The Investors Quest: Obtaining an Edge
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Successful investors are those that remain attentive in recognizing these dynamic transitioning periods and are those who are also flexible in their approach and able to couture their techniques to what is currently effective during each unique time period. We are now in a “trader’s market environment”. The good news is that many of the basic and most important concepts that will be covered in this presentation can easily be learned and applied by anyone, and without the need for any specialized software or costly training.
Registration: 5:45 - 6:10 pm
6:10 pm to 9:00 pm - Program and Coffee Breaks at 7 and 8 PM
In Advance (by 9/15/2013) Everyone, $15/person(sorry no refunds).
At the Door (space permitting), Everyone, $20/person (sorry no refunds).
DVDs are available. Please contact Janice Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org to place order.
ATTEND THIS MEETING TO LEARN:
The core principles and believes of a technical approach and why it works. Why a technical approach is so important and a necessary component for the retail investor in today’s market environment. Some simple, effective defined strategies that can be utilized immediately by each attendee on their own current portfolios.
· RREASONS TO ATTEND:
Get your favorite equity positions analyzed from a technical perspective. Learn a series of simple and effective “Buy / Sell” rules that each investor can use to improve their probabilities for successful transactions, on currently established and potential future positions. See examples of past major technical events on your favorite stocks and their respective outcomes, as well as getting analysis on current commodities and the major US indexes.
PRESENTED BY: Raymond A. Rondeau
Ray is currently The President of The American Association of Individual Investors Boston Chapter, overseeing five New England States. Additionally he is a member of the Market Technicians Association and a former analyst for the popular website IndexUniverse where he wrote a weekly technical analysis column. A professional trader & TradeStation programmer since 2001, Ray has been presenting throughout the New England region and beyond for the last 13 years. With an education in mathematics and mechanical engineering, Ray has developed and applies a combination of techniques based on his personal strengths of evaluating probabilities and technical analysis.