Wednesday 15 March 2017 at 7:00pm
5:30pm: Pre-meeting Dinner
Hope Inn Hotel, 348 Port Road, Hindmarsh. (On your left as you enter the Bistro).
All members and visitors welcome to join us for dinner. No booking required. This is an opportunity to meet the speaker and network with fellow traders.
7:00pm: David Hunt - Mistakes I made in 2016 and what I learnt from them!
Trading is a very difficult business and most people fail (lose money) and give up because they don't do their homework, or manage their positions. In this presentation David will cover the skills traders need in order to be successful in the market.
1. Time Analysis - so you know when to step in and step up.
2. Price Analysis - so you know where to step in and step up.
3. Pattern Analysis - where you can see what the mass of losers are doing.
4. Entry Techniques - so you have good trade location and good risk reward.
5. Trade Management and Position Stripping - maximise your profit without giving away your best positions.
6. Exit management and Strategies - so you don't blindly get out at the wrong time only to see the trade go on without you.
David Hunt is a founding Member of the ATAA and APTA, and is a well-known market forecaster. David’s specialties are Market Analysis, Charting, Elliott Wave Trading, WD Gann, Market Timing, Market Forecasting and ASX Share Market Advice. David's extensive experience in financial markets spans over 35 years, and includes shares, currencies, commodities, interest rates, bonds, U.S. stocks, and futures. David has traded for fund managers, investment banks, large corporations, and on his own account. Some of David’s corporate clients include Macquarie Equities, RBS Morgans, Bloom Financial, BBY and ANZ. David holds numerous qualifications, including Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning), Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) and PS 146. For further information, click here to visit David's website http://www.adest.com.au.
9:45pm: Meeting concludes
Further information: Charles Browne - 08 8353 6669
Next meeting: April 19th
Next speaker: Warren Murnane
- Wed, 15 Mar 2017 12:00 AM
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