Jason Sen: day trading workshop in Manchester, 16 November
Join Jason Sen on Saturday 16 November in Manchester for his technical analysis and day trading workshop. By following this link you can sign up for the workshop, and all added benefits, for just £199.
This one-day workshop covers both the theory and practice of technical analysis, based on Jason’s 33 years of trading experience. Registration also includes a free subscription to Jason’s popular online day trading course (worth £299), plus a free one-month trial of Jason’s premium trade signals (worth £199).
Places are limited, so please register now for this exclusive package. There is a full refund available if you are not completely satisfied.
What does the workshop include?
Learn technical analysis and day trading techniques from a trading veteran with 33 years’ experience. Jason will show you how to:
- Identify different candlestick patterns
- Use moving averages as basic indicators
- Measure trends and identify trade signals
- Place real trades based on your chart analysis
- Identify low-risk entry points and place your stop-loss
- Manage your trades post-execution
Jason will also share his ‘golden rules’ for surviving and maximising your profit, the mindset and practical habits that will help you to keep trading in the long term.
Online course and trade signals
You can back up the workshop with free access to Jason’s online course. Work through the modules in your own time – you can stop and come back to the course any time you want.
As a workshop participant you’ll also get one month’s free access to Jason’s premium trade signals. Based on trusted daily technical analysis, with clear entry and exit levels, the signals cover FX, commodities and major stock indices.
Click here now to register for the Manchester workshop on 16 November for the special price of £199, including the online course and one month of premium trade signals.
Please note that this seminar and all related content are the work of Jason Sen, not Intertrader. You should under no circumstances consider the information and comments provided as an offer or solicitation to invest. This is not investment advice. The information provided is believed to be accurate at the date the information is produced.