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Perth Chapter, Thu, 17 Aug 2017 5:45 pm for 6:15 pm

Perth Chapter
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 05:45 PM
St. Catherine’s College, Crawley WA 6009, (corner of Stirling Highway and Winthrop Avenue
Derek Locke: +614 4774 4493, Julian Burridge: +618 9284 2092

Venue: St. Catherine’s College, corner of Stirling Highway and Winthrop Avenue, Crawley (entrance off Stirling Highway). Click here to view map .


Please note Parking Arrangements at St Catherine’s

The Front Car Park is for now available for meeting attendees. A permit which is available at the ATAA meeting reception desk must be displayed on the dash of the vehicle. All vehicles parked on St Catherine’s grounds must display a permit to avoid a fine. Free parking is still available in the three hour bays along Park Road and outside the UWA Recreation Centre.


Additional Parking at St Catherine’s

Additional parking is now availableClick here to view map.


Visitors are always welcome.

First meeting is free, then visitors fee is $40.

No booking required - just check in at the registration desk on the night.

6:15pm: Welcome and Announcements

6:20pm: WHY MANY TRADERS FAIL! – Darryl Nagel

Darryl will identify 12 of the major Challenges facing traders.

Then he will discuss the practical solutions to such challenges.

This will be a workshop style meeting, so come along with your practical solutions to the challenges.

The emphasis will be on providing practical take-aways, that you can implement immediately.

Darryl Nagel has been a member of the ATAA since the 1990's. He has also served as a director on the national board.

Darryl started trading the markets in1986 focussing on trading options. He has been a guest panellist on the Australian national Sky Business Channel program "Your Money Your Call”, as a technical analyst. He uses Ichimoku to assist his trading. Recently, he has been a student of volume profiling.

Darryl’s passion has been focussed on the psychology of

trading. He gave his first presentation to the ATAA in 1996. That presentation can be found in the ATAA Newsletter dated July 1996.

This year he commenced an ATAA special interest group, the Holy Grail Trader, which focusses on an alternate solution to trading challenges using mathematics (the same that technical analysts use), rather than studying human behaviour.

8.00 for 8.15 pm - After Meeting Dinner

Tiamo Restaurant (200m walk up Hampden Road).

Next meeting: Thursday, 21 September 2017

Next speaker: Paul McLaren

Future meetings: Usually the 3rd Thursday of each month




All Dates

  • Thu, 17 Aug 2017 05:45 PM

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