|Webinar Event Details|
Dr. Andrew Menaker
|Event Date:||Wednesday, May 1st, 2013 (Past)|
|Event Time:||3:30 PM CT / 4:30 PM ET|
Behavioral finance/economics and why trading psychology is important
The current state of affairs — addressing where you stand; using internal and external data to improve performance
Once you have a trading strategy that works, it all comes to consistent execution. Everyone wants to improve their consistency, and this special workshop series will show you what works and what doesn’t work in trading psychology and your personal approach to the markets.
Dr Andrew Menaker, a performance coach and active trader, will share some of what he’s learned in 18 years of working with traders.
Join us for this four-part series focused on improving your trading results. Each module will build on the previous module, plan to attend all four events! Register today to learn key concepts and to begin to develop a personalized plan that addresses the mental side of trading.
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