Toronto, Canada, September 10, 2015 – Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. (www.Learn-To-Trade.com), Toronto’s leading provider of professional stock market trading courses designed to create successful traders on the financial market, is pleased to announce that its next two complimentary stock marketing trading workshops will be taking place on Tuesday, September 15 and Thursday, September 17.
Learn-To-Trade.com Inc.’s first complimentary stock market trading workshop will take place on Tuesday, September 15, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Learn to Trade.com Inc. head office at 885 Don Mills Road, Suite 200, in Toronto. The second one will be on Thursday, September 17, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Humber College’s North Campus, located at the corners of Finch Avenue West and Highway 27.
“Stocks on North American exchanges took a breather last week when the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock markets closed on Thursday and Friday to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II,” says George Karpouzis, Co-Founder and Director of Education at Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. “This was welcome news for investors around the world following the global equities sell-off, sparked by weak economic data coming out of China.”
Karpouzis explains that while the TSX has rebounded from Black Monday, it is still trading down six percent since the beginning of August. Global stock exchanges continue to remain weak amid concerns a slowdown in China, the world’s second largest economy, will dampen growth around the world. On top of that, disappointing manufacturing data from the United States, the world’s biggest economy, added further weight to ongoing volatility.
“Whether the global stock markets are in bear or bull market territory, in correction mode, or trading sideways, the licensed professionals at Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. can teach retail investors proven strategies that can help them profit in any market conditions,” he adds.
Those who attend either of Learn-To-Trade.com Inc.’s complimentary two-hour stock market trading workshops this September will learn about stock trading, stock option trading, stock index trading, future trading, risk management, capital preservation, and forex trading.
“Attendees will also learn about investments designed to go up when the markets are in freefall, how to rent their stocks to create monthly cash flow, and how to protect their positions against losses,” Karpouzis concludes. “They will also be informed about Learn-To-Trade.com’s unique Lifetime Membership, whereby members can re-attend any part of the program as often as they like.”
Those interested in attending the complimentary two-hour Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. stock market trading workshop on Tuesday, September 15 or Thursday, September 17 can register online at www.Learn-To-Trade.com, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling 416-510-5560, or by visiting the Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. offices at 885 Don Mills Road, Suite 200, Toronto.
Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. is the leading provider of stock market training courses in the Greater Toronto Area. Led by licensed, industry professionals, its extensive courses provide its Members with the necessary tools to trade financial products in today’s complex and fast-paced markets. Stock trading training courses with Learn-To-Trade.com, Inc. teach investors both basic and advanced stock market investing principles, including: how to read and understand stock prices and quotes, fundamental analysis and technical analysis, and various trading strategies. Through its Lifetime Membership, Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. also provides extensive training and knowledge in stock option trading, stock index trading, futures trading, futures option trading, forex trading, risk management, and capital preservation. Members utilize real-time, simulated trading platforms to paper trade until they gain the confidence to make independent market decisions and produce consistently profitable results. As the leading and oldest financial educator in Canada, Learn-To-Trade.com Inc.’s instructors are also educators for the Toronto-Montreal Exchange, through which its instructors host educational sessions for the major banks across Canada.
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