $24. Buy drinks from the Hotel Bar.
Next Meeting Date: Monday, 16 March 2020
Next Meeting Speaker: To Be Advised
Further Information: Karen Wong, Chapter President:
Next Meeting Venue: The Mitchell Theatre, Level 1, Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts (SMSA), 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
Next Meeting Normally Held: Generally the third Monday of each Month
- Mon, 17 Feb 2020 05:30 PM
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