J2 Lecture Theatre
Epsom Campus
74 Epsom Avenue, EPSOM
Parking: Gate 3 (ample parking)

WHEN: Thursday 20 November 2008 (3rd Thursday)

Time: 7:15pm for 7:30 start

Chairman: Derek Stubbs for AGM

• Apologies
• Confirm the minutes of the Annual General Meeting 2007
• Matter arising from these Minutes
• Receive the report from the President
• Receive the Annual Audited Accounts of the Society
• Confirmation of Auditor
• Election of Officers and Committee.
• Consider any general business of the society
• please note : Only member of the society may vote at the meeting
(We are looking for officers of the Committee as three members of the officers are standing down so please be involved and offer your services – the committee will assist you if you need it seconded)

Regular Meeting: Keynote Presentation: Shaun Evans

“Trade to Win and with Minimal Stress”

Come and listen to Shaun Evans present on his trading style.

Shaun is a Kiwi based in Wellington who has been trading financial markets for nearly 30 years. He is highly qualified and experienced in all facets of financial markets and has been using technical analysis for about 20 years.

Shaun will share with you a trading style that is used by few and provides an enjoyable and profitable trading style.

Shaun mainly trades FX markets but his trading techniques can be applied to other asset classes including equities.

What you will learn:
• Safe trading without stops – no he is not mad – he just uses another risk strategy
• Why he trades the fx markets
• Combining a few key technical indicators – MACD, DMI, Elder Ray, RSI, Bollinger, SAR and pivots to provide confidence in decisions
• Back-testing
• Oscillating v trend trading

Shaun is a captivating speaker who will provide you with interesting insights into trading.

Presentation will be 1 hour
Q&A for 30 minutes

Please invite your friends to come.

DVDs and Videos will be available to hire.

Coffee and biscuits follow the meeting where it is an opportunity to talk to other members. The committee looks forward to seeing you and remember visitors are always welcome.