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Robert has delivered a number of presentations to various audiences,
including to: the ASA (Australian Shareholders Association) Melbourne,
U3A (Manningham, Melb),
Melbourne PC User Group (WASINT SIG),
and a number of chapters of the ATAA - Melbourne, Sydney, Perth,
Canberra, Newcastle (Australian Technical Analysts Association).

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Upcoming
speaking engagements
  • TBA.

Recent  & Past
speaking engagements
  • Private investing club in South Yarra (Thursday 20 Nov) - "Nimble Short Term Investing", November 2014
  • U3A (Manningham) - 27th March 2014, double presentation: "The Traders' Journey", and "Effective Position Sizing".
  • Private Investing Club double presentation: "The Traders' Journey", and "Maximize Profits and Minimise Losses by following the Trend!" - Thursday 6 March (South Yarra).
  • Share Market "chat"... 1pm, Monday 25 February, 2013 at the Vermont South Community House. If interested, please phone the house to reserve a seat.
  • Aussie Markets Update (using the "4 Windows" approach - Thursday 17 January 2013, at the  Melbourne ATAA meeting.
  • Share Market Price Charts - Unlocking the Secrets - Robert 1-day TA Intro seminar in Sydney on Saturday 18 August, 2012.
  • "Trading in Practise" - A workshop for the BullCharts User Group, May 2012 (as a practise for an ATAA presentation in July 2012).
  • "10 Key Lessons from the Financial Crisis" - An update of the "Beware the Bears" material from 2009, Manningham U3A, Thursday 10th May 2012.
  • "Useful Tips for Managing Risk — Extra Detail". See at left.

    Manningham U3A Stockmarket group
    Thursday 16 February 2012.
  • "Useful Tips for Managing Risk — A Different View".

    Melb ATAA meeting Member Speaker, Thursday 19 January 2012.
  • Share Market Focus in Inverloch (South Gippsland, Victoria),
    26-27 November 2011 for two share market seminars..
  • U3A (Manningham), Thursday 22 September, 2011 - a discussion about Money and Risk Management (see at left), including Stop Loss and Position Size to maximise profits and minimise losses.
  • Share Market Focus in Inverloch (South Gippsland, Victoria), 29 July-2 August 2011 for a mix of seminars and presentations.
  • ATAA Perth, Thursday 19 May 2011, "Share Market GEMS"  (see at left) and "Anti-Decimation (How to avoid the next GFC)"  (see at left) - an updated version.
  • ATAA Melbourne, 14 April 2011. "Brainy's Share Market GEMs (Wall Street Words of Wisdom)". This presentation is based on the published Share Market GEMs materials. It is a new set of slides, different to all other presentations (see at left).
  • Manningham U3A (Sharemarket group), 31st March 2011, "Share Market GEMs (preview) + Picking Winners" (see at left).
     
  • Church Sharemarket Investment Club,  March 2011, "Anti-Decimation (How to avoid the next GFC)" - an updated version.
     
  • Various seminar dates - "Share Market Boot Camp", and "Technical Analysis Introduction and Overview".
     
  • ATAA Sydney, Monday 17 January, 2011,"Anti-Decimation (How to avoid the next GFC)" - an updated version.
     
  • ATAA Canberra, Tuesday 16 November, 2010, "Anti-Decimation (How to avoid the next GFC)" (see at left).
     
  • Melbourne PC User Group - WASINT SIG, October, 2010, Moorabbin, "Blue Chip Price Charts - Unlocking the Secrets using BullCharts software" (see at left).
  • ATAA Melbourne, 7 October 2010, "Anti-decimation" (see at left). 
  • Melbourne ASA (Australian Shareholders Association), 19 August 2010, "Blue Chip Price Charts - Unlocking the Secrets" (see at left).
  • U3A (Manningham), 19 August 2010, "Blue Chip Price Charts - Unlocking the Secrets" (see at left).
     
  • June 2010 - Manningham U3A (again) - "Investing / Trading Strategy Case Study".
     
  • Various dates - presentations to BullCharts User Group on a range of topics (eg. MACD, Stop Loss, RSI).

  • May 2010 - BullCharts User Group - "Share Trading Case Study" (see at left).
  • May 2010 - Manningham U3A - "Analysing the Share Market".

