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SYD Tech Analysis SIG, Sat, 4 Aug 2018 at 10.00 am

SYD Tech Anal Chat SIG
Sat, 04 Aug 2018
The Mill Hill Centre, Room 2, Level 2, - 31/33 Spring St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022
+614 0939 5720

The Sydney Chapter of the ATAA invites members to attend our Sydney TA Chat Group meeting on Saturday, 4 Aug 2018, at Bondi Junction.

We will continue with our Case Study of developing our Model Portfolio using a Rotational Trading System.  We will review the performance of our latest trades.

The book “The Handbook of Technical Analysis” by Mark Andrew Lim, is described by many as “the textbook of Technical Analysis”. The book is the size of a telephone directory and contains an incredible amount of information. Geoff Lovelock is going to present his impressions of the book and why he feels it is a “must have” for everyone using technical analysis for their trading decisions.

Our segment on “Two of my recent trades – full explained” will be presented by Alex Ganora.

Our meeting will still include our usual audience participation “Chart Analysis” discussion, so please come along prepared with a ticker symbol for a Stock or ETF for group review, feedback and comment.

Whether you are very experienced at Technical Analysis or just setting out on your Technical Analysis journey, you can learn and benefit from listening to other members’ ideas and experiences. We expect that every member will learn something new from the day that they can take home for further research or experimentation.

Meeting Format Guideline

9.30 am to 10.00 am:  Pre-meeting tea and coffee and networking.

10.00 am to 10.30 am: Session 1: A brief overview of the markets: Australia, USA, Gold, AUD.

10.30 am to 11.30 am: Session 2: Geoff Lovelock will present an overview of the book "The Handbook of Technical Analysis" and why he feels every technical analyst should have this book as part of their reference material.

Chart Analysis - A facilitated dialogue and interactive member-based discussion.

11.30 am to 12.00 pm:  Morning tea and networking.

12.00 pm to 1.00 pm: Session 3: Two of my recent trades - fully explained. Alex Ganora will share with us, his thought process behind two of his recent trades i.e. what did he see to convince hom to take the trade, how he managed the trade with Risk Management (Stop Loss rules) and what changed for him to make the decision to close the position.

The Model Portfolio - Update on our Rotational Trading System results.

Chart Analysis - A facilitated dialogue and interactive member-based discussion. (Continued)

1.00 pm to 2.00 pm:  Lunch and networking - see below.

2.00 pm to 2.10 pm: Session 4: Trouble-Shooting: Share with us, your recent good or bad experiences with brokers, trading platforms, share analysis software, telecos etc.

2.10 pm to 2.40 pm: Session 5: Member ticker discussions (chart analysis).

2.40 pm to 2.50 pm:  Closing address/member feedback etc.

Travel to Bondi Junction by Sydney Trains:

It is approximately five minutes walk from Bondi Junction Railway Station to The Mill Hill Centre. Please refer to map below, and Google Maps for walking directions.


Street parking is restricted;

There is all-day parking for $17 on Rooftop (Level 6) at EastGate Shopping Centre.


Eastern Suburbs Leagues Club:  

93 – 97 Spring St, Bondi Junction, NSW, 2022

Bistro One dining:

Lunch and a Drink will cost you approximately $20.00

ATAA Membership Cards:

Please bring your membership card to use as your name badge.

Map from Bondi Junction Railway Station to 31 – 33 Spring Street. Click here to view map.

On arrival at the Mill Hill Centre, in order to get to the lifts, you need to walk down the side of the building next to the courtyard – approximately 45 metres. Take the lift to Level 2.

Next Meeting Date: Sat, 01 Sept 2018

Next Meeting Venue: The Mill Hill Centre, 31-33 Spring Street, Bondi Junction NSW 2022

Further Information: Bruce Wood - Sydney ATAA Chapter President

Next Meeting Normally Held: Generally the first Saturday of each Month


All Dates

  • Sat, 04 Aug 2018

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