- ATAA Member since Sep 2011
David Chia has spent most of his working life engaged in various aspect of trading and investments, working in the main for banks and trading institutions. He co-founded Relate Empower Deliver, a boutique investment firm in late 2007 and passionately supports the education and learning aspects of financial markets as a critical ingredient for enduring success. With a background in accounting and economics, David has schooled himself in the multi disciplines that come with managing the assets and risk that is the realm of trading and investments today.
|Posted: 14 December, 2017||Subjects: Trading _Strategies|
|Source: P2017 MEL||Available to: Members|
Trading is not unlike many other sporting or professional pursuits & endeavours we take on in life, in that a great deal of time is spent in the actual doing. I consider it vital that time is set aside to assess how effective one has been and whether there are bits of the process you would amend or discard or even emphasize all the more.
The opportunity to look over not just your equity curve but your process and yourself, how well you implemented, what lessons were learnt – these are all necessary stepping stones to ensure a more enjoyable and profitable engagement for the year ahead.
I would like to share with you some of the key revelations I had in running a global unconstrained long-only equity mandate. Regardless of what or how you trade, perhaps you may gleam from my trials and tribulations, some gems to take away for yourself.
|Posted: 29 October, 2011||Subjects: Trading_Plan|
|Source: C2011||Available to: Members|
Virtually every professional funds management business promotes itself on the basis of having a proprietary process for screening, identifying, segregating and analysing the seemingly boundless pools of financial data. How each one goes about it is perhaps not as vital as the fact that they all apply a certain degree of rigour and discipline to the analytics. In the realm of the private investor and trader, the process is often more relaxed and may be lacking in consistency and structure. In this presentation, David will share with you his experience in running a money management business and some of the more important due processes involved, the benefits of a structured approach and also some of the drawbacks.