Godwin, Neil

Neil Godwin is a fund manager, private trader, personal trading mentor, author and a past ATAA National Director. His trading experience spans many years of bull and bear cycles through which he survived and prospered despite extreme market shocks. After 30 years of hard market experience, Neil understands what a trader/investor needs to make money from the stock market. He is licensed to be a stockbroker for shares, options, futures and currencies. Neil holds a Certificate in Business Administration (CBA) and is the author of The Lazy Trader – Investing For Monthly Income.

This presentation explains how a medium to long term portfolio can be established and managed. Long term share investors without the skill to read price patterns in the market typically say they will hold their investments for 5yrs to 10 yrs because ?nobody can predict market behaviour?. But is this really the best return you can get on your capital or is it a cop-out for not having been able to do better at using technical analysis themselves? 

In this presentation, Neil will clearly illustrate the simplicity of using Call options instead of shares. Neil Godwin has traded options since 1992 and he will draw on this depth of experience to answer any questions you may. No advice will be given but no ?options? questions will be out of bounds. Detailed comparisons, explanations & examples will be covered. It is Neil?s opinion that a new bull market has already begun and anyone looking to benefit from it over the next few years should not miss this opportunity.

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Using examples of both long and short trades, Neil will provide delegates with a clear understanding of the key technical analysis features that traders and investors can successfully use when trading with market movement in a single direction. The presentation also includes details about the major components of a trading plan that incorporates technical analysis; which chart features to look for; and how to use them effectively.