After being appointed Gold Sponsor of the 2014 ATAA National Conference in Melbourne, Invast Australia will be hosting the June ATAA meeting in Sydney, allowing those passionate about technical analysis to learn from the industry's best traders.
Invast Australia is proud to host the Australian Technical Analysis Association (ATAA) monthly meetings in their luxurious Circular Quay offices overlooking spectacular Sydney Harbour. The ATAA is the leading technical analysis association in Australia and is dedicated to promoting the correct use of technical analysis to both new and experienced traders alike.
Invast Australia Managing Director, Gavin White stated "The ATAA has always been considered the experts in the field of educating and promoting the art and science of technical analysis to tens of thousands of traders across Australia and it is with great pleasure that we are hosting the next Sydney get-together."
"As the recent Gold sponsor of the 2014 ATAA National Conference in Melbourne, we saw firsthand the depth of knowledge and experience of the guest speakers and the membership cohort of the Australian Technical Analysis Association and so it was a natural progression for us to make our offices available to the group for their Sydney conferences."
"Like Invast, the ATAA is at the forefront of the online trading industry. Working together will bring benefits to both of our client bases", commented White.
With speakers as renowned as the internationally acclaimed Dr Van Tharp presenting at recent ATAA events in Sydney, the NSW chapter of the ATAA has developed a strong and growing membership. If you would like to know more about joining the ATAA, visit their website for more information.
During the June ATAA meeting in Sydney you will hear from Mr Marc Chandler, the Sydney Chapter President, who will share his thoughts on the current events impacting global markets. In addition, there will be a special guest presentation by Mr Vito Henjoto, Chief Technical Analyst at Invast Australia. Mr Henjoto, a world renowned expert of the Japanese technical analysis method, Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, will be giving an interesting insight into the use of the "Ichi Moku Cloud" in determining entry and exit points and simplifying your trading decisions on a daily basis.
For more information on Invast and to view the full list of upcoming events in Sydney, go to http://www.invast.com.au/seminars