20 Dec

Wealth From Trading

Andrew Barnett reveals “How to Potentially Make An Extra $200, $300 or Even $500 a Day… …Just Swapping The Aussie Dollar For U.S. Dollars… From Home… In Your Spare Time!”

Here are some of the Reasons that Forex Trading is fast becoming one of the most popular methods of creating cash flow, building wealth and creating a lifestyle based income:

There’s no limit to how much you can make (of course we recommend you start small, but there’s many people who’ve replaced incomes working a fraction of the time they used to)

You’re not tied down to typical working hours (You can chose when you want to trade or not. And there’s no need to be tied to an office. Many traders work from home).

Trading can be done in your spare time. It is not a time consuming job (some traders have it down to a fine art and spend a few hours each week to make a full time income… others like to spend longer studying the markets and learning all they can. You get to choose how many hours you put in).

Saturday, 29th January 2011
10.00am to 12.30pm – Registration: 9.30am to 9.50am
Venue: Medina Grand Perth
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Saturday, 5th February 2011
10.00am to 12.30pm – Registration: 9.30am to 9.50am
Venue: Rendezvous Hotel
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Thursday, 17th February 2011
7.00pm to 9.30pm – Registration: 6.30pm to 6.50pm
Venue: Bayview on the Park
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Saturday, 19th February 2011
10.00am to 12.30pm – Registration: 9.30am to 9.50am
Venue: Hilton Brisbane
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Saturday, 26th February 2011
10.00am to 12.30pm – Registration: 9.30am to 9.50am
Venue: Grace Hotel
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What is Forex?

The Foreign Exchange market, also referred to as the “FOREX,” or “Forex,” “Retail forex,” “FX,7q “Spot FX,” or just “Spot,” is the largest financial market in the world, with a volume of over $1.75 trillion dollars a day.

What is traded in the Foreign Exchange market?

The simple answer is money. Forex trading is the simultaneous buying of one currency and the selling of another. Currencies are traded through a broker or dealer, and are traded in pairs; for example the Aussie Dollar and the US Dollar (AUD/USD) or the British Pound and the Japanese Yen (GBP/JPY).

Is this a “Get Rich Quick” scheme?

No. Forex trading is a skill that requires education, training and practice to master – the same as any career or business. Forex trading can be a very well-paid, minimum-time profession if you apply yourself diligently to learning how to do it well.
Is this gambling?

No. Gambling is a game of chance where the odds favour the house. The Forex Trading education program as provided by Andrew Barnett includes the assistance of professional traders to show you how to analyse signals as they happen and place suitable trades to profit from those signals. The key is ensuring that you understand probabilities.

In addition, Andrew teaches his students to “win big, lose small”. Not every trade will be a winner, you will unavoidably lose on some so the important thing is to minimise your losses in that case – something which is easier when trading forex vs other commodities as the markets are very liquid. On the flipside, the adage “let your winners run” is a reminder to get the maximum profit possible from your winning trades and again Andrew teaches strategies for doing just that.

How much money do I risk on each trade?

While you are still learning, Andrew suggests you put the minimum sum into each trade. In forex trading you are able to use very small sums because there are no commissions or fees charged on each trade. Trading with a small sum of money is better than “paper trading” because you still have the full experience of placing and completing a trade, but the amount of money at risk is small enough to cause you no concern.

Andrew teaches sound money management strategies as part of his forex trading course, these include never risking more than 2% of your capital on any single trade – even when you are an experience and successful trader.

What support will I get as I’m learning?

The Trading Room is open whenever the markets are open – 24 hours per day, five days a week. You can listen and watch as the professional traders in the trading room analyse trading signals and give you their professional advice. You can follow them and place the exact same trades if you choose. You can also submit questions and even suggest trades yourself to get their feedback on whether they like your trade or not and why.

How do I know your claimed results are real?

This is an important concern whenever someone who teaches trading claims to have achieved certain results: did they really make those trades to get the results they claimed? Or did they “fudge the numbers” a little bit? If they fibbed about picking the winning trades, how would you know?

Andrew Barnett eliminates this concern by providing complete transparency on the trades that he and his team pick – all his students are able to watch & listen in to the Trading Room as Andrew and his team of professional traders pick trades. There are no secrets, nowhere to hide, it’s all out in public…the Trading Room rarely has fewer than 100 people in it and they all hear each trade as it’s called (not to mention the hundreds of traders receiving the trade alerts by sms). Even if Andrew wanted to misrepresent his results, all the people watching would keep him honest.

The trading results that Andrew reports are exactly what he and his team have achieved; witnessed as it happened by many of his students.

Wealth From Trading

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