Senior Private Wealth Adviser, PhillipCapital Limited (AFSL 246827)+61 (7) 3338 3838
Shane has passionately followed the markets since the age of 16, and has been an adviser in the financial markets since the year 2000 having worked for a range of firms, including one of the world’s largest investment banks as well as smaller boutique broking firms. Shane is also a past Vice President of the Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA) Brisbane, a position he held for 6 years.
Shane is currently a Senior Private Wealth Adviser at Phillip Capital and can assist you with all of your stock market needs - whether you are looking to buy or sell shares, set up a portfolio, grow your SMSF, protect your portfolio, or trade the market. He specialises in technical analysis, risk management, and options trading and focuses predominantly on the Aussie markets.
Shane also writes two key market related technical analysis reports (including a free weekly Market Commentary Report), designed to give traders and investors the best chance possible to get the results they are after from the markets. To find out more about these reports please visit. http://www.phillipcapital.com.au/shane-langham
Shane lives on the sunny Gold Coast with his wife and two dogs. He loves chatting about the market with other like-minded people, so don’t be afraid to pick up the phone or send him an email.
Posts by Shane Langham for Trading Insights:
This is a question that has been asked ad nauseam by the media of the respected financial market talking heads.
There are big things starting to take place in financial markets across the globe. However the general public will be unaware of what’s going on. The big number one reason for this is ...
The Aussie market looks like it is in the process of establishing a lower top. We reached the Fibonacci 61.8% retracement level (within 2 points) of the last swing down on ...
This chart which explains why the local market has been performing the way that it has over this year which is different to most of the recent years
Believe it or not in the last week we broke above 6000 for the first time in almost 9 years. Back in January 2008 was the last time the XJO…
There is a very strong and reliable seasonal pattern in both the Aussie and US markets and that is the Santa Claus rally. However we need..
Well it looks like those large range days found the S&P 500 right on cue. We had moves in both directions which adds to the pickup in volatility we were on the lookout for.
There is a golden rule in the markets and it says that “after a lot of small range days we will get big range days and after a lot of big range days we will get small range days”.
This week (Friday) will see the 30 year anniversary of Black Tuesday. The 20th October 1987 is a date that no one who lived it will ever forget. It was on this day that the...
Over the last week we have seen the European and US markets move higher whereas the Asian markets were weaker and surprise, surprise the Aussie market was flat like it has been for almost the last 5 months. We are up only 15.8 points or 0.2% since the start of the year.