Aussie Inventor Releases Program to Help Protect Mums and Dads from Losing Their Money on the Stock Market

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Australian mums and dads trade $700 million per day on the ASX alone. But most don't know the risk they're taking ... Richard Baartz of Seagreen Investments has just released the first Australian-made software program that lets ordinary people practice real Stock Market trading without risking their money.

The software program, called Paper-Trader, allows ordinary Stock Market investors to learn how to trade safely and how to protect their capital. Richard said, "Australians are heavily exposed when it comes to the Stock Market. Not because the market is about to crash, but because most Mum and Dad investors don't really understand how the market works. And so when there is a correction, or worse still a crash, it's the mums and dads who take the hit."

In 2005, the average daily value of ASX transactions was a staggering $3.5 billion. And a big chuck of this was from ordinary people. On average, Australian mums and dads trade $700 million per day on the ASX alone.

It was Richard's own personal experience of losing money on the Stock Market that made him invent this program. He says that "with understanding comes the confidence ordinary people need to invest their money wisely. And part of this is knowing how to prepare and react when the market goes bad."

Paper-Trader takes a revolutionary approach by allowing investors to simulate real Stock Market trades using real Stock Market data, but without the risk. It lets people accelerate their Stock Market learning 10-fold.

The number of people investing in the Stock Market is at an all time high; but the education and learning tools are lagging way behind. Richard stated "I'd like to help mum and dad investors protect what they have and get prepared for when the downturn happens."

Richard Baartz of Seagreen Investments (http://seagreeninvestments.com) has just released the first Australian made software program that lets ordinary people practice real Stock Market trading without risking their money.

The software program called, Paper-Trader, allows ordinary Aussie Stock Market investors to learn how to trade safely and how to protect their capital. Richard said, "Australians are heavily exposed when it comes to the Stock Market. Not because the market is about to crash, but because most Mum and Dad investors don't really understand how the market works. And so when there is a correction, or worse still a crash, it's the Mums and Dads who take the hit."

In 2005 the average daily value of ASX transactions was a staggering $3.5 billion. And a big chuck of this was from ordinary people. On average Australian Mums and Dads trade $700 million per day on the ASX alone.

It was Richard's own personal experience of losing money on the Stock Market that made him invent this program. He says that "with understanding comes the confidence ordinary people need to invest their money wisely. And part of this is knowing how to prepare and react when the market goes bad."

Paper-Trader (http://paper-trader.com) takes a revolutionary approach by allowing investors to simulate real Stock Market trades using real Stock Market data, but without the risk. It lets people accelerate their Stock Market learning ten fold.

The number of people investing in the Stock Market is at an all time high; but the education and learning tools are lagging way behind. Richard stated "I'd like to help mum and dad investors protect what they have and get prepared for when the downturn happens."

For an interview contact Richard Baartz Ph: 07 3393 6856 a/h 0412 390 363 Photos available. Or visit http://paper-trader.com/contact.

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