Simple, Practical Technical Analysis Techniques for Everyday Investors
Raymond Rondeau, President, Q-Prime²
Saturday, September 8 at 10:00AM
$5 at the door for everyone. No advanced reservations.
Most investors diligently research the markets, the various asset classes and the individual stocks that they want to invest in, but put less emphasis on timing and investment management. Raymond Rondeau will focus on a number of simple, practical and applicable techniques and strategies that all investors (including mutual fund-only investors) can utilize effectively to reduce risk and enhance related returns. These tools that Rondeau will cover can be found free on the internet and take just a little time to analyse a portfolio or an investment for position management. He will also analyse any market or stock you desire in a live stock analysis session.
Attend This Meeting and Learn
- The 10 classic signs that your stock may be in serious trouble and heading for a significant decline
- The key signals that long-term investors (including mutual fund investors) need to know to protect their portfolios
- How to effectively use technicals to locate strategic buy and sell execution prices
About our Speaker
Raymond Rondeau is the president of Q-Prime², where he has given over 160 instructional lectures and workshops across the country on technical analysis, trading and investing strategies. He is a contributing writer for Computerized Investing where he is currently authoring the “Classic Technical Indicator” series. His articles have been widely distributed in the Computerized Investing, Yahoo Finance, Nasdaq.com and the Index Universe (now ETF.com) where he wrote the weekly investment column “Rondeau’s Roundup.” Rondeau can also be heard on his internet radio investment show, Market Mavens, on the UR Business Network where he is the financial division managing director. He is a TradeStation Easy Language programmer, oversees an advanced trading group that meets at MIT in Cambridge and is president of both the AAII Boston Chapter and the AAII South/Central New England Chapter.