NOTICE OF AUGUST MEETING
Epsom Community Centre.
200 – 206 Gillies Avenue, near the corner of Gillies Avenue and Kimberley Road.
Park in the lower car park with access off Kimberley Road
When: Wednesday 1 August 2012
Time: 7:15pm for 7:30 start
Presenter: Nick Radge
Topic: Protect your capital in a bear market
In this enlightening presentation, Nick will highlight a simple yet very effective technique to help you manage your exposure to bull and bear markets. A few easy rules can help ensure you stay fully invested during the good times, yet revert to cash during nasty events like 2008. Whether you hold a portfolio of direct shares or a portfolio of managed funds, this simple strategy can greatly enhance your risk adjusted returns with mimimal work, effort and expense.
A Fully Disclosed Momentum Strategy
In this seminar, Nick Radge will fully disclose an active investment strategy that can be easily implemented without a great deal of time or cost. If you control your own capital or manage your own SMSF, then this is a seminar you can’t afford to miss. Many investors would argue that the 2008 stock market decline, when global markets dropped 50%, demonstrated why a robust and historically proven alternative investment strategy is desperately needed. Nick’s Momentum Investing Strategy is ideally suited to growth orientated investors wanting to move away from ‘Buy and Hold’ and find a refuge from sustained bear market events like we saw in 2008. It will greatly benefit those wanting a strategy that has been statistically proven to work rather than being ‘traditionally accepted’ to work – the goal is to offer an alternative to traditional investment methods.
Nick Radge is a professional trader, educator and author – who has been trading and investing since 1985. During this time Nick has worked for numerous international investment banks – from the trading floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange to International Desks in London and Singapore. In 1998 Nick returned to Australia and started a hedge fund. Nick now devotes all his time to The Chartist – a stock market advisory service – and trading