Join John Bollinger, other international speakers, including myself at this years’ International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) conference in Sydney, Australia. I guarantee you will learn and have a lot of fun.
The theme this year is From Theory to Profitability. This is close to my heart. It is what I feel I offer in my courses, the bridge between what you have read in books and doing it in real life. This is a long and high bridge for many people. Robert Grigg who is the main organiser this year is personally passionate about systematic system development. We can expect there to be a focus on that. I have between to other Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA) conferences organised by Robert and can tell you he is very thorough. Some IFTA conferences have been quaintly chaotic. This will not be one.
My talk in Sydney is about new work I have done with my good friend Glyn Bradney. We have developed a systematic approach to channel drawing and then multiples of them or Power Channels as they are called. It is rule based, mechanical, testable and profitable. The markets do have a repeating rhythm and this method allows you to capitalise on it. Until cyclical analysis which is most effective in the long and very long-term, this is developed for the long-, intermediate-, short- and very short-, intra-day-, terms.
Are you based in Australasia – Let’s meet?
My work has taken me to Australia annually for several years. If you have never been, let this be your excuse. On this trip, I will run open courses hosted by Thomson Reuters in Melbourne and Sydney. I also have some in-house bookings working for desks in Asia and Oz which I will include on the trip. It looks as though I will be ‘stopping off’ in Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur so far. The great thing is I will be able to price the fee for firms without travel costs. That major expense is already covered. I become a bargain booking. The itinerary is not fixed and I am keen to work with others. If there are five or more of you I can work with you from a short session to a full multi-day course. Ask Sue Richie to contact you with detail and a price proposal. But be quick.
Note: Sue will ask you a few questions, suggest dates and prepare a proposal with suggested content and price.