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There are several free (or reasonable) finance education meetings this week - technical analysis and trading systems - see below:


Carson Dahlberg, CMT of Northington Dahlberg Research THIS TUESDAY, February 11th at Bloomberg...FOR FREE! The TSAA-SF and MTA Chapter are coming together to provide this webcast presentation at Bloomberg's Pier 3 Headquarters. We'll also hear about what's new at Golden Gate University and what Bloomberg's Technical Analysis experts are working on these days. The meeting starts at 3pm sharp -- you must register to get in the door (see below)


Bloomberg, Pier 3

San Francisco, CA


Tuesday, February 11th

3:00pm - 4:30pm


For people on the Peninsula ( and elsewhere):

“Silicon Valley Options Group (SVOG)”

- An opportunity to meet new people and exchange ideas

- Cut and paste if the links don't work

SVOG February Meeting Announcement:

DATE/TIME: Thursday Feb. 13th, 2014 -- 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

LOCATION: Elks Lodge Sunnyvale: 375 North Pastoria Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA
Directions & Map:

Don’t forget ... Hotdogs and Sandwiches!! Avail6:00pm to 7:30pm

(Profits from these sales benefit BPOE charity projects. -- about $3.50 to $4.50 ea.)


Power Chart Reading with the Wychoff Method -- Prof. Bruce Fraser, GGU


And at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco

Tom Perkins: The War on the 1%

Thu, Feb 13 2014 - 6:30pm

Tom Perkins: The War on the 1%

Tom Perkins, Co-founder, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

In conversation with Adam Lashinsky, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune

"I perceive a rising tide of hatred of the successful one percent," wrote Tom Perkins in a letter to The Wall Street Journal earlier this month.

Tom Perkins is the co-founder of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, one of Silicon Valley’s first Venture Capital firms on the legendary Sand Hill Road. He is an alumnus of Harvard and MIT, a renowned businessman and outspoken capitalist. In January of this year Tom Perkins wrote a letter published by The Wall Street Journal to “call attention to the parallels of fascist Nazi Germany to its war on its 'one percent,' namely its Jews, to the progressive war on the American one percent, namely the 'rich.'” The letter was widely criticized (in The Atlantic, The Independent among bloggers, Twitter users, and even "his own colleagues in Silicon Valley"). Perkins later apologized for making comparisons with Nazi Germany, but otherwise stood by the message of his letter.

Amidst Google bus protests and growing controversy over gentrification in the Bay Area, Tom Perkins has sparked a timely conversation and is not necessarily alone in his perspective. Join us for one man’s take.

Location: SF Club Office

Time: 6 p.m. check-in, 6:30 p.m. program, 7:30 p.m. reception

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TradeStation is having a free webinar on the Ichimoku Cloud Charts on Feb 18 at 1:30 PST.

It is being presented by Hubert Senters, whom you may have heard of before.

You do not have to be a TradeStation client to watch the webinar live. The webinar should be recorded so that you can watch on-demand from the On-Demand Webcast section of the TradeStation website at a later time.

To sign up for the live webinar go to the link below, find the webinar on the list and sign up.

Also, there is a video on Hubert's site ( on Ichimoku.