Stock trading for beginners set next month-A A +A
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
STOCK TRADING for beginners will be the topic of a seminar forum to be conducted in Cagayan de Oro City next month.
The forum will be spearheaded by a freelance stock trader formerly connected with a Makati-based brokerage firm in Davao in the late 1990's.
Jamil Ahmed, stock analyst and trader who runs the website "Pinoy Stock Trader" (www.pinoy777.wordpress.com) said the final venue and date of this forthcoming seminar forum will be determined based on the reservations received by cellphone text or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ahmed said the Philippine stock market is now at the beginning of a five-year bull run that will see stock prices in their historic highs.
"Those who know and understand how this market behaves during a bull market run will benefit the most from huge profits made in stock trading," the veteran stock trader said.
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) has also scheduled a series of stock trading training seminars nationwide all over the country covering the cities of Baguio, Manila, Cebu and Davao to boost more stock trading and investing in the country's stock market.
According to PSE, the Davao stock trading seminar had been scheduled last September 20 to 22 at a local hotel in this city.
The Davao-based equity trader said his seminar is aimed specifically to help beginners in the stock market, as well as guide "idiots who keep making mistakes and lose money in the stock market."
"Everyone makes mistakes in the stock market, even the best professionals who manage big mutual funds and bank trust funds. They also make mistakes and lose millions. That's why we should know why these mistakes are made and find out ways on how to avoid them," Ahmed said.
Ahmed urged those interested to attend the low-cost seminar forum to send the following information by cellphone text at 09084699301 or by email at this address email@example.com: complete name, age, company name, address, phone number, email address.
A seminar fee of P850 to be collected during the forum will cover the cost of the modest venue and snacks, said Ahmed. (Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro/Press Release)
Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on September 21, 2010.