Please avoid any intraday trading today- take a breather and maybe just watch the news at 1:30pm London time; there is sure to be a lot of wild swings in all directions. Have a great weekend,
If you would like to meet other traders to swap war stories and experiences, and also learn something new, Dean and Zaheer are hosting this event.
If I am able to, I will join you, and hopefully have a good chinwag.
Follow the link and register if you’re interested in going:
As you may, or may not, have heard, I am moving on to other roles as a trader from the end of May 2014, this month.
I have several new opportunities, all interesting and potentially financially, educationally, and personally rewarding, and have thought long and hard about leaving my current role, which I enjoy thoroughly. I love my colleagues and delegates, but I have to make the choice to move one.
With this in mind, I will be fading out my role as a presenter and coach at Learn To Trade/ Knowledge To Action over the next month, and possibly June as well.
I am going to make myself available for coaching on site at these dates:
Monday 12th May 2014, 9am-5:30pm
Tuesday 13th May 2014, 9am-7:30pm
Saturday 17th May 2014, 9am-12pm (Group only) and 1-3pm (one-to-one)
Monday 26th May 2014, 9am-5:30pm
Tuesday 27th May 2014, 9am-7:30pm
Saturday 31st May 2014, 9am-12pm (Group only) and 1-3pm (one-to-one)
Please note that the group coaching sessions will handle a maximum of 10 people, and is worth 2 coaching sessions. (It costs you 2 coaching sessions, but is 6 coaching sessions long)
In order to register for the group sessions, please email me with the date of the group session you wish to attend, and I will check if you have coaching sessions avilable and book you in if you do.
Regarding the skype sessions in the evenings or weekends, I will only action those next month, in a follow up email this week; I simply cannot give every waking hour up for coaching this month.
Looking forward to seeing you there, and at my Master Trader Bootcamp next weekend!
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