Gema Goeyardi, MM,CAT®,CFTe, MFTA, CFI, CFII IGI, CSA, CTA
President & Founder, Astronacci |
Gema Merdeka Goeyardi is the founder of Astronacci Time Forecast method and the EYE OF FUTURE, an analysis method which combines Astrology and Fibonacci to define accurate time for a trend reversal. His phenomenal TIME analysis on Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) hit 4,100 on 25 July 2011, was published in FORBES magazine and perfectly works as called. As the new rising star in Asia, he has 4 years experience as Astro Technical Analyst in UOBKayHian Securities for institutional funds and retail investors. He earned MURI (Indonesia World Record Museum) Award as an inventor of Astrology and Fibonacci trading method in Asia. Trading wise, within a 5 year period (2012-2017) Gema has proven success by turning USD2,000 to more than USD4 Million in Gold trading with his Astronacci method. As an MFTA and market analyst contributor in business TV, he’ll keep inspiring everyone to learn about time forecast with financial astrology to increase profitability.
Presentation Topic : “How to define very accurate Gold Trend Direction with Mercury Retrograde Cycle and make 40 Points Profits in 7 Days”
Gold trading is one of the most challenging menu for swing trading. It has unique character of price action with a high volatility. However, we believe that when the intermediate trend has developed, Gold offers a high probability profit. The main problem, how to know when the intermediate trend in a participation stage unfolds? I made USD4,6 Million profits in Commodity market and mostly comes from Gold. This is possible since I found the method to identify what date Gold moves in a big consistent trend in bullish or bearish. The Mercury Retrograde astrology cycle, scientifically proven that has a strong correlation with a bullish trend in gold . With this concept, I could show you how to get at least 7 points minimum up to 50 points profits from Gold trading by combining both Financial astrology and Technical analysis.
Conference, 26 Oct 2018, Friday, 11.45 a.m. – 12.15 p.m.