Australian Technical Analysts Association


Visitors are welcome to attend ATAA meetings. Click here for details.
Perth - Thursday 15th June at 5:45pm for 6:00pm
Date: Thursday, June 15, 2017 At 18:00
Duration: 1 Hour 30 Minutes

Venue: St. Catherine’s College, corner of Stirling Highway and Winthrop Avenue, Crawley (entrance off Stirling Highway). Click here to view map .


Please note Parking Arrangements at St Catherine’s

The Front Car Park is for now available for meeting attendees. A permit which is available at the ATAA meeting reception desk must be displayed on the dash of the vehicle. All vehicles parked on St Catherine’s grounds must display a permit to avoid a fine. Free parking is still available in the three hour bays along Park Road and outside the UWA Recreation Centre.


Additional Parking at St Catherine’s

Additional parking is now availableClick here to view map.


Visitors are always welcome. First meeting is free, then visitors fee is $40.

No booking required - just checkin at the registration desk on the night.


6:15pm: Welcome and Announcements 

6:20: Robert Wynne – Expand your Options to Trading Markets

Robert will discuss the topic of writing options on the ASX equity market. With the facility to trade exchange traded options (ETOs) offered by the main online trading platforms, the mechanics of writing options particularly naked has moved from full service broker to online trading world. Nevertheless while technology has made it easier to trade equity options, it has not assisted with making the success and risk of trading this financial instrument more favourable for the trader. Robert will discuss these risks and trading techniques he uses when trading exchange traded options (ETOs).


As part of the expanding your options presentation, Robert will also discuss methods to trading commodity instruments either directly or via equities as a top down approach.


Robert Wynne is a currency and stock trader who has been trading over the last 15 years.  He is now a father of a young family and has less time to trade intraday and now uses techniques to free up his time on the screen preferring medium term style trading of equities, commodities and forex.  He has previously worked in the industry of training individuals both nationwide and overseas, conducted presentations nationally and has published works on the subject of trading.


8.00 for 8.15 pm - After Meeting Dinner

Tiamo Restaurant (200m walk up Hampden Road).


Further Information:

Derek Locke: 0447 744 493

Julian Burridge: 08 9284 2092

Next meeting: 20th July

Next speaker: Gary Fraser

Future meetings: Usually the 3rd Thursday of each month