  • February 2010 - Manningham U3A group - Four separate presentations on the share market and charting, including "How to Spot a Bear Market" (at left).

  • November 2009 - EIS group (Melbourne) - "Beware the Bears" (see details at left).

  • November 2009 - Melbourne PC User Group - WASINT SIG - "Share Market Corrections" (see details at left).

  • October 2009 - Manningham U3A group - "Beware the Share Market Bears (because they are never far away)" (see details at left).

  • October 2009 - Melbourne ATAA - "Technical Analysis - What is it really?" (targeted at newer ATAA members from the Trading Expo). See details at left.

  • May 2009 - Public presentation - "Brainy's 10 Key Lessons from the GFC (for traders and investors)". (See the "Beware the Bears" details at left.)

  • July 2008 - Melbourne ATAA - "How to implement your Trading Strategy in Charting Software". See details at left.

  • December 2006 - Melbourne ATAA - "BullCharts Software - a brief introduction". See details at left.


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And whatever you do,
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Beware the sharks in the ocean.

Nimble Short Term Investing

November 2014

When it comes to investing strategies, there are literally thousands of possibilties, and many of them are “right”. This presentation describes just one possible approach - the Nimble Short Term Investing approach. Also see the supporting web page.

The term “Nimble Short Term Investing” refers to a particular investing style that is applicable to investing in the equity market (the share market). This investing approach adopts specific views and interpretations. Some of it's underlying principleschallenge conventional wisdom.

The material in this presentation is presented under the following headings:
  • Investing objectives
  • Time frame and horizon
  • Underlying principles (a total of 10)
  • Investing psychology
  • Stock, sector and market analysis
  • Stock selection strategies (and details)
  • Money management
  • Risk management
More details will be available in the "Speaker Notes" to be available shortly.
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Exit Strategies

October 2014

This is an updated version of the same presentation from one year ago in November 2013 (see below), and used in the October 2014 BullCharts User Group meeting to help provoke some ideas for exit strategies to share around the table, and to possibly incorporate into the user group's $100k Hypothetical Portfolio.

When investing in the markets, it is important to liquidate some market positions at the appropriate time, in order to protect our investment capital and profits. But there are many different approaches to doing this, and many possible methods.

This presentation provides an overview to the variety of different exit strategies that can be employed to protect our capital, including:

  • Why we should not be using the "percentage fall" method.
  • Time, clock, or calendar-based exits (based on time of day, or day of week);
  • Price target exits (eg. overhead resistance, measure rule);
  • Money-based exits based on the share price (eg. Stop Loss, Fibonacci extension);
  • Price chart features (eg. break of trend line; change of trend; Lowest Low; Count Back Line(CBL); Reversal patterns);
  • Technical Analysis chart indicator exits (eg. Moving Average, P-SAR, MA cross-over, ATR-based; Hull Range indicator; Berg Volatility Profit Taker).
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What would you do? - How good is your investing judgement?
September and October 2014

This short presentation to the Templestowe Valley Probus group was delivered as a hands-on, participative case study-come-quiz, with lots of interaction and discussion. (It was delivered along with the "Investing Tips" presentation below.) It was also delivered to the Manningham U3A Stockmarket group on 16 October 2014 (with some minor updates to some words on some slides).

These slides show a sample price chart and ask the question: "What would you do here? Would you buy this stock?". In real life the actual situation might have been your stock broker telling you that the shares are cheap, and they should be snapped up (but the broker won't tell you that the shares could get even cheaper).

Test out your own investing judgement, and study the price charts in these slides. See if you would be profitable, or loss-making.


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Investing Tips and Share Market Success Secrets
September 2014

This presentation to the Templestowe Valley Probus group was an interactive discussion, based on an earlier version of the presentation to the U3A group in 2013. This presentation focuses on two specific topics:

There are several related topics that couldn't be included in this presentation due to the time needed to cover the topic. See a list of them on the Toolbox Share Market page. For more information on Success Secrets, refer to the earlier presentation below Sharemarket 101 - Avoiding the pitfalls....

Note that the original "Members Slides" posted here have been updated - see the small revision numberin the bottom right corner of the first slide - the latest version is "Revision 2b".


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2014 - Technical Analysis - What is it, really?

August 2014

Technical Analysis - A lot of people talk about it; but what does it really mean? What is "technical analysis"? And how can I make money from it?

