Toronto, Canada, May 4, 2016 – 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 Tuesday, May 17 and Thursday, May 19 as the next dates for its complimentary two-hour stock market trading workshops.
The first trading workshop will take place on Tuesday, May 17 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 workshop occurs on Thursday, May 19 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.
“Even though the stock market has staged a remarkable comeback from the lows reached in mid-February, the gains have not come from strong fundamentals. Instead, it’s quite the opposite, with investors having been focusing on artificially low interest rates and ignoring the earnings recession on Wall Street,” says George Karpouzis, co-founder and director of education at Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. “The U.S. Federal Reserve announced it was keeping interest rates pat, noting that economic activity has slowed and, as a result, reduced consumer spending levels. This does not bode well for the TSX or S&P 500.”
Karpouzis explains that despite the morbid economic outlook, there are proven investing strategies that investors can use to profit no matter what the broader markets are doing. Many of these strategies will be discussed at the free two-hour stock market trading workshops presented by Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. on May 17 and May 19.
Conducted by the licensed professionals at Learn-To-Trade.com Inc., those who attend either session will learn how to rent stocks to create monthly cash flow, how to trade currencies, about the futures market, and how to speculate on stocks using options. On top of that, those in attendance will learn about management and capital preservation.
“Attendees will also hear about the Learn-To-Trade.com Lifetime Membership, which will allow them to re-attend any part of the program as often as they like,” Karpouzis concludes. “As Canada’s oldest private financial educator, it’s the goal of Learn-To-Trade.com to provide Members with the tools, support, and confidence they need to create a disciplinary approach to investing and make consistently profitable trades.”
Those interested in attending the free two-hour Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. stock market trading workshop on Tuesday, May 17 or Thursday, May 19 can register online at www.Learn-To-Trade.com, by e-mail at email@example.com, by calling 416-510-5560, or by visiting the Learn-To-Trade.com Inc. offices at 885 Don Mills Road, Suite 200 in 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. To learn more about Learn-To-Trade.com Inc., visit the web site at www.Learn-To-Trade.com. Contact the company by phone at 416-510-5560 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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