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Nick is a professional trader, educator and author who has been trading and investing since 1985. He has worked for numerous international investment banks - from the trading floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange to international dealing desks in Sydney, London and Singapore. In 2007 Nick established The Chartist, a subscription-based stock market advisory service. Nick's expertise lies in trading stocks and commodities, trading system design and technical analysis. Nick has written three successful books. His latest book, Unholy Grails – A New Road to Wealth is receiving excellent reviews. Nick also consults to financial planners and accountants on trading and investment strategies for their clients.

Using Elliott Wave to track Dramatic Market Movements

Posted: 15 May, 2015 Subjects: Elliott_Wave
Source: C2015 Available to: Members

Combining Elliott Wave theory and traditional technical analysis can help investors understand the current state of the market and how the market’s next phase is potentially unfolding. In this discussion, Nick Radge will show how he was able to call the top in 2007 and (almost) the exact low in 2009. We’ll also discuss the bigger picture for the Australian market and how patterns today are unfolding within the pattern progression of the last 30 years.

A Profitable Strategy Designed to Capture Dividend Momentum

Posted: 22 June, 2013 Subjects: Markets&Behaviours Indicators
Source: C2013 Available to: Members

It’s a well-known fact that share prices tend to rise ahead of the ex-dividend date and dividend stripping as a strategy has been very popular. Unfortunately the demise of share prices during the GFC, and volatility since, have seen significant profits given back and the strategy is now less attractive. However, there is a safe way to pursue this momentum whilst practising prudent position management. In this session Nick Radge will fully disclose a systematic way to enter, exit and manage positions regardless of underlying market conditions.

A Fully Disclosed Momentum Strategy

Posted: 1 July, 2012 Subjects: Trading _Strategies
Source: P2012 Available to: Members

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Protect Your Capital In Bear Markets

Posted: 1 July, 2012 Subjects: Risk&Money_Mgmt
Source: P2012 Available to: Members

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Swing Trading

Posted: 1 November, 2011 Subjects: Economics
Source: P2011 Available to: Members

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What makes a successful trader?

Posted: 24 October, 2009 Subjects: Trading _Strategies
Source: C2009 Available to: Members

So much focus nowadays is directed at specific analysis or entry techniques with many thinking these are the tenets of successful trading. Whilst trading needs to be a comfortable, consistent experience, entry and analysis don’t make the profits. Nick will detail facts about creating profits, travelling the journey of successful trading why system development can be a misnomer and why the old adage “don’t risk more than 2%” can lead to failure. Nick will offer a different view on trading longevity and how you should think and act in the markets.

The Strength of Dividends

Posted: 1 January, 2008 Subjects: Trading _Strategies
Source: D2008 Available to: Members

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Trading with Seasonality

Posted: 1 January, 2008 Subjects: Seasonality
Source: D2008 Available to: Members

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