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Long Island Stock Traders Monthly Meetup


 CHANGED AGENDA    (Speaker from David Lerner did not confirm his appearance) 

1.      Jim De Franco – State of the Market.  

2.      He will also continue with his regular weekly mini lesson on a technical indicator. This meeting will be on the MACD

3.      Bob Ehrler – Will give a brief lesson on the use of Candlesticks for finding winning stocks.


4.      You will find out where to find good fundament stocks and then when to buy them by using technical analysis. Free sites such as, TC 2000, and Finviz and other sites will be be discussed.

5.       How to start a Risk Management trading strategy.

6.       Many of the above discussions will be intermingled with input from other seasoned traders in the audience. Novice traders will have many of their questions answered.

7.       This will be a good mix of seasoned and novice traders   A meeting not to miss.


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  • James De F.

    A goog presentation was given by Bob Ehrler on the different aspects of Candlesticks charting. It was well received by the attendees.

    July 9, 2013

  • Alan G.

    Bob Ehrler presented candlesticks and showed an interesting video about using candlesticks and stochastics and gap trading to predict moves
    Jim interacted with the audience and presented some financial websites -,,,, to access some lists for trade ideas. He went over point and figure charts, and using Excel sorting techniques to filter the stock ideas.

    An idea for attendees of future meetings, it would be great if members would prepare a list of their favorite websites you use, (free tools are the best) to share with the club. We can call them out and visit them, possibly discovering some great new tools.

    July 9, 2013

  • George T.

    Learned more this mtg because of the excellent interaction among the attendees

    July 9, 2013

  • Pat E.

    Thank you for the great information!

    July 8, 2013

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