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  • ATAA Member since Jul 1995
  • IFTA Speaker

Gary Stone has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics and is the Managing Director of Share Wealth Systems. He started his investing career in the stock market in 1989 when he first became interested in technical and fundamental analysis of stocks. He combined two of his main business interests, computing and the stock market, to establish a business in 1994 that provides active investing solutions and services to everyday investors.Using technical analysis, Gary has researched and designed three active investment mechanical methodologies that are commercially available to everyday investors. Gary uses these methodologies to invest and continues to do ongoing technical analysis research.His business has also developed their own commercially available mid-range technical analysis software called Beyond Charts.Since 2008 Gary has continued to appear regularly on Sky Business television finance programs and since 1999 has presented at many Expo’s and trade shows and regularly at Australian Technical Analysis Association (ATAA) meetings around Australia including three Annual ATAA Conferences the most recent of which was in 2014.Gary will publish his first book in July 2016 titled: “Blueprint to Wealth: Financial Freedom in 15 Minutes a Week. Tested Strategies to Fix your Nest Egg.”

Investing for Retirement, Sensible Approaches using Technical Analysis

Posted: 23 October, 2016 Subjects: Quant_Analysis&Trading ETFs
Source: C2016 IFTA Available to: Delegates 2016

Gary draws on his twenty-year research and trading experiences with mechanical systems to present specific technical analysis techniques that best suit the time poor DIY investor that 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.

Tradable Beta

Posted: 28 August, 2016 Subjects: Quant_Analysis&Trading
Source: P2016 MEL Available to: Members

Melbourne Quant One Day Seminar: Gary will demonstrate how some well-known technical indicators can be used in a quantitative manner to time entries and exits on a longer term timeframe. He'll show how this can be especially useful when trading ETFs, indexes and large cap stocks in Australia and the USA, particularly when coupled with leverage to boost returns when the market is trending.

A Mechanical System, TA Techniques and Criteria

Posted: 15 October, 2014 Subjects: Quant_Analysis&Trading Trading_Strategies
Source: P2014 SYD ADL Available to: Members

In this presentation, Gary will cover the following topics,

  • The technical analysis techniques he has used for 17 years to open and close equities positions.
  • The criteria he uses for adjusting his overall exposure to the equities markets.
  • How he determines how much capital to place on individual trades.
  • The performance of his trading approach, including individual portfolio trading performance and historical portfolio simulation performance.
  • He will cover these points for trading the ASX and the NASDAQ.

Capital Protection: The Best Way to Increase Profits

Posted: 10 May, 2014 Subjects: Quant_Analysis&Trading
Source: C2014 Available to: Members

Too often too much emphasis is placed on trade entry. However, thinking at the portfolio level, not just the trade level, bears more fruit for the seasoned trader. With solid portfolio management principles in place the trader need not be afraid of what the market may do. Protecting the downside, increases the upside. This is achieved mostly through trade exit strategies, assessing systematic risk and position sizing according to assessed trade risk. Actual and simulated portfolio equity curves will be used to demonstrate the concepts discussed.

Tactics and Strategies for Fine Tuning your Trading Approach

Posted: 30 October, 2011 Subjects: Quant_Analysis&Trading
Source: C2011 Available to: Members

In this presentation, Gary will share the tactics and strategies he believes are necessary to bring out the best in each trader and investor. These include knowing the characteristics of the trades produced by your trading approach; whether you can reduce the drawdown at the end of a trade and increase your win rate by letting trades go; ensuring you have flexible money management models for your trading approach; and finally bringing it all together.

Approaches to Risk Management

Posted: 1 July, 2011 Subjects: Risk&Money_Mgmt
Source: P2011 Available to: Members

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Trading CFDs and Equities in the same portfolio

Posted: 10 October, 2008 Subjects: Leverage Trading _Strategies
Source: C2008 Available to: Members

Although trading on leverage can be good for investors, too many traders get burnt with too high a level of leverage. Learn how to manage a portfolio at the level of leverage with which you are comfortable through a combination of CFDs and equities.

Keep Your Feet on the Ground

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

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