The WTSUG meeting on Wednesday, May 14, 2008 was held from 7:00pm to 10:00pm at Davis Libary, Montgomery County, Maryland.

Agenda:

7:00pm – 7:15pm Introductions and Opening
The group will give brief introductions of the organizers for any new attendees. Time will be made available for dealing with membership dues and any other minor administration items, but not to exceed 15 minutes in total.

7:15pm – Hawkeye Roadkill Trading Methodology
Gail with Hawkeye Traders
Gail with Hawkeye Traders (www.hawkeyetraders.com) will give an in-person presentation on the Hawkeye Roadkill trading methodology to enter trades. Hawkeye has lots of online videos at their main website as well as on YouTube (www.youtube.com/hawkeyetraders) describing their indicators, free trading sessions and seminars. They also conduct free live trading sessions at http://hawkeyetraders.ivocalize.net/. We’ll include more details with the May meeting announcement.

Here’s some quick information on Hawkeye from their website if you’re not yet familiar with them:

“The Hawkeye Tool Kit is a complete set of seven powerful indicators based on volume spread analysis, standard deviation, momentum, and price pattern recognition. The Hawkeye trading indicators gives traders a comprehensive insight into market direction and trend duration while minimizing drawdowns.

We also offer the Hawkeye Levels, a unique support and resistance indicator based on W. D. Gann’s natural numbers to take profits out of the markets.
Additionally, for TradeStation users, we offer the Hawkeye Tools for TradeStation Radarscreen. These powerful and extraordinary indicators identify potential entries and are a must for any stock, future, commodity, or forex trader.

The Hawkeye indicators works on all Stocks, Futures, Indices, and Forex markets, as well as monthly, weekly, daily, minutes time frames, tick charts and volume bar data. The Hawkeye tools are available for the TradeStation, eSignal and Multicharts platforms.”

Group Follow-up / Discussion
After the presentation, plenty of time will be made available for group discussion on topics of interest to the membership. Please bring your questions and comments!