Stuart McPhee joins Marcus Today

It is with great pleasure I announce that technical trader and educator Stuart McPhee has joined the Marcus Today Team.

Stuart will be writing a Technical Trading section starting Monday September 12th. Some of you would be aware of Stuart already, his reputation as a technical trader, analyst and consultant precedes him. In his former professional life, Stuart was a full-time Army officer in the Australian Army. He graduated from the Royal Military College, Duntroon (the Australian Army’s highly-renowned officer training institution) as one of the youngest ever graduates in its 100+ year history. Stuart spent 10 years in the Australian Army. His military highlight was being selected to represent Australia for two years as an exchange instructor with the US Army in El Paso, Texas during 1997 and 1998, when he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal from the US Government for his performance in this appointment. Stuart is a skilled presenter and educator and has done personal coaching work with traders. He has also presented at Marcus Today Education seminars. In January 2000, Stuart resigned from the Army and began to trade his own account through the ‘dot com’ boom as well as regularly conducting personal coaching and trading sessions, helping fellow traders discover a trading approach that is right for them. technical trader educator Stuart McPhee - behind the scenes Stuart doing a recording for CNA
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For the last 20 years

Stuart has been regularly invited to speak to traders all around the world and has travelled extensively. He is one of Australia’s most compelling speakers on trading and since 2000, he has spoken live in front of tens of thousands of fellow traders from Mumbai to New York, Tokyo to London, Melbourne to Beijing, and many places in between. He has helped countless traders improve their performance with his expertise in technical analysis, trading psychology, risk management, the trading process and developing a trading plan. Stuart McPhee technical traderTraders all face the same challenges, and it generally speaking, the only difference between markets around the world is the names of the companies listed on the various exchanges. He believes your education, background, language, cultural beliefs and many other factors are almost irrelevant when it comes to trading. Trading ability comes from within with a desire to learn and develop the skills and attributes necessary for consistently successful trading. He strongly advises that traders develop a solid trading plan that they will execute with confidence. Stuart is very proud of his best-selling trading book, Trading in a Nutshell, 4th Edition, which was first published in 2001. He has contributed to a number of daily websites, been quoted in financial media outlets, written training notes for national training companies, and regularly appears on live TV in Australia (Sky Business) and SE Asia (Channel News Asia). Stuart has a Bachelor of Professional Studies from the University of New England and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance and Investment from the Financial Services Institute of Australasia. Stuart lives in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia with his wife and three daughters. He is an avid golfer. Marcus Today is very proud to have Stuart on the Team and I'm sure all our Members will join me in welcoming him and his education starting on September 12th.
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Marcus Padley is a highly-recognised stockbroker and business media personality. He founded Marcus Today Stock Market Newsletter in 1998. The business has built a community of like-minded investors who want to survive and thrive in the stock market. We achieve that through a combination of daily stock market education, ideas and activities.

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