Learn how to make stock market volatility your friend
(PRWEB) January 4, 2011
In 2009, Richard Gunderson, President of Trader Training Schools, recognized a need for a unique stock market training course for beginners with little or no prior training or experience. He wasn't content with developing a simple training class that left the students with limited knowledge and lack of preparation for the real-world experience of stock market investing. The result is a 9 hour classroom-style training experience titled "Smart Investing in Turbulent Times". This course has been taught to students ranging in age from the 20's into the late 60's. It has become a hit with beginners and novices that lack experience and training. The course is a creative mix of basics, selective intermediate training, and insights into trading strategies that can produce positive results with minimal risk.
It's quite interesting to view a chart of stock market performance as evidenced by the S&P 500 Index price performance over the past 41 years. The high-to-low price swings seen during the most recent years represents volatility that started with the dot com era in 1995. So many individuals recognize stock market volatility but see it as something to be feared. In this course, Smart Investing in Turbulent Times, students learn that volatility presents opportunities to make money for those that are properly trained to maximize the gains and minimize the losses.
According to Richard Gunderson, President, "I strongly believe in the benefits of classroom training. Online training can't anticipate and address all the questions. The presence of an experienced instructor makes a big difference in the educational experience. It's very satisfying to observe students of all ages as they get excited about investing in the stock market. So many of the very good training courses are too expensive, especially during these difficult financial times. We've priced this course to be affordable to a large cross-section of people. The surprise to most students is that I'm in this to educate individuals, not to promote investment services, software, or other products. Recognizing the need, and having seen the results as expressed in the student response to this course, we've decided 'it's time to take this stock market training on the road'. "
Trader Training Schools has announced its 2011 Winter and Spring training schedule on its website http://www.tradertrainingschool.com . It includes courses to be taught in Orlando FL; Atlanta, GA; Nashville, TN; Alexandria, MN; and Fergus Falls, MN.
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