Canadian Society of Technical Analysts

Building a Trading or Investing Plan, with Andrew Joseph Long - Oakville Chapter CSTA Meeting November 13th, 2013

  • 13 Nov 2013
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Queen Elizabeth Park Room C094


  • Monthly Meeting 2013 Monthly Meeting

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HARD CORE Technical Analysis: Identification of High Probability Target Zones (HPTZ)

Technical Trading Methodology

The CSTA Oakville Chapter continues this season's very important theme -- Developing a Trading and Investing Plan, Wednesday November 13th at 7:00 pm, with another exciting and informative speaker, Andrew Joseph Long.

While the title may sound a little bit intimidating, especially to those who may be new to technical analysis, don’t be discouraged!  The methodology uses basic technical analysis techniques and the application is straight forward and easily understood.

Through the identification of HPTZ’s a purely technical trading methodology is naturally set up.  We will discuss the HPTZ process and then how it can be used as the backbone for any trading plan, regardless of your market or trading style. 

The point of using a purely technical trading plan is to remove all bias and guess work.  Following what the market actually does and not what you think it may do reduces trading risk in general.  The tools become technical trigger considerations and we will discuss how these can be used in a trading strategy to assess risk and choose market entries and exits.

About this month's Presenter

Andrew Joseph Long

Publisher and editor of .

There is a free public version of the magazine/market report that you may wish to take a look through, for those interested in familiarizing themselves with the author and his work before the presentation.

This month’s Presenter discusses Trading Market Levels. This is one of the steps in the HPTZ methodology and offers a preview of some of what we will be discussing.

The site also has more pertaining to the HPTZ method for those looking for additional previews and information on what to expect.

This Season's Background Theme

* Do you have a trading or investing business plan?  If not, consider...

Would you jump in your car and travel across country without a map?  Would you start a new business risking real money without a realistic business plan?

Do you have your own trading or investing plan?  Do you have a road map to success, or a road map to best limit (or at least help with) failure?

The first half of this season (six meetings), will focus on hearing from industry professionals about their own stories and perspectives on how they've developed their own trading / investing plans.

They will discuss important topics they have learned that have helped them achieve their success, and, to help limit failure when it occurs.  Important topics that will be covered are;

- position sizing,
- the importance of money management,
- the need to have goals and objectives,

- favourite setups and market conditions.

Each speaker will focus specifically on how and why they put their plans together.

If you don't already have a trading or investment plan, ask yourself, why not?  Join us each month and learn from those who have valuable experience to share.

The November meeting is Part 3 in this season's series

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