Richard Lie, the founder of Stockradar, will be presenting his last FREE Seminar in Sydney on Wednesday 4th August 2010 at Australian Institute of Management headquarters in North Sydney starting at 6.30 pm. In just 1 hour, you will walk away with knowledge on when to buy and sell shares, how to read the market better and any questions you may have that you haven’t had the opportunity to ask about share trading.
There is no reason you should be loosing money on the stock market. Richard Lie’s report has outperformed the market year-on-year and his philosophies are not based on emotion, but a formula that has worked.
If you can spare just one hour this week, then this is an event cannot afford to miss! It’s FREE and will help you set up your investments for the future.
Find out how his report works – how to read it and understand trends.
Mellissah Smith is a marketing expert with more than 20 years experience. Having founded and built two successful marketing companies internationally, she is well recognized as a industry thought leader and innovator. Mellissah started her career working with technology and professional services firms, primarily in marketing, public relations and investor relations, positioning a number of successful companies to list on the various Stock Exchanges around the world. She is a writer, technology developer and entrepreneur who shares her thoughts and experiences through blogs and written articles published in various media outlets. Brag sheet: #2 marketer to follow on Twitter (2003), Top 150 Marketers to Follow (2015), Top 10 innovative marketers (2014), 60K+ followers on Twitter with 97% authentic.
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