Australian Technical Analysts Association

ATAA
Australian Technical Analysts Association



Robert is pleased to promote the ATAA

The ATAA is Australia's pre-eminent not-for-profit organisation regarding technical analysis (charting). It is run by members, for members, with monthly meetings in each location, guest speakers, and networking for like-minded investors and traders. Key member benefits include:
  • Networking with like-minded people.
  • DVD library.
  • Monthly meetings in nine locations around Australia (with guest speakers and networking).
  • Access to resources on the ATAA web site (member area).
  • Access to discounted education on Technical Analysis.
  • Information about charting software, TA tools, and data providers.
 The ATAA has more than 800 members nationally in 9 locations around Australia (Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle, Canberra, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Adelaide and Perth).
 
Robert does endorse the ATAA as a worthy not-for-profit organisation for people looking for help and networking opportunities in the field of technical analysis.

ATAA National Conference
Past conference brochures (for internal use): 2009, 2010, 2011,
2013 flyer
, 2013 brochure, 2014 brochure.


Important Disclosure

Robert does hereby disclose a possible bias and conflict of interest as he is currently the Vice-President of the Melbourne ATAA Chapter, and a director on the ATAA national board.
 

Useful LINKS

ATAA Marketing materials
for use by ATAA Chapters and others

The ATAA official web site: www.ataa.com.au

Join the ATAA LinkedIn Group here:
View the ATAA profile on LinkedIn 

ATAA Marketing Materials

ATAA Marketing Materials - As an ATAA national director (and with responsibility for ATAA marketing in the past), Robert has had some marketing materials for use by ATAA Chapters, and individuals. The latest information includes the set of new A5-size marketing flyers.
See information about the marketing materials here.

Fairfax newspaper articles

See the newspaper articles here

Since October 2009, some of the Melbourne ATAA members have been contributing to regular articles in the (Melbourne) The Age newspaper.

These articles were appearing in the business pages of the Tuesday editions of the newspapers, but as from May 2013 are now published in the Money supplement of the newspapers on a Wednesday, and posted online in the Money section under the heading "The Chartist".

These articles are reproduced on several Fairfax web sites including: theage.com.au, smh.com.au, watoday.com.au, brisbanetimes.com.au.

See details, web links and
scanned copies* of these articles

available here for perusal.

Current ATAA Contributors:
Past ATAA Contributors: Working with journalist Rod Myer.

Topics covered in the articles:

  • Currencies - US Dollar, Aust Dollar, Euro, Yen
  • Commodities and metals - gold, oil, platinum, wheat
  • bonds, interest rates
  • many specific Aussie stocks including:- WRT, BRG, BEN, WHC, NWS, JBH, RFG, SXY, ARP,  NAB, DUE, QAN, WDC, SYR, NCM, TTS, FMG, RIO, SUL, LEI, RRL, MND, HSN, AMP, ASL, TRY, WPL, AGO, MQG, STB, CRZ, WOW, RFG, BDM, SDL, NVT, AMM, SUL, TGA, TLS, FWD, ANZ, ORL, TGA, AVO, BHP, LLC, ORG, SEA
  • All Ordinaries index (XAO)
  • S&P/ASX 200 index (XJO)
  • S&P/ASX 200 A-REIT sector index (XPJ)
  • Materials index (XMJ)
  • Bank index
  • S&P500 index
  • the pros of a semi-log chart
  • the notion of trends
  • Stop Loss (eg. Wilson ATR Trailing Stop - WATRTS)
  • Support and Resistance
  • chart patterns - megaphone
  • candlesticks and patterns
  • Charts "Bear Market Twins"
  • Breakouts
 
* - The articles are available as PDF files, or as Jpeg files, with a filename of the form: "TheAge_(date)_(contributor)_topic".
See 
the summary list here...


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