This set of slides is in use by the ATAA at various expos, and meetings, as an introduction to the subject of Technical Analysis for newbies. It provides a quick overview of all the topics that comprise the bigger subject of technical analysis, and is a cut down version of Robert's 6-hour seminar.

For more information about technical analysis, see the 
special Toolbox web page.


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2014 - How to rank stocks (and sectors) by performance

June 2014

We have a list of stocks in which we could invest. But we can't invest in all of them at this time (eg. not enough funds). So, how to choose which one(s)? How can we “rank” them? Perhaps in order of performance, so that we are buying into the better performing stocks.

This presentation explains the dilemma, shows some price charts of performing stocks, and explores the possibility of using both a Moving Average indicator to quantify stock performance, and the ROAR indicator. The next updated version will also explore how to easily identify strong sectors.

This was presented to the June BullCharts User Group meeting, and the 19th June U3A Stockmarket Group meeting. It will be updated with more detail, and presented to the July ATAA meeting in Melbourne after which these slides will be updated, and the Premium Member version (slides + speaker notes) will be published here. 

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2014 - Effective Position Sizing

March 2014

When buying a parcel of shares, should we simply buy a round, say, $5000 or $10,000 worth? Should we consider buying a different sized parcel of shares each time? What are the considerations? Can we utilise sound risk management methods to minimise the risk? Can we in fact optimise the position size?
 
The material in this presentation has been compiled over a couple of months, with discussion at the BullCharts User Group meetings. The presentation talks about two position sizing methods: "Fixed Dollar Amount" per trade, and "Fixed Risk Amount" per trade. The latter is based on the so-called "Two Percent Rule".
 
Also see the web page on Optimising Position Sizing.
 
The presentation includes a case study comparison of these two position size approaches, with one of them being a clear winner over the alternative.
 
See the presentation slides at right for all the details. Note that the Premium Member's version includes additional explanatory comments.
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2014 - The Trader's Journey

March 2014

I was invited to present to a small group of private traders in South Yarra, so I put together some key points together related to the typical trader's journey - the progression of learning through various stages:
  • Interest in investing in the markets.
  • Buy a small share parcel (wrong!)
  • Read the news and subscribe to many newsletters.
  • Education - seek to learn more, and more and more...
  • Realise that soem aspects of fundamental analysis are not as reliable as useful as we would hope (and "intrinsic value").
  • Discover that the price charts have stories to tell (technical analysis).
  • Realise the truth about price trends (up trend, down trend).
  • Discover sensible risk and money management techniques.
  • Encounter many different strategies.
  • Offered many other instruments (CFDs, forex, etc.), and bombarded with useless information.
  • Finally pulling it all together.
See the presentation slides at right for all the details. Note that the Premium Member's version includes additional explanatory comments.
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2014 - Market Outlook

16 January 2014

At about this time every year, a number of commentators, economists and analysts come out with their share market forecast for the year ahead.
 
This presentation contains this technical analyst's view of the year ahead - well, in fact, not for the year ahead but for the month's ahead. And beware of the share market bears.
 
See the presentation slides at right for all the details.
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Santa Rally - Fact or Fiction? - The Real Truth

16 January 2014

Every year around Christmas time there is a lot of discussion about the so-called Santa Rally; but is it really true or is it mere fantasy?
 
This short presentation explores this question, and explains two accepted definitions for the term, along with the performance of the Australian market in the last few years.
 
Another question worth pondering is: "is the Santa Rally at all helpful for regular investors?" See the presentation slides for the answer. Also see the Santa Rally web page.
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2013

Exit Strategies

November 2013

When investing in the markets, it is important to liquidate some market positions at the appropriate time, in order to protect our investment capital and profits. But there are many different approaches to doing this, and many possible methods.

