Apiary Fund's Trader Summit: It's Time to Trade

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Apiary Fund hosted its first-ever trader's summit.

From September 17th - 19th, Apiary Fund held its fall trading summit. For three days, those who were ready to learn the ins and outs of foreign currency investing were able to "come to the mountains of the beehive state to meet and talk with like-minded foreign currency investors." There they participated in discussions about market fundamentals, trading methods and systems, risk management and statistics analysis, and received hands-on experience in live trading sessions.

For $497, participants received three days of training from professional foreign currency investors and others who are in-training. There, Apiary Fund had some new ways of showing familiar concepts in the foreign currency trade through simple discussions of the market, activities illustrating forex trading, and live trading sessions. Participants were even able to bring a friend for free.

It may have made sense to have the summit on a weekend, but having it at the beginning of the week enables participants to trade in the live market. The summit began at 9 A.M. on Monday and 6 A.M. on Tuesday and Wednesday. Although you didn’t need to be there at 6 A.M. each day, they traded with the U.S. Open, something Apiary Fund has dubbed "Pastries and Profits."

Apiary Fund plans to put on this event once per quarter, with the next event happening February 18-20. Interested parties can find out more information from Apiary Fund’s website: http://apiaryfund.com/summit

About Apiary Fund
Apiary Fund is "like a cross between a degree and an internship" for investors. Traditionally, investment company’s hire a fund manager to manage investors money. The Apiary Fund flips this concept upside down and hires investor trainees to manage the company’s money. This results in a hyper-diversified “Training Fund” which removes the investors risk and provides an opportunity for trainees to earn while they learn. Apiary Fund trainees are given complete access to company technology and resources, and must qualify to invest the company’s money by completing their investor development program. No experience is necessary and trainees can work part time.

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Shawn Lucas
Apiary Fund
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