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Thursday 19 January 2017 5:45pm for 6:15pm

Perth Chapter
Thu, 19 Jan 2017 12:00 AM
St. Catherine’s College, corner of Stirling Highway and Winthrop Avenue, Crawley (entrance off Stirling Highway)

6:15pm: Welcome and Announcements
6:20pm: Investing for Retirement, Sensible Approaches using Technical Analysis – Gary Stone
Gary draws on his twenty-year plus research and trading experiences with mechanical systems to present specific technical analysis techniques and strategies that best suit the time-poor DIY investor who wants to outperform the market and the mainstream investing avenue of mutual funds, for many years to come. The outcomes of his research and the practical use of these technical analysis techniques as profitable timing tools are discussed, with emphasis on profit through practical process rather than through theoretical perfection. Based on his research and ensuing trading outcomes, Gary will summarize which techniques are better suited to different investing timeframes and personalities, given that 91% of everyday people in the United States invest for retirement, making this DIY investing journey a decades long pursuit, not a jaunt that lasts just a few months to a year or two.
Gary Stone is the author of “Blueprint to Wealth: Financial Freedom in 15 Minutes a Week" which he wrote to empower and instruct the everyday investor to achieve their financial freedom through stock market investing. Gary has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. He started his investing career in the stock market in 1989. Gary combined two of his main business interests, computing and the stock market, to establish a business in 1994 that provides active investing research, solutions, services and coaching to everyday investors. His business has also developed its own commercially available intermediate-range charting software called Beyond Charts. Besides his media appearances on TV and radio in Australia and the U.S. Gary has been a keynote speaker since 1997 at Trade shows, Australian Technical Analysis Association (ATAA) meetings around Australia including four Annual ATAA Conferences, the most recent of which was in October 2016, doubling up as the Annual IFTA Conference (International Federation of Technical Analysts).
8.00 for 8.15 pm - After Meeting Dinner
Tiamo Restaurant (200m walk up Hampden Road).


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