An Introduction to Technical Analysis

1:00 pm AEST
Your home or office, Australia

This presentation includes:

  • How technical analysis can help you with the timing of entry and exits to financial markets

    • Applying the concept of price action

    • Many technical analysis tools are derived from the simple concepts of SUPPORT and RESISTANCE

    • How charts provide a powerful visual aid to investing plans

    Time permitting, you can request a technical analysis of your financial investments including shares, ETFs and other financial instruments.

Guest Presenters

  • Darryl Nagel, board member of the Australian Technical Analysts Association and President of the Sydney Chapter

    Darryl Nagel

    Darryl Nagel started trading and investing in financial markets in 1986 and still actively trades and invests today.

    After he retired as a corporate lawyer for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in 2005, he was approached by an Australian education company to teach traders how to invest and trade using technical analysis. Subsequently, he has taught thousands of students for several education companies in Australia and overseas.

    Darryl continues as an educator in trading the financial markets up to the present time.

    He also lectures in subjects of interest to trustees of Australian Self-Managed Superannuation Funds.

    For several years Darryl was a guest panellist on the SKY Business Channel as a specialist technical analyst. Lately has been a panellist on Ausbiz.

    He attained a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Sydney majoring in psychology. Currently, he is enrolled at CQ University to obtain his PhD on the question of does the application of probability theory by financial investors result in superior decision making and less emotions?

    Darryl has been a lecturer and tutor at the University of Western Sydney in Business Law.

    He has ASIC recognised RG146 qualifications in the major trading instruments including derivatives.

    Currently, Darryl is a board member of the Australian Technical Analysts Association and President of the Sydney Chapter.