Nor Akmar Abdullah, MSTA, CFTe
Remisier | CIMB INVESTMENT BANK
Nor Akmar is the author of a local bestselling book about the stock market and technical analysis. Delivered in the Malay language it is entitled “Panduan Lengkap Pelaburan Saham dan Candlestick Petunjuk Dagangan” (which means – The Complete Guide to Stock Investment and Candlestick Indicators). Her love for charts started when she became the first runner up for an inter-university stock trading challenge in 2007 whilst taking her Diploma in Investment Analysis in UiTM. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in International Business, she joined Maybank Investment Bank as a dealer’s representative. She is now a remisier at CIMB Investment Bank. She conducts investment classes for her more than 500 retail clients from all over Malaysia, and has made appearances on business TV, and gives talks to university students as part of her CSR initiatives.
Nor Akmar is a certified technical analyst (MSTA) with the Society of Technical Analyst (STA), United Kingdom. She actively helps prepare students to sit for the MSTA Diploma in Technical Analysis exams, and is a committee member with the Persatuan Remisier Bumiputera Malaysia (PRIBUMI) and is a professional member of the Malaysian Association Of Technical Analyst (MATA).
Presentation Topic: Quantifying human emotions into charts in times of volatility
Hesitation and aimless execution causes the retailers not to react to the market movement even when there is a clear trading signal. Thus, they lose money and give up by not operating according to the plan. It is proven that vast knowledge in financial markets is not the only key to a successful trading journey. Attitudes and emotions carry extra weight in order to survive and profit.
Nor Akmar will be discussing about the general phase and journey each retail trader in the stock market must encounter. She will elaborate on how charting can help them to keep their doubtful thoughts and unsteady emotions at bay.
Conference, 27 Oct 2018, Saturday, 11.15 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.