Navigating and Trading the Markets using Elliott Wave Patterns
Speaker: Ang Kar Yong
- Kar Yong started trading with just a humble US$500 when he was only 21, and within 2 years, he managed to turned it into US$13,000.
- Owing to his success, he was featured on Singapore’s Channel NewsAsia Money Mind: Young Investors.
- Today, Kar Yong is financially independent through trading and investing in the financial market.
- Having coached over hundreds of traders across Southeast Asia in navigating the financial market, he believes that anyone with the desire to do so can succeed in trading.
Many traders struggle to understand and use the Elliott Wave Patterns to trade the markets. And most traders conclude that it is too difficult and not worth the effort in mastering Elliott Wave. Some traders even comment that Elliott Wave is easy when we look at historical charts, but not useful in forecasting and trading the markets.
In this workshop, Kar Yong will be sharing how to use Elliott Wave Patterns to forecast and trade the markets. He will dive straight into the patterns and strategies using Elliott Wave.
Kar Yong will share:
- The various Elliott Wave Patterns
- How to forecast and trade these patterns
- Application of Elliott Wave Patterns in different markets
Who can benefit by attending:
- You will need to be familiar with basic technical analysis, and understood how to use Fibonacci ratios (including retracement, extension and expansion) to fully benefit from this workshop.
- This workshop is not for you if you are very new to trading and technical analysis.
All are welcome!
- Free for OTCS members
- S$20 for non-members
(Or join as a member at venue for just S$60/yr – Time limited offer!)
(Come with a friend or two, but kindly get them to register too.)
- Date: 25 Mar 2019 (Mon)
- Time: 7pm – 10pm (Registration starts 6.30pm)
- Venue: Blk 231 Bain Street, #04-41 Bras Basah Complex, Singapore 180231 (map)
- Food: Boxed meals, first come first served, while stocks last
- Registration is compulsory as seats are limited.