Regional Chapters

While the regular monthly STA meetings are held in London, there are also chapters in Scotland and Ireland. The Scottish Chapter is currently run by Alasdair McKinnon and the Irish Chapter by Robert Reid.

Should you wish to get in touch with Robert Reid or be interested in running an STA chapter, please contact Katie Abberton at info@nullsta-uk.org.

Chapters are supported by the STA Board and Administration, who help with mail shots, finance and, where possible, in the provision of speakers for the meetings.

Previously there have been occasional chapter meetings in other locations, notably in the Manchester area, but we are currently short of volunteers who would be prepared to organise such meetings ‘on the ground’.

If you would be interested in running a chapter in your area, please contact Katie at info@nullsta-uk.org.

STA Northern England and Welsh Chapters

The STA is interested in promoting meetings in the North of England and in Wales. If you would like to participate in these as an Associate or a Full Member of the STA, please contact Katie Abberton at STA Administrative Services.

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Next STA Meeting

STA Monthly Meeting – February 2019

Tuesday 12th February 2019 at 6.30pm

Speaker

Kevin Bull, Founder, FXtradingcompany.com

Price does not align to time

Kevin will look to demonstrate what it is he looks for when placing a trade. This includes market entry point, stop and target calculations. There are only 4 trades that are ever placed.

In addition, this will include the frustrations experienced by the format that traditional charting packages use. This is always a series of open, high, low and closing price data. Traditionally bar charts and or candle sticks.

Kevin has a view that many aspects of Technical Analysis remain in their “infancy”. Market movement understanding is not common. Kevin is also of the belief that markets do not reflect “mass psychology”. That markets are mathematical, not psychological.

Kevin has the viewpoint that the format that price data is viewed in is simply incorrect. Data becomes a by-product of your chosen time frame. Time frame does not change market position. Time would need to align to your chosen time frame to be relevant, which it does not.

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