This episode takes us to the heart of technical analysis with a pioneer of charting, Dawn Bolton-Smith. Hear stories of her incredible career and predictions she made on the biggest booms in history. Also get inspired to diagnose your fears with Louise to move into your greatness.
Market Wrap with Aaron Lynch
The US market snoozed this week with a sideways pattern, while the Aussie market continued its own sideways dance. Aaron Lynch’s advice is that the markets will be harder to trade through the rest of 2014 so be prepared to go short as well as long.
Aaron Lynch is a Market Analyst at OptionsXpress Australia by Charles Schwab and Chief Strategist for Safety in the Market. He has presented seminars around the globe based on a technical approach to trading primarily in the commodities sector.
Follow your trading plans and wait like a sniper for the opportunities to come to you. Also find out what opportunities he is investigating.
Dawn Bolton Smith
As the pioneer of technical analysis in Australia, Dawn Bolton Smith is trading royalty. She has been trading for over 50 years and has predicted every major high and low of the Australian market.
After September 11, 2001, The Melbourne Age printed a full-page photograph of her holding a crystal ball, which pretty much sums this lady up.
Hear highlights of her incredible 50-year career including her predictions of the nickel booms in the 1960s to her exact pinning of the GFC in 2008. Listen to her worst loss in the markets and why charts are beautiful works of art to her.
Mindpower with Louise Bedford
Louise insists we take back our power and get real about fear. De-tooth this sucker by diagnosing the type of fear that holds you back and hear strategies to pull you forward into your greatness.
Caroline Stephen’s popular segment on Trading Trivia will help you find out about the smallest stock exchange in the world. You’ll be surprised at the results.
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