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PERTH ATAA – Australian Technical Analysts Association

March 16, 2017




Visitors are always welcome. First meeting is free, then visitors fee is $40.

No booking required – just checkin at the registration desk on the night.

Perth – Thursday 16th March at 5:45pm for 6:00pm

Duration: 1 Hour 30 Minutes

Venue: St. Catherine’s College, corner of Stirling Highway and Winthrop Avenue, Crawley (entrance off Stirling Highway). Click here to view map .

Please note Parking Arrangements at St Catherine’s

The Front Car Park is for now available for meeting attendees. A permit which is available at the ATAA meeting reception desk must be displayed on the dash of the vehicle. All vehicles parked on St Catherine’s grounds must display a permit to avoid a fine. Free parking is still available in the three hour bays along Park Road and outside the UWA Recreation Centre.

Additional Parking at St Catherine’s

Additional parking is now availableClick here to view map.

6:15pm: Welcome and Announcements


Special Guest Speaker – David Hunt. 

Topic:  Mistakes I made in 2016 and what I learnt from them!  What you need to succeed and keep some money in your pocket at the very least.

Topic Overview:  Trading is a very difficult business and most people fail i.e. lose money and or give up because they do not do their homework or manage their positions and trade management does not exist.

When you are at an ATAA meeting you will probably find that the person sitting next to you is either statistically likely to be either

1. Losing money
2. Not trading at all

A reason for this is they have not used all of the tools as Mr WD Gann has taught.

There are other reasons for this but more at my presentation, here’s is what will be covered.

1. Time Analysis – So you know when to step in and step up.
2. Price Analysis – So you know where to step in and step up.
3. Pattern Analysis – Where you can see what the mass of losers are doing.
4. Entry Techniques – So you have good trade location and good risk reward.
5. Trade Management and Position Stripping – So you milk the market without
giving away your best positions.
6. Exit management and Strategies – So you don’t blindly get out at the
wrong time only to see the trade go on without you and you miss out on
heaps of cash.


David Hunts’ specialties are Market Analysis, Charting, Elliott Wave Trading, WD Gann, Market Timing, Market Forecasting and ASX Share Market Advice.

A Founding Member of the ATAA and APTA and Lecturer in Trading Securities Institute of Australia, the experience David Hunt bases his expertise on is impressive and with over 35 years stock market investing and trading and 27 years Corporate Market experience trading and investing in currencies, ASX shares, commodities, interest rates, bonds, U.S. stocks, and futures, David Hunt has traded for fund managers, investment banks and large corporations including CIG Ltd, AUSSAT, Macquarie Bank, Qantas, RSB Morgans, Bloom Financial, BBY, ANZ and assorted Funds Management.

Author of “The Gann Analysis” for the Australian Securities Institute, “The Wiley Trading Guide II”, multiple other trading and trading related publications and his most recent publication “INVESTorTRADE”, a regular Australian Shares Report ASX by David Hunt.  http://www.australiansharesreport.com.au.

Dawn-Bolton Smith, (Australia’s longest surviving Technical Analyst)  “Your Trading Edge Magazine” considers David Hunt to be “Australias’ Top Market” and “One of the Top Three Chartists in the World.

Larry Williams, the famous Master Trader and Author who turned $10,000 into $1.1 Million in one year calls David Hunt “A Walking Encyclopedia of Trading Knowledge.”

Principal of his elite traders group “PROFIT HUNTERS GROUP” https://www.profithunters.com.au David Hunt is unashamedly devoted to, in his own words, “Milking the Markets”.

Powerful in both bull and bear markets, David Hunt is recognized within the industry for his 100% independent and completely unbiased “Shrewd Stock Market Investment Mindset’, “His Brilliant Trading Mind and his ability to skilfully and generously pass on his expertise, knowledge and advice without fear, favour or bias.

David’s mission is to help people set people on the path to trading with common sense, confidence and control by arming them with powerful trading tools, knowledge, training, support and his expert advice.

Dedicated, passionate and committed to serving his clients who range from every day working class people who are just starting out in the Stock Markets to Investors, Traders, Do-It-Yourself Self-Managed Super Fund Owners and Professional Fund Managers, Stock Brokers, Advisors and Financial Planners, David Hunt works tirelessly to protect his clients and help them thrive and prosper in both rising and falling markets.

David Hunt…

Founding Member   Australian Technical Analysts Association ATAA and APTA

Vice President and Director Australian Professional Analysts Association APTA

Speaker International Federation of Technical Analysts Association IFTA

Lecturer in Trading Securities Institute of Australia

Former House Trader Proprietary and Strategic Trader  Macquarie Bank

Former Forex Treasury Manager  Qantas

Over 30 years Corporate Market Experience  CIG Ltd, AUSSAT, Macquarie Bank, Qantas, Assorted Funds Management

Author The Gann Analysis for the Australian Securities Institute

Author Wiley Trading Guide II and multiple other trading and trading related publications.

Author INVESTorTRADE, An Australian Shares Report ASX by David Hunt

Diploma Financial Services (Financial Planning) from PS 146 Batchelor of Commerce Honours

Masters of Commerce University of NSW

David Hunt is known within the industry as…

The Bell Ringer:  “The Financial Review”

The Advisor to the Advisors: “Australian Men’s Living Magazine”

A Walking Enclyopedia of Trading Knowledge – Master Trader Larry Williams

Australias’ Top Market Timer and one of the Top 3 Chartists in the World – Dawn Bolton-Smith -Australia’s longest surviving Technical Analyst – “Your Trading Edge Magazine”

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8.00 for 8.15 pm – After Meeting Dinner

Tiamo Restaurant (200m walk up Hampden Road).

Further Information:

Derek Locke: 0447 744 493

Julian Burridge: 08 9284 2092

Future meetings: Usually the 3rd Thursday of each month


March 16, 2017
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Perth: ATAA – Australian Technical Analysts Association
St. Catherine’s College, corner of Stirling Highway and Winthrop Avenue, Crawley
PERTH, WA Australia
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