This presentation provides an overview to the variety of different exit strategies that can be employed to protect our capital, including:

  • Why we should not be using the "percentage fall" method.
  • Time, clock, or calendar-based exits (based on time of day, or day of week);
  • Price target exits (eg. overhead resistance, measure rule);
  • Money-based exits based on the share price (eg. Stop Loss, Fibonacci extension);
  • Price chart features (eg. break of trend line; change of trend; Lowest Low; Count Back Line(CBL); Reversal patterns);
  • Technical Analysis chart indicator exits (eg. Moving Average, P-SAR, MA cross-over, ATR-based; Hull Range indicator; Berg Volatility Profit Taker).
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(replaced by slides 2014-10 above)


Where's the Market Going?
Markets analysis using "4 Windows" approach
October 2013

This presentation focuses on studying the performance of the Australian market (the All Ordinaries index - XAO) using contemporary technical analysis tools, and Robert's "4-Windows" analysis approach. Topics covered include the following (some of which are the application of Technical Analysis to current charts):
  • The market is like an elephant.Big picture is important, so zoom out because
    the market is like an elephant.
  • Trend lines, Support, Resistance (including the Fat Pencil concept)
  • Chart Patterns
  • Candlestick patterns
  • Stan Weinstein's view - 30 week MA on a weekly chart
  • Chart indicators - Coppock, Momentum, GMMA, Twiggs Money Flow.
  • Volume is important.
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In a falling market (eg. a bear), should we
keep stocks for the dividends? or sell?
(to avoid the impacts of a bear market!)
REVISED - 30 August 2013


This presentation is a revision and update of an earlier presentation that discussed the impacts of a bear market. The GFC that started in early 2008 is now a few years behind us. So it is useful to update the earlier figures that address the question:- "Should I hold my stocks for the dividends? or strategically sell?" Key topics include:
  1. Introduction:
    • The GFC of 2008 - what actually happened?
    • How badly can a bear market treat us?
  2. The hypothetical $100,000 portfolio:
    • Which ten stocks?
    • What's the portfolio value after 3 years?
    • What's the portfolio value after 6 years?
    • How did the dividend payments fare? Win or lose?
This presentation (delivered to U3A Manningham) is based on earlier versions of the "Impacts of a Bear Market" presentation in July 2011 (see below), and  the Newcastle ATAA chapter version on 13 July 2013.
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Aussie Market Update
utilising the "4 Windows" approach
July 2013

A current analysis of the Australian share market studying the All Ordinaries (XAO) index, and utilising the “4 Windows” analysis approach. The analysis includes the use of:
  • Plain price chart, looking for support/resistance, chart patterns, and at big picture.
  • Personally preferred "studies", including Weinstein's 30week MA, Coppock indicator, and candlestick patterns.
  • Personally preferred chart indicators: Momentum, Twiggs Money Flow.
  • Studying volume (because it is important).
Presented to the Brighton StockDoctor group, and is an update of the presentation to the Melbourne ATAA chapter January 2013 meeting.

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The impacts of a bear market
(or "How bad can a bear market treat us?")
REVISED - July 2013


This presentation is a major update to the one from July 2011 (see below), and presented to the Newcastle ATAA chapter on 13 July 2013. The key features:
  1. The GFC of 2008 - what actually happened?
  2. How badly can a bear market treat us?
  3. What damage did the bear do to a typical $100,000 portfolio? What was it's value 3 years later, and then 6 years later (in June 2013)?
  4. What is best? 
  • Hold on for the ride? Or
  • Selectively sell stocks at strategic points to lock in profits?
See the answers in the slides (with discussion in the Premium Member Speaker Notes).
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How to avoid the next GFC & bear market (coming soon)

REVISED - July 2013

This presentation is a major update to the one from July 2011 (see below), and presented to the Newcastle ATAA chapter on 13 July 2013. The key features:
  1. Stan Weinstein's 30-week MA strategy for market awareness and bear avoidance, including how well it foretold the Australian 2008 GFC bear market.
  2. Some technical chart indicators and "divergence", including: Momentum, RSI, and the usefulness of the Wilson ATR Trailing Stop indicator.
  3. Charting software to help spot bear markets.
See the details in the slides (with discussion and charts in the Premium Member Speakers Notes).

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Psychology and emotions of
investing and trading

July 2013

Presented to the Newcastle ATAA Chapter in July 2013, after earlier delivery to the BullCharts User Group June 2013) and Manningham U3A Stockmarket group in November 2012. This is an overview and introduction to this difficult topic relating to the psychology and emotions of investing, and introducing some strategies to overcome them. Introducing the following topics:
  • The brain - functions and deceptions
    (things are not as they seem).
  • Emotions - F, G and H.
  • Cognitive biases
  • Strategies to help combat these.
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Investing Tips and Success Secrets
May 2013

Please note:- This presentation has been updated with a more recent version of the same name listed above.

