Los Angeles Chapter Meeting Featuring David Keller, CMT

November 2, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Ports O’ Call Waterfront Dining
1200 Nagoya Way
San Pedro, CA 90731
Members $25; Non-Members $40

The Los Angeles Chapter of the CMT Association welcomes you to our next event on Thursday, November 2, 2017. We are pleased to have David Keller, CMT as our guest speaker. David will present The Mindless Investor and the Mindful Investor. The meeting will kick off with a registration reception and dinner will be served during the presentation.

We encourage you to bring clients or colleagues interested in technical analysis to this presentation. We hope to see you there!

Please see below for more information.

Owen Cupp
Brett Villaume, CMT, CAIA
Los Angeles Chapter Chairs

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Registration/Reception 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Lecture begins promptly at 7:00pm

The Mindless Investor and the Mindful Investor
Investors are constantly inundated with pervasive technology and innumerable distractions.  In this session, we will discuss the qualities of the mindless investor, blindly chasing performance and falling victim to whatever eye candy pops up on their screens.  We will also review the characteristics of the mindful investor, exhibiting patience and steadfast calm in the face of information overload.  By taking a more mindful approach to your investment process, you will find it easier to tune out the noise and focus on generating alpha.

David Keller, President, Sierra Alpha Research

Ports O’ Call Waterfront Dining
1200 Nagoya Way
San Pedro, CA 90731

$25 for current CMT Association Members
$40 for non-members
$20 For Students/Educators (Discount Code: student)

*You must register in advance to attend this meeting


David Keller, CMT

David Keller, CMT

David Keller, CMT is the President of Sierra Alpha Research LLC, a boutique investment research firm focused on managing risk through market awareness.  He combines the strengths of technical analysis, behavioral finance, and data visualization to identify investment