Julian McCree

Julian McCree

Julian, a graduate in Business Finance, has been a proprietary trader for over 15 years. He trades the interest rate, foreign exchange and stock markets. During his career he has spent time working for HSBC, Citibank and Erste Bank.

Presentations for the STA

STA Monthly Meeting September 2008 Trading with Technicals – finding the edge

Julian will outline some of the methods he uses to trade and how he applies technical analysis across a range of markets and timeframes. He will illustrate how he identifies the “price acceleration” trades which make the easiest positive returns. He will also discuss the more aggressive approach that comes from managing a leveraged trading portfolio and the emphasis that is placed on money management.

STA Monthly Meeting October 2004 Technical Analysis and Leveraged Trading

Julian will outline some of the methods he uses to trade and how he applies technical analysis across a range of markets and timeframes. He will illustrate how he identifies the “ price acceleration “ trades which make the easiest positive returns.

The approach will outline the more aggressive approach that comes from managing a leveraged trading portfolio and the emphasis that is placed on money management. Julian will also refresh the money management techniques he showed members when last he addressed the STA in May 2002. He will explain why he spends much of his time in perfecting these instead of trying to find the “perfect” entry system.

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STA Monthly Meeting – July (via Webinar)

Tuesday 7th July 2020 at 6.30pm

Speaker

David Keller CMT, Chief Market Strategist, StockCharts.com

The Five Modes of Mindful Investors

A mindful investor is aware of behavioural biases and actively works to minimise their impact. During this presentation, Dave will use current charts to discuss how to recognise, restrain, respect, review, and reflect- the “five modes of mindful investors”- as a methodology to systematically identify common misbehaviors, adjust for them, and improve one’s trading results for much better returns.

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