This presentation to the U3A Manningham (Stockmarket group) in May 2013 was an interactive discussion on two related topics, with reference to two recently new web pages:



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Sharemarket 101
Avoiding the pifall
s to make good profits
February 2013

A 1-hour free presentation at the Box Hill (Whitehorse Manningham) Library 26 February 2013. This session was video recorded (courtesy of Gavin Ash) - see the video in YouTube. There was also a 2-page handout document.

Note: The Slides download at right (for Toolbox Members) includes many more slides (price charts) than were delivered within the one hour presentation.

The topics covered include:
  • Common pitfalls that beset share market investors and traders.
  • Watch out for the furphies (fibs) that get peddled - such as "it is time in the market that is important, because you can't time the market". We know that this axiom is totally false (absolute rubbish).
  • Share Market Success Secrets, and other market tips....
See the video on See the video on YouTube

See the promo flyer here...

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Aussie Markets Update
utilising the
"4 Windows" approach
January 2013

A current analysis of the Australian share market studying the All Ordinaries (XAO) index, and utilising the “4 Windows” analysis approach.

Presented to the Melbourne ATAA chapter January 2013 meeting.



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2012

Psychology and emotions of
investing and trading

November 2012

Presented to the Manningham U3A Stockmarket group in November 2012, this is an overview and introduction to this difficult topic relating to the psychology and emotions of investing, and introducing some strategies to overcome them.

Introducing the following topics:
  • The brain - functions and deceptions
    (things are not as they seem).
  • Emotions - F, G and H.
  • Cognitive biases
  • Strategies to help combat these.
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Follow My Trade - This is Trading in Practise

July 2012

This slide set presentation is a workshop, and is a further update and overhaul of the earlier versions below using the Trading Worksheet handout document.

This set of slides can be used to lead and facilitate a workshop discussion. The "Slides + Speaker Notes" version (for Premium Toolbox members) can be used as a self-study by individuals, covering the following topics:
  • Trade planning - using a Work Sheet.
  • Specifying portfolio and risk management metrics.
  • Choosing a Stop Loss, and recording it.
  • Looking for a Target Price.
  • Calculating Position Size, using the "2% Rule".
  • Setting Trailing Stops.
The slides available here are an updated version of those actually presented in the session, incorporating some useful feedback from the session participants.

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"Reviewing Key Mum and Dad Stocks"
June 2012
Robert prepared some material for publication in the June 2012 monthly edition of the ASX Investor Update newsletter (even if the resulting article headline was a little misleading).

The article is a Technical Analysis review of four key "Mum and Dad" stocks - Commonwealth Bank (CBA), Woolworths (WOW), Telstra (TLS) and Qantas (QAN).

And the article is a realistic case study discussion that demonstrates the key topics: trends, Stop Loss, support and resistance, the semi-log chart, and the 30-week SMA (as per Weinstein).

As usual, the "Slides+Speaker Notes" (for Premium Members) at right include extra notes to help with understanding the short-hand comments on the slides themselves.

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Trading in Practise

May 2012

This slide set presentation is a workshop, and is an updated version of a similar one from late 2010. This one was presented to the BullCharts User Group in May 2012, with the Trading Worksheet handout document.

This workshop will be revised and presented at the Melbourne ATAA meeting in July 2012.

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10
Key Lessons from the Financial Crisis
Revision 7 - May 2012

This presentation is an updated and totally revised and refreshed version of earlier material on this topic. It was presented to the Manningham U3A Stockmarket group on Thursday 10 May 2012. This updated material is quite lengthy (you can tell from the page counts shown at right), and it really needs a session of about 2 hours to present properly, and I tried to squeeze it into only an hour and a quarter (a bit tight).

The Handout download and Slides docs are now available at right, and the Speaker Notes will be available soon.

See more information on this topic on the web here (currently being updated), and the earlier "Beware the Bears..." presentation material below.

The ten key lessons from the GFC are then espoused in some detail. This includes some sample cycles (eg. investment clock, decennial cycle, and property and Presidential cycles).

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"Useful Tips for Managing Risk — Extra Detail"
February 2012

This is an updated and expanded version of the earlier presentation below. This version includes more detail about the low market cap companies, and the high risk (high debt) stocks. It also includes the newer screen shots from the CommSec web site showing how to search for stocks that meet specific fundamental analysis criteria (eg. high ROE, low Debt/Equity, and low PEG ratio).


