gold review by scott goddard
Technical analyst at the chartist
Welcome to Noosapalooza 2017. I’ve been the business and Client Liaison manager at The Chartist for 19 years. When Nick and I first started the business we went by the name Reef Capital Coaching. Back then we were running an online business selling a single product – a course called Building a Profitable Trading Plan Using Technical Analysis which is still available to our members today within the Community. Nick was the technical analyst and with my business degree and background in personnel and administration we made a great team.
Hi my name's Nick Radge, Head of Trading and Research at The Chartist. My best investment is Invocare the funeral operators, two things in life death and taxes, Invocare looks after one of those. My worst investment I took a tip from a very good friend of mine, and in the space of about three weeks lost $35,000 and I've never taken a tip since.
If you're ready to take charge of your portfolio like a professional fund manager, we can show you how. You can follow short or longer term trading strategies, do courses and chat with other traders in the Community forum.
PS The new Community forum is packed with trading courses that you will have access to as a member.
In this video Nick Radge, Head of Trading & Research at The Chartist, discusses his daily trading routine. If you have any questions about the video you can contact Nick. He loves a chat too.
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On 11th February 2016 Nick Radge hosted a webinar for members of The Chartist. In this recording Nick looks at the chart patterns currently unfolding and might expect from the markets over the next few years. The Chartist host webinars for members approximately once a fortnight and we are always happy to receive suggested topics that clients would like us to cover. Send your ideas directly to Nick Radge.
Nick Radge explains how professional stock traders manage losses. An amateur trader will try to avoid losses but this is not the correct way to trade.
One of the delegates at Noosapalooza® was Trent Rothall, a remarkable guy that we had the pleasure of being introduced to about a year ago. Trent is 24 years old, a down-to-earth guy who is on a mission to learn to trade and expand his business skills. Nick acts as a 'mentor' to Trent to help him establish a good, safe knowledge of the markets and to one day possibly trade for an income. The priority for Trent is safety and longevity in the markets and it is great to see that he takes this role seriously. Trent was interviewed by Steve Haddan MC.