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Moneytalks “How to Trade” Workshops www.Moneytalks.net Kamloops / Kelowna / Surrey May 18, 19, 20 Victor Adair www.VictorAdair.com Outline Part One Definition of trading Motives, objectives, opinions, consequences Learning how to trade Part Two Charts I watch This is not a school

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Moneytalks “How to Trade” Workshopswww.Moneytalks.net

Kamloops / Kelowna / Surrey

May 18, 19, 20

Victor Adair

www.VictorAdair.com


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Outline

  • Part One

  • Definition of trading

  • Motives, objectives, opinions, consequences

  • Learning how to trade

  • Part Two

  • Charts I watch


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This is not a school

  • This is just me talking about my ideas, my way of looking at things

  • Perhaps you will get an idea that will help you


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Definition of trading

  • To be in the right thing at the right time

  • Not (necessarily) day trading

  • To move from one asset to another or to cash

  • To be short in a down market

  • Everything is a spread

  • Learn, think, see, assign probabilities, manage risk, act, sit.


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Motives for learning to trade

  • It’s necessary to learn how to look after yourself

  • Zero returns on cash

  • You can trade from anywhere

  • The world is changing very fast - get free from your old opinions

  • It’s better than working!


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Learn to think like a trader

  • What’s done is done – what can you learn from it – what are you going to do now?

  • Opinions are necessary – and dangerous – why do you believe what you believe?

  • Why Buy often means Sell

  • Psychology is more important than math

  • Look for the relationships between markets

  • Anticipate – then wait for confirmation!


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Opinions

  • Credit Boom = Asset Boom + Risk

  • Not an ordinary recession – a post bubble credit contraction

  • More money borrowed than will ever be repaid – lenders and borrowers less willing

  • Authorities launched massive stimulus to reflate economies

  • Inflation or Deflation?

  • Something big breaks – the Euro?


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Opinions

  • Market psychology swings between willingness to embrace risk (whistling past the graveyard) and trying to escape from risk

  • Musical Chairs: everyone (?) knows there’s danger, but they think they can avoid it

  • Capital moves back and forth between the center (safe) and the periphery (risky)


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Consequences

  • Massive and growing Gov’t debts and deficits – who pays? How to they pay?

  • Raise taxes?

  • Cut services / break promises?

  • Default?

  • Inflate away?

  • Rising interest rates as investors shun debt?

  • More gov’t in your future? Welcomed by who?


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What am I doing?

  • Semi-retired, managing my own money

  • Savings: very conservative, liquid

  • Trading accounts: very little leverage

  • No debts, no assets

  • 40 years of trading experience and trying to learn more

  • Re-examine everything, protect myself from the government

  • Objective: maintain and grow my purchasing power while managing risk of loss; maintain independence, mobility

























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