How to Trade with Candlesticks & Chart Patterns
Seminar Fee: $35*/ *Early bird price valid 5 June 2019 (U.P. $40)
Candlestick charts are recorded as the oldest type of charts used for price prediction. They date back to the 1700’s, when they were used for predicting rice prices. This method of technical analysis developed by the Japanese to analyze the price of rice contracts is called candlestick charting.
Japanese Candlestick Charting is one of the most popular trading tools, it is great for traders who want an extra edge in trading, simply because candlestick charting represents the study of pure price action. It takes into account the price range, the relative positions of its open, high, low, and close (OHLC) prices.
Over the last few decades, traders have begun to use candlestick charts far more frequently than any other technical analysis tool. Candlestick charts have a simple, easy-to-analyze appearance and provide more detailed information about the market that makes them easy to read and interpret.
Beginner traders often take excessive, expensive and unnecessary risks hoping to have higher returns, simply because they enter the market without the necessary knowledge and trading edge.
This workshop offers an overview on both the driving forces (supply and demand) of the market as well as the effects of market psychology. Understanding market psychology allows traders to have a better idea of the human emotions involved in making buying and selling decisions. This helps traders to trade in the market effectively.
Beginner traders and investors. Novices without any trading experience and knowledge of technical analysis. Anyone interested in markets, trading and investing are also welcome to register for the workshop.
*Participants who have completed this workshop, they will be entitled to enjoy the special discounted rate of S$288 (usual rate is S$328) to attend the intermediate course on “Candlestick and Technical Analysis Charting Techniques” which will be conducted by the same trainer, Mr Clement Wong.
- The Difference Between Trading and Investing
- The Unique Advantages of Candlestick Charting
- Reading and Interpreting a Candlestick Chart
- Key to Candlestick Charting Techniques
- Sixteen Major Candlestick Signals
- The Single Candlestick Patterns
- Two-Stick Candles Patterns’ Formations and Psychology
- Three-Stick Candles Patterns’ Formations and Psychology
- Candlestick Pattern’s Gap Analysis
- Bullish & Bearish Candlestick Reversal Pattern Formations
- The Candlestick Patterns for Price Action Analysis Used by Traders
- Traders’ Psychology
- Real Chart Examples on SGX Listed Shares
Mr Clement Wong has more than 20 years of wealth experience dealing in stocks and shares. As a professional trainer for the Singapore Exchange (SGX), he has been conducting seminars and courses in English and Mandarin in the areas of Fundamental and Technical Analysis for Shares Investing, Portfolio Management and various other finance and investment related training programmes since 2007.
Mr Wong has been invited by SGX to give presentation on ETFs to investing public at “My Money” investors’ education series organized by MoneySENSE. On May 2017, SGX in conjunction with Lianhe Zaobao jointly organised the launching of the Chinese investment hand book “自学成财” which was published by Lianhe Zaobao, Mr Wong was invited by SGX to give presentation on “Stock Market Outlook” to the investing public at this launching event. In the following month, Lianhe Zaobao and SGX jointly held another investment seminar at the Singapore Book Fair, Mr Wong was once again invited to give a presentation on “Is it a good time to invest in the local stock market”.
Mr Wong has also been invited many times to give presentation on the technical and fundamental aspects of equity and securities investment for members of the Technical Analysts Society of Singapore. He was also invited to speak at Bursa Malaysia, INVEST fair, INVEST Conference etc and was invited to give commentary on regional stock markets via MediaCorp’s “Capital 958 radio” investment programme. Mr Wong holds a Master of Business Administrations (MBA) from the University of Queensland, Australia.
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(Operating Hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm)
Terms and Conditions
Singapore Exchange reserves the right to make changes to the time, date, syllabus, speakers, venue or cancel the course if warranted by circumstances beyond its control.
Cancellation and Transfer Policy
Cancellation for a registration must be made in writing at least 10 business days before the event and a refund (less a 10% administrative fee of total course fee) will be made. No refunds will be given for cancellations received less than 10 business days prior to the event. All requests for replacement must be made in writing at least 3 business days prior to the event.
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