Trading AdvantageTM is offering a free webinar to the public on September 22nd with mentor Patrick Assalone teaching attendees about The Mind of a Trader and the psychology of trading.
Online PR News – 21-September-2011 – – Chicago, IL, September 18th, 2011: Secrets of Traders LLC® is pleased to announce Trading Advantage’sTM free webinar for the month of September. Former World Extreme Fighting lightweight champion Patrick Assalone is a trading mentor at Trading AdvantageTM and brings his vast knowledge and experience as a career trader to this information-packed webinar that details how emotion in trading is perhaps the biggest downfall for traders and how diligence and discipline may assist a trader in developing a successful trading mindset.
The event takes place online live at 4pm Central Time on September 22nd, 2011. To register for the webinar visit the information page on Trading Advantage’sTM website at http://tradingadvantage.com/lp/TA_SeptemberWebinar02/. The The Mind of a Trader webinar is limited to 1000 attendees and is offered on a first come, first serve basis. Seats typically fill up quickly each month due to the popularity of these free webinar events.
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