Forex Club Asia presents:
GLOBAL STOCK TRADING:
Transitioning from Active Trading to Passive Investing
LIVE WEBINAR WITH MARK SO
Zoom Webinar Schedule 2022:
PM schedule: 1:30-5:30 pm
Jan 15 | Feb 12 | Mar 12 | Apr 2 | May 14 | Jun 11 |
Jul 16 | Aug 13 | Sep 10 | Oct 8 | Nov 12
Learn from Mark So, an Etoro Popular Investor with over 15 years of trading experience as he walks you through the Etoro platform. In this 4 hour session, he will explain the difference between active and passive investing and how to do both with professional tips on how to reduce risks, survive losses and be profitable in the long term.
Pre-requisite: Must have a Virtual Etoro Account.
Please open a Virtual Etoro account with this link if none yet. click here
What you'll learn
Track 1: Transitioning from Active Trading to Passive Investing
• Why and how to transition from Active Trading to Passive Investing
• The trading differences and similarities of trading Stocks vs Forex
• How to re-tool yourself to transition from Active trading to Passive investing
Track 2: How to navigate and Maximize the Etoro Platform.
• How to use News Feeds, Copying People, Investing in Portfolios the practical way
• How to find the right Investor based on your risk appetite
• Really understanding the statistics of Returns, Risk Score, Draw downs, Motivations of Investors
• How to time and settings properly when copying or investing
• Copy Open Trades, or Only Copy New Trades moving forward.
• Allocating Capital, and setting your Stop copy levels to an appropriate amount
Track 3: Putting it all together: How to Invest On your Own, Professional Tips from a Popular Investor
• Understanding the 3 key elements of Passive Investing:
• Timing and Trade management
– How to “Time” Entering and Exiting The trades Using Charts Without Technical Indicators
• Portfolio Building and Management
– How to Pick Global Stocks / Instruments (The Easy Way)
• Capital and Risk Management
– How to manage your risks and lower your own risk score
– How to Hedge your positions
– How to do Modified Cost Averaging-
- Live Webinar is conducted via Zoom.
- Live Webinars include unlimited refresher sessions.
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT METHODS:
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Risk Warning: Please be aware that investing in the Global Instruments mentioned in the video and in this post will be using CFD’s. CFD stands for “Contract For Difference”, meaning you are not buying the underlying asset, but rather purchasing a contract to settle the difference in the initial and ending price of the asset. When trading CFDs, you generally trade on margin, which means you only have to deposit a small percentage of the overall value of your position. This is known as “Leverage”, and even small market movements may have great impact, negative or positive on your trading account. Before deciding to trade on margin you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite