The Everyday Trader Launches Beginner's Stock Market Trading Education Course

United States, (PressExposure) March 04, 2009 -- After years of development, testing and editing, The Everyday Trader has finally released their much anticipated Beginners Trading Education Course. Aimed at teaching novices how to trade the stock market, this course is a complete trading education. TheEverydayTrader’s courses are written by trading competition winning professional day trader, Dave Limburg. The Beginners Trading course, is a perfect starting point for anyone interested in trading, or investing in the stock market, but does not know where to start. The course outlines in very simple, easy to follow steps everything needed to start trading the stock market. The content is geared towards novices, so is not heavy with overly complicated descriptions. The course covers all aspects of trading. From technical analysis, to market selection, your trading personality and market dynamics. The course also covers the often overlooked aspects of trading such as money management, risk control and emotional discipline. This truly is a complete trading education.

Our online course is designed to be done at the client’s own pace, and at their own convenience. This home study course is very flexible and practical, allowing the client to truly control their learning.

Included with the beginner’s package are several useful trading aids. An online student and teacher forum is available for all students. Students can ask questions of the online community and the educators. This facility is extremely useful for continuing to grow and advance your education. The package also includes 4 trading tools – A risk management calculator, allowing the client to calculate their position size. A trading diary template is also included, along with a equity charting tool and a record keeping tool. All these tools help to make the world of trading as easy as possible.

Take advantage of this new release and sign up today to receive an introductory special rate.

Press Release Submitted On: March 03, 2009 at 6:22 pm
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