is a successful trader and trainer with more than 25 years of experience in financial markets. His stock market career began in 1977 with JM Sassoon and continued with Kim Eng Securities.
In 1997, Jeffery joined Refco Singapore where he developed new expertise in international futures markets and foreign exchange.
Jeffery's experience and training at stock broking and futures broking enhanced his understanding of technical analysis and trading. This expertise was augmented by his association and friendship with a well known fund manager and trading coach.
Jeffery's proficiency in technical analysis was recognized by the Singapore Exchange (SGX) who invited him to its panel of educators where he consistently gets very positive feedback from attendees of his seminars and
courses. Jeffery has spoken to international audiences in Singapore, Jakarta, Mumbai, and Sri Lanka.
Jeffery is also an instructor registered with the International Shinkendo Federation (ISF), an organization that promotes Japanese swordsmanship and martial arts. This interest has allowed him to notice the similarity in the
philosophy of martial arts and the philosophy of trading.
Jeffery joined CMC in April 2007 where he was responsible for the content and presentation of CMC's educational programs.
He currently focuses on both trading and conducting technical analysis courses and workshops with the SGX and the Financial Training Institute@SMU
The Philosophy of Aiki Trading.
CHAPTER 1 Aikido.
The Principles and Techniques of Aikido.
CHAPTER 2 Candlestick Charting.
Feudal Japan’s Ethos, and its Impact on the Development of Japanese Candlestick Charting.
The Methods of Aiki Trading.
CHAPTER 3 The Expanded Sideways Range Pattern.
Bulls, Bears, and Turtles.
Observations and Conclusion.
Codifying the Trading Rules for the Expanded Sideways Range Pattern.
The Action Zones.
The Entry Trigger.
Risk and Money Management: The Stop Loss Exit.
Qualifying the Trade.
CHAPTER 4 The Directional Trending Pattern.
Identifying and Trading a Type 1 Trend Pattern.
Planning the Stop Loss Exit.
The Structural Risk.
The Profit Exit Strategy.
Timeframe and the Selection of its Relevant Moving Average Value.
CHAPTER 5 The Successful Breakout.
Managing the Trade.
CHAPTER 6 Using Oscillators.
Relative Strength Index.
The RSI Divergence Signal (or RSI Camouflage Signal).
The Slow Stochastic Oscillator.
CHAPTER 7 Applying Fibonacci Numbers and Ratios in Trade Analysis.
Assessing the Fibonacci Profit Target.
CHAPTER 8 Trade Volume and its Interpretation.
CHAPTER 9 Risk, Money, and Trade Management.
The Learning Phase.
Trading for Profits.
The Preservation of Capital.
Money Management: The Preservation of Our Capital.
Risk Management Combined with the 2 Percent Money Management Rule.
Winning Trade Management and the Rule of 3.
CHAPTER 10 On Trading Psychology.
Beliefs About Success.
Risk Management, Money Management, and Trade Management.