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"Useful Tips for Managing Risk — A Different View"
January 2012

Take an unfair advantage with a check list of 30 ways to increase your success in the markets. Risk and money management is not discussed much, because many people see it as too hard and too complex; but in this session, Robert lists a number of simple ways that you can increase your chances of success, and studies four of these in detail. This includes consideration of two key Fundamental Analysis criteria as well as very useful Technical Analysis considerations.




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2011

How to preserve capital and minimise losses
(or How to sleep at night - with maximum profits)
September 2011


This is a new presentation that covers two key topics:
  1. Blue chip stocks - they can be disappointing.
    Includes some samples of popular blue chip stocks that fell significantly during the GFC, and many of which are still below their historic highs (eg. Amcor, AMP, ANZ, CSL, Foster, Telstra, Westpac, Woolworths, Woodside). See more details about Disappointing Blue Chips.
  2. How to invest so we can sleep at night
    With consideration of the "Amount to Risk", and careful position size selection (ie. best-practise money management). This includes key material on:
    • Setting Stop Loss
    • The amount of money "at risk"
    • Calculating Position Size
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The impacts of a bear market
(or "How bad can a bear market treat us?")
July 2011


NOTE: This presentation is updated July 2013 above.

This presentation is now the latest version with updated charts of the first half (ie. Part 1) of the earlier "Anti-decimation..." presentation. The key features in this version are:
  1. The GFC of 2008 - what actually happened?
  2. How badly can a bear market treat us?
  3. What damage did the bear do to a typical $100,000 portfolio?
  4. What is best? 
  • Hold on for the ride? Or
  • Selectively sell stocks at strategic points to lock in profits?
See the answers in the slides (with discussion in the Premium Member Speaker Notes).
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How to avoid the next bear market - coming soon
(aka "Anti-decimation" revised)
July 2011

NOTE: This presentation is updated July 2013 above.

This presentation is the latest version with updated charts of the second half (ie. Part 2) of the earlier "Anti-decimation..." presentation. The key features in this version are:
  1. Stan Weinstein's 30-week MA strategy for market awareness and bear avoidance, including how well it foretold the Australian 2008 GFC bear market.
  2. Some technical chart indicators and "divergence", including: Momentum, RSI, and the usefulness of the Wilson ATR Trailing Stop indicator.
  3. Charting software to help spot bear markets.
See the details in the slides (with discussion and charts in the Premium Member Speakers Notes).
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U3A presentation
Candlesticks, Stop Loss, and Contrarian Investing
June 2011


This presentation to the U3A (Manningham) Sharemarket Group (March 2011) was a recap of three topics, plus an introduction to the new material regarding Contrarian Investing Redefined.
A discussion about Candlesticks, Volume and Stop Loss.
Also an introduction to: Contrarian Investing Redefined.

 

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Brainy's Share Market GEMs
(Wall Street Words of Wisdom)


The handout and slides available at right were delivered to the Melbourne ATAA meeting (April 2011), and again to the Perth ATAA (May 2011). They are an updated version of the set delivered to Manningham U3A Sharemarket Group (March 2011).

It can take many years of reading text books and newspapers, attending lectures and seminars, and watching news reports, to hear a number of those very useful “tips” and observations about the share market. We can call them Share Market GEMs, or pearls of wisdom. They might be very useful clichés, adages, proverbs, axioms or infamous Wall Street sayings. BUT, watch out for the furphies!

Over many years, Robert has accumulated a long list of more than 90 of these Share Market GEMs, many of which are great snippets of very useful information. But be careful, because some of the touted Wall Street sayings are actually furphies!

In this presentation Robert shares many of the more useful, and the more contentious, GEMs. “A rising tide lifts all boats” — or does it?  “It's time in the market that is more important, because we can't time the market” — the market professionals who tout this one obviously know nothing about technical analysis. “Sell in May and go away”.  Show me a list of Blue chip shares — are they really “blue chip”? Public floats — a great way to make money (not!). In Australia, a correction or bear market happens on average every 2.9 years, and the market takes an average of 3.2 years to recover to new highs. And did you know that the share market is like an elephant?
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GEMS (preview) + Picking Winners


This presentation to the U3A (Manningham) Sharemarket Group (March 2011) was a preview of the GEMs presentation that is being prepared for delivery to the Melbourne ATAA (April 2011), AND a section on "How to Pick Winners in today's market" - using Robert's Weekly Watch List table as a case study example of how to spot the winners.
 

