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Special Speakers Meeting: Stanley Dash from TradeStation

  • Jul 9, 2013 · 6:30 PM
  • Building E51, Room 315

Please RSVP!  There will be Pizza at 6:30!

MIT Building 51, Room 315 map -> http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=E51

70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA (Entrance at 2 Amherst Street)

(Parking behind the building, or one block West off Amherst Street on Hayward)

  

Navigating a Tricky Market, Market Outlook Talk

by Stanley Dash, VP, Applied Technical Analysis, Trade Station

 

 

Stanley Dash will review current market conditions from a technical analysis perspective. 

·         US stocks -- market internals, divergences and long-term valuation

·         Sector rotation – where are we now?

·         Interest rates – cycles in Treasury yields, and key levels to watch

·         Gold – technical conditions and futures Commitments of Traders data

·         Intermarket correlations – what do they say about the markets and the economy?

·         Ideas and techniques for short-term traders 

Stan’s group, known as TradeStation Labs, uses both custom and conventional tools to create commentary and white papers; he show where to find these as well as additional commentary and backgrounders on the TradeStation Labs web pages.   

Stanley Dash is Vice-president, Applied Technical Analysis, at TradeStation, where he heads the TradeStation Labs initiative.  He and his group support active and institutional traders with analytical tools and education designed to help them be more effective traders. 

Mr. Dash began his career on Wall Street with E. F. Hutton & Co. in 1975.  His experience includes institutional and retail trading, management, and compliance.  Mr. Dash was also an active floor trader at one of the leading U.S. futures and options exchanges.  He has worked at TradeStation since 1997.    

Mr. Dash has done training and speaking for the New York Institute of Finance and the Institute for Financial Markets.  He has written and lectured on topics including stocks, futures, options and technical analysis.  He has been quoted by Investor’s Business Daily, USA Today, TheStreet.com, Reuters, and the BBC, and has appeared on FoxNews.com Live and Fox News Radio Network.  Mr. Dash is also an affiliate of the Market Technicians Association.

 

MIT Building 51, Room 315  map ->  http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=E51

70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA (Entrance at 2 Amherst Street)

(Parking behind the building, or one block West off Amherst Street)

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If you have a friend you talk stocks with, bring them with you! Food or drinks are not allowed in any MIT meeting room. We strongly urge each person to make his or her own decisions about investing their money. Investment ideas and recommendations made during our meetings and in our online dialogs bear no liability by anyone. This is a free and open meeting. No membership is required, but please RSVP.

 

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  • Scalper

    I spoke with Stanley this morning (about a unique issue I encountered) and while talking about various items, I asked him about whether he might consider a future, longer event sometime in the Boston area focused on the TradeStation platform, maybe EasyLanguage, etc.
    He said if enough us wanted to get together and cover the travel & location expense, he could probably arrange it. So if anyone is interested (and willing to share the expense), chime in.
    Penny

    1 · July 31, 2013

  • Scalper

    Super bummer ... I'm kicking myself! I've been so tied up helping my elderly mom that I completely missed noticing this event. Stanley is a great guy and a great speaker. I wished I could have been there. I've used TradeSation for many years and Stanley has been a great teacher and very helpful, too.

    July 30, 2013

  • Glen H.

    Great speaker. Very worthwhile.

    July 12, 2013

  • Francisco Ferro de B.

    After arriving in Boston from Portugal just 4 days ago, it was great to find a group like the Boston Investor's Group.
    Regarding the meetup, I think it was interesting and with just the right depth of contents. It was a refreshing view of current market conditions seen through technical analysis.

    July 10, 2013

    • George A . C.

      Welcome and I hope to meet you some time and exchange ideas about technical analysis and trading.

      July 11, 2013

  • kevin c.

    I liked Stans presentation a lot. Great speaker. As I recall his bar breakout (unusual time frame) for charts was a great approach. Wish I could have written faster to get it all down! My other take away was the Commitments of Traders Report.

    Jeff and Mary thanks for dinner and organizing the Meet-up!

    kc

    July 10, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Stan did a great job of showing the depth of the TS platform. His presentation was easy to follow. It may have been too advanced for some in the audience. The pizza was very good, and appreciated by everybody I talked to. The entire evening was time well spent.

    July 10, 2013

  • Peter O

    Very organized and well presented. Stanley provived a fresh angle on some familiar tools (such as RSI) and also provided additional ways to anaylyze the broader markets employing extra data sources and the TradeStation platform. I look forward to downloading the materials he covered in the meeting from the TradeStation site.

    July 10, 2013

  • Craig C.

    Thought his presentation was pretty good. While loaded with charts and tech content rich, he set up and delivered the material effectively and walked the audience through it while thoughtfully monitoring audience comprehension and elaborating where necessary.

    1 · July 10, 2013

  • James Y.

    The subject was advanced for me; nevertheless, I was not attracted to the style that Mr. Dash uses.

    Trade Station was generous to provide pizza and soft drinks.

    July 9, 2013

  • James Y.

    (no comment.)

    July 8, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Tuesday meetings aren't good for me in July but I will definitely come in August

    July 8, 2013

  • kevin c.

    looking forward to it!

    July 8, 2013

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