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Time truly flies, and boy oh boy do I realize it when I think back on the nearly 20 years that I’ve been using to make money as an investor.

I was planning to write this week’s blog as a “homage" to all those years and tools that have become both indispensable and nearly second nature to me and my investing.  However, I soon realized that the usual Traders Journal format would not be enough on its own.  To share all my favorite tips, tricks, tools and shortcuts that have made StockCharts an invaluable asset for me, only a live demonstration can do it.

Therefore, I’d like to invite you to join me next Wednesday, April 3rd, for my guest appearance on the MarketWatchers LIVE show.  I’ll be on with Tom Bowley and Erin Swenlin at 12:00pm ET (9:00am PT), and together we'll help celebrate 20 years of

In this forum I’ll share with you the lessons I’ve learned and demonstrate the tools that have proved most profitable for me in all my investing efforts these past two decades.  I guarantee you will enjoy peering over my shoulder as I share these trading treasures with you.

I understand that throughout all of next week, the StockCharts TV crew will be featuring a number of special presentations and guest appearances.  I'm thrilled to do my part to join the festivities, and I hope you join me in celebrating this 20th anniversary "birthday bash" next Wednesday on StockCharts TV.

Of course, if you are unable to join live, the recorded presentation can be viewed after the show on the official StockCharts YouTube channel.  

See you on Wednesday, my friends!


Trade well; trade with discipline!
Gatis Roze, MBA, CMT

Gatis Roze
About the author: , MBA, CMT, is a veteran full-time stock market investor who has traded his own account since 1989 unburdened by the distraction of clients. He holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, is a past president of the Technical Securities Analysts Association (TSAA), and is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT). After several successful entrepreneurial business ventures, Gatis retired in his early 40s to focus on investing in the financial markets. With consistent success as a stock market trader, he began teaching investments at the post-college level in 2000 and continues to do so today. Learn More
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