|"Phyllis Bergquist" <email@example.com>
|Fri, 23 Feb 2001 13:21:27 +1300
I am not only a member I am enthusiastic about T/Analysis as an assistance to managing personal finances.
I am convinced that it is infinitely preferable to makes one's own mistakes and learn by recognising where
the error lay. Fundamentals are not ignored by any means.....
The meetings have a strong educational theme and members themselves discuss an interesting co. and how
they see it and are outstandingly honest in their own actions.
Interestingly last evening Tim Preston of Asbsecurities who spoke excellently and clearly on all aspects
gave us a succinct rundown of the Montana saga. I don't recall the exact figures but in the matter of "waivers"
the Brits made 1 waiver and our stock exchange made an incredible number over the past year...
Perhaps someone else knows the number.
The three guests we have to speak at our March meeting are outstanding in their field of expertise. They
are each one practising traders. Dr Alex Elder popularly known and has given a Seminar here 1997.
His book Trading for a Living I would make a small wager is on 90% of traders shelves. Colin is, I think,
getting toward a book and writes in Australian shares periodicals and on the Internet sites also. Chuck LeBeau
is a prominent writer and speaker. I hope to get his book very shortly and hope Vic will write an review
I have to admit that Trading for a Living opened my eyes and ears and a few brain cells (and shortly thereafter
propogated a few extra ones). I would put it first - it also has a "system" easily followed but which takes time to
trade it with experience and ones's own personal touches. A system has to belong to the person for psychological
I had better stop here - I am a missionary in this instance. Phyllis.
PS We did some work for an educational page - may be on Sharechat Website somewhere.