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Anti-decimation - How to avoid the next GFC (vsn 9b)


Note: This presentation is now superseded
by two separate presentations above.

[posted 16 January 2011 and revised 10 March 2011]
This presentation is the absolute latest, updated, and modified version of the earlier "Anti-decimation..." presentations. This slide set supplants the set from both the Melbourne and Canberra ATAA presentations in late 2010. It was presented to the ATAA Sydney Chapter January 2011, and it was used as the basis of an interactive presentation to the Share Market Investment Club (East Doncaster Uniting Church) in March 2011. Also delivered to the Perth ATAA May 2011. It was originally delivered in a slightly different form to the Melbourne PC User Group WASINT in October 2010.
 

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Trading in Practise - 
A hands-on Workshop for BullCharts users


[posted January 2011]

This is the set of slides that was used at the December Melbourne BullCharts User Group meeting to explain the Trading Work Sheet.

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2010

Blue Chip Price Charts - 
Unlocking the Secrets Using BullCharts software


[posted 15 October 2010]
This presentation is yet another updated/modified version of the "Blue Chip Price Charts - Unlocking the Secrets" presentation listed below. It was delivered to Melbourne PC User Group WASINT on Tuesday 12 October 2010.
 
The content will soon be merged into another one of the recent presentations to eliminate the extra numbers of slide sets.

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Blue Chip Price Charts - Unlocking the Secrets
 

This presentation was delivered Thursday 19 August 2010 to U3A (Manningham) and the ASA (Melbourne). [U3A - University of the Third Age; ASA - Australian Shareholders Association]
 
The session agenda:
  • The GFC — What actually happened?
  • What did this do to our investments?
  • What happened to a representative $100k portfolio?
  • Is there an alternative approach?
  • The crystal ball is real! (charts + indicators)
  • One possible strategy — Robert's "Weekly Watch List"
  • Funda-Technical Analysis — the juicy details.
Download an Extract of the Premium version of  Slides and Speaker Notes - which describes how badly a sample $100,000 portfolio was decimated in the GFC, and a realistic comparison to an alternative investment approach which utilises a strategy of capturing profits by selective sell-off at nominated trigger points. (These slides are included in the free Handouts and in the Slide set but without the Speaker Notes.)
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Share Trading - Case Study (will open in a new window).
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Technical Analysis - What is it?
 

This presentation is now superseded
by the updated version above.

A presentation of 40 minutes duration which is a cut-down version of Robert's 4-hour Technical Analysis Introduction seminar (the seminar runs every second month and is now called "Blue Chip Price Chart Secrets"). These slides are a subset of the full collection of slides in the seminar.

This presentation was delivered to the October 2009 meeting of the Melbourne ATAA. (This pdf file download is about 3.5MB).

The 100+ page handbook from the seminar is also available - in the OnLine Shop, or for Premium Members to download for free (now included with Premium Toolbox membership).
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Share Trading Case Study


A presentation to the Australian BullCharts User Group (26 May 2010), explaining and demonstrating: Trade Entry, Initial Stop Loss, Risk Amount, Target Price, Risk versus Reward, Reward to Risk Ratio, Trailing Stop.




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Investing / Trading Strategy - Case Study


A presentation to the Manningham U3A group (17 June 2010), explaining and demonstrating: Funda-Technical Analysis, the use of technical chart indicators as a high-level market filter, as well as for stock selection for entry, and to specify stock exit strategy.

The Slides+SpeakerNotes Premium Members' version will be available soon.


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How to spot a Bear Market
.

This presentation for the U3A group in Manningham (February 2010) looks at how bad the bear markets can really be, and how to use the Weinstein 30-week SMA, and the Twiggs Money Flow indicator to look out for a bear market.

It uses a key part of Robert's weekly market analysis strategy for analysing the market.

More information about bear markets is here.

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Aussie Bear and Bull Markets Analysis
(Revision 9)

This presentation (January 2010) initially takes a quick look at the newspaper headlines that often seem to contradict each other "market is up 10%...", when it is actually "down 5%...". And it explains that Weekly charts show us different numbers compared to Daily or Monthly charts.

