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Using Indicators to Build Up Investment Portfolio

Using Indicators to Build Up Investment Portfolio

Technical analysis is about studying price action through various charts and graphs with a focus on shorter-term earning. Technical indicators are commonly used as a reference and trading methodology in trading derivative products such as futures. However, there are distinct differences between efficient use versus effective use of indicators. In this talk, the speaker will teach how technical indicators are used effectively in order to build up an investment portfolio. If you want to know more about technical indicators and how these can help you make informed trading decisions, we'd like to invite you to join this talk.

Speaker

Teh Yeon Sziang

Teh is one of the founder of V Solve Sdn Bhd. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in year 2004. Over the past 8 years, he had research the importance of Individual Risk Utilities in Derivatives Market and Key Factors of Dynamic Methodology in Investment Portfolio. Hippo Risk Management System (HRMS) and V Solve Trading System (VTS) are two of his first and latest designs. HRMS is specifically designed to accommodate any trading system with the purpose to minimize risk while earning substantial profit over a period of time. Teh holds a Capital Market Services Representative License (CMSRL) which is under Security Commission (SC) and Bursa Malaysia.

Event Details

Date 25 August 2012 (Saturday)
Time 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Venue Oriental Pacific Futures Sdn Bhd
Suite 21-5, Level 21, Wisma UOA II
Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kualal Lumpur

Program Details

09:30 am Registration
10:00 am Using Indicators to Build Up Investment Portfolio by Teh Yeon Sziang
12:00 pm End

Admission Fee

FREE admission. Open to public however only limited seats are available

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