March 15 - 17, 2020 | New York

Workshop Details

Tues., Mar. 12, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

Mastering the What, How, & When with Investments and Their Executions*

In this Master Class, Raymond Rondeau, technical analyst and contributing editor, AAII Computerized Investing , will focus on the often-overlooked When and How areas of trading and investing, and then contour that material to the What for the current market environment. Included will be analysis on a number of the most widely traded investment vehicles in today's markets and a live attendee's choice stock analysis session.

Beginning material will include some basics on portfolio creation, calculating appropriate position sizes, diversifications, and the basic elements of creating attainable returns with a primary focus on risk. Also, in this section will be a segment showing a number of "tricks of the trade" on various order types to attain more favorable prices and gain more execution control.

Two special segments will also be included: In the first segment, Ray will look at how index investors can gain a mathematical advantage (and improved returns) by exploiting pricing inefficiencies in certain investment vehicles. In the second segment, Ray will look at some tools and methods to capture dividends more efficiently.

Then to the primary focus of this class, how to definitively locate sound, tangible, and logical investment entry and exit prices. Target selections will be based on a variety of methods, including chart reading, key price patterns, spotting price manipulations, technical indicators, and certain key fundamental measurements.

For those who emphasize indicators, statistics from Ray's AAII Classic Technical Indicator series of articles will be provided. This will include analysis on every stock in the S&P 500 over a 10-year period. Detailed statistics and rankings of the best-performing and the specific methods and exact parameters on RSI, stochastics, MACD, and Bollinger Bands will be reported.

Lastly, Ray will look at the often-overlooked element of intuition by observation and reasoning. This is an area that many professional investors put a lot of weight into, especially with regard to price/news-event and price/derivative divergences. This all leads to Ray's 10 Classic Sell Signals-a checklist of the 10 things that an investor should look for and that could be indicating that their stock may be heading for a significant decline.

$299 per person if purchased by February 28; $349 per person if purchased after February 28. Includes refreshments.

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Raymond Rondeau

Senior Technical Analyst & Contributing Editor, AAII Journa

AAII - American Association of Individual Investors