About Regina Meani

About Regina Meani

Regina’s chart room in the 1990s

Regina is a freelance consultant in market analysis; her work includes a macro/micro approach provided in both singular formats and report writing for research companies and broking houses as well as providing market and stock analysis for individual traders and investors.

Besides running her own trading and investment portfolio, Regina provides the same service for institutions and high net worth individuals.

Her years of experience have led to regular columns in the financial press, notably The Financial Review, the Smart Investor Section of The Sun Herald, the Melbourne Sunday Age and currently with the Australian Resources & Investment Magazine.  She often appears in other media forums.

With over 30 years experience in the world financial markets Regina began her career at the prestigious stock broking firm of Bain and Company.  For many years she was the only full-time Technical Analyst employed by a broker.  Following Bain’s acquisition by Deutsche Bank, she served as associate director and their chief technical analyst in the Australian equities division, making a combined 23 year tenure.

Winning the respect of the investment community she was consistently rated no: 1 in her field by the esteemed Greenwich surveys.

Regina is a Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) and  has held positions on the board  of the Australian Professional Technical Analysts (APTA), notably as President, a former Director of the Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA) and has belonged to the Society of Technical Analysts, UK (STA) for over thirty years (MSTA).  She served the maximum of two terms as a Director of the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) and acted as IFTA Journal Director for four and half years.

Skilled in presentations, Regina trained for ten years through the Trinity College of London in Speech, Drama and Music and has attended various presentation courses, notably the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)

She has lectured for the education arm of FINSIA (now Kaplan) and is part of their task force. Regina has also lectured for Sydney University and the Australian Stock Exchange, given numerous presentations both here and overseas to groups such as the Australian Investors Association and the Australian Shareholders Association and written “Charting, An Australian Investor’s guide” and contributed a chapter to “The Wiley Trading Guide II”.

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