It describes the last 7 bear markets / corrections, and the amount of damage they did - including the amount of time taken to reach new highs. Then it looks at the last 8 bull markets, and the amount of increase. It finishes off by introducing the topic of chart indicators to help identify turning points in the market.

This presentation has developed from the Beware the Bears one below. And it was used to start the Weekly Share Market Analysis that Robert now does on a weekly basis as a part of his own trading strategy. He can share his weekly analysis thoughts with you by email - simply register your interest.

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2009

Beware the Share Market Bears (they are never far away)
 
Revision 6 - Nov 18th 2009

This presentation was originally entitled
"The 10 Key Lessons from the GFC (for Traders and Investors)".
It has been renamed and massively updated.

It provides some background into the GFC of 2008-9, then reminds us that "trends" are important. The ten key lessons from the GFC are then espoused in some detail. This includes some sample cycles (eg. investment clock, decennial cycle, and property and Presidential cycles).

The presentation goes on to provide some technical chart features and indicators that can be used to help identify turning points in the market so that we can be on the lookout for the share market bears.

This presentation has been delivered to: the Manningham U3A, the Melb PC User Group WASINT Special Interest Group and the EIS group (of Phil Anderson) in November 2009.

For some free information on this topic, see Robert's
"The 10 Key Lessons..." web page (the link just above).


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10 Key Lessons from the GFC for investors and traders

May 2009

This session was initially conceived in late 2008 to help answer investors' questions about what actually happened in the infamous GFC, with the bear market crash of 2008.

It provides some background into the GFC, then reminds us that "trends" are important. The ten key lessons from the GFC are then espoused in some detail. This includes some sample cycles (eg. investment clock, decennial cycle, and property and Presidential cycles).

An updated version of this presentation was produced and entitled "Beware the Share Market Bears..." (see above).

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Seven ways to determine a Stop Loss position
 

A presentation to the Australian BullCharts User Group in Melbourne in October 2009. This describes 7 different ways to set a Stop Loss.

Of course, the notion of a Stop Loss is to help minimise losses on an investment if the price moves unfavourably. And it is to help protect profits if/as the price action moves favourably. The information in the presentation applies to both the Initial Stop, and to Trailing Stops. This is explained in the first few slides.

The presentation goes on to describe a number of different ways to determine a stop loss level.

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2007 - 2008

BullCharts - Author Strategy - Stan Weinstein
 

A presentation delivered to the Melbourne BullCharts User Group in January 2008.

This presentation introduces the concept of Author Strategies in the BullCharts charting software, and in particular Stan Weinstein's concepts as explained in his best selling book "Secrets for Profiting in Bull and Bear Markets". These concepts include Stan Weinstein's Stage Analysis, and using a BullCharts Scan to search for stocks in a specific Market Stage.

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How to implement your Trading Strategy
in Charting Software (eg. BullCharts)


A presentation delivered to the July 2008 meeting of the Melbourne ATAA. 

This presentation starts off with some details about Trading Plans, which every trader should have. Then it covers the topics of trade entry, stops, and periodically revising stops.

One question for traders is the issue of how to monitor an open trade, and review the progress and raise trailing stops.

All these aspects are covered with reference to a realistic Trading Strategy example and uses a Watchlist, a Market Scan, and setting the price target.

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MACD - Introduction
 

A simple presentation to introduce the MACD technical indicator, and the MACD Histogram, first delivered to the BullCharts User Group in February 2007, and repeated with updates in April 2011.

MACD - what is it? and how is it derived? This is covered in the first few slides, including the calculation for the Fast line and the Slow Signal line. It goes on to cover the MACD Histogram, and additional observations. Also see in the eBook Articles (especially TA-4230).


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Stop Loss - Introduction
 

A simple presentation to introduce the concept of Stop Loss, and how to implement it, delivered to the BullCharts User Group in March 2007.

The presentation also considers some of the possible triggers for people to make share purchases, and some triggers for selling. Knowing this can help us to set a better stop loss position.

Three stop loss approaches are covered - the P-SAR (Parabolic SAR) indicator,  ATR and the Wilson ATR Trailing Stop, and Daryl Guppy's Count Back Line (CBL). More details on these topics in the eBook Articles.

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