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hi guy',


If anyone's in Brisbane this may be of interest?

Sunday trading seminar - Brisbane


Day: Sunday
Date: 12th of Sept 2004 ( Not the 5th as this is Fathers Day)
Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm
Location: Easts leagues Club, Main Avenue, Cooparoo
Cost: $5 per person

Guest Speaker
We will have Brendan Lansdowne from Bull Systems demonstrating a
new charting package that includes Alan Hull indicators. We will also
do an exercise on market psychology as well as review some MMA’s


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Tied up this weekend unfortunately.

Maybe next time.

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Redwing,

Thank you for the advice, but I am Sydney based. I think it's excellent if we keep each other advised of these opportunities.

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Hey thanks for letting me know! I think it great that we can use this forum to network and inform each other of events just like this one.


Keep posting them, I'll be looking at for others like it in Bris Vegas.

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Im busy but would have been interested in going...thats such a reasonable admission price compared to some of these seminars. Thanks for the info and keep us informed
 

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Redwing,

Redwing said:
We will have Brendan Lansdowne from Bull Systems demonstrating a new charting package that includes Alan Hull indicators.
If that's BullCharts, take careful note of its performance - how long it takes charts and other pages to appear after selecting them. I had all sorts of problems when I trialled the software, as you can read in the BullCharts Trial thread in the Trading Tips section here.

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I went and was suprised by the average age of the attendees. The average age would have been comfortably baby-boomer :)

It was basically a review of an online trading plan from Bedford and Tate www.tradinggame.com.au followed by a 1hr infomercial on BullCharts

There were about 70 people attending.

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WaySolid said:
I went and was suprised by the average age of the attendees. The average age would have been comfortably baby-boomer :)

It was basically a review of an online trading plan from Bedford and Tate www.tradinggame.com.au followed by a 1hr infomercial on BullCharts

There were about 70 people attending.

WaySolid.
I hope you told them all about Aussie Stock Forums! ;)
 

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I guess I was expecting a few more youngsters. I have been to plenty of property events and there are always plenty of people younger than me. I'm 32.

Cheers,
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Hey WaySolid I am interested in knowing what the 'exercise' on market psychology was like.

Can you please let us know what it entailed, whether it was useful and if you enjoyed doing it?

I am in very interested in the psychology of investing.
 

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Not sure it was an excercise. We were basically just walked through an online trading plan and given a brief description of the different areas you would need to fill out for your plan by the organizer of the day.

I'm not sure how worthwile the day was for me really, I would have preferred getting some new insights to trading rather than a sales spiel from the bullcharts guy.

WaySolid
 

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