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FIRST TIMERS TO ITPM ONLY !
Saturday Sept 18th @ 9am EST till 11am EST

http://www.itpm.com/seminars/ 

***ONLY 200 FIRST TIMERS TO ITPM WILL BE ALLOWED ON THIS WEBINAR***

NOTE: THIS WEBINAR IS FOR ITPM FIRST TIMERS ONLY. If you have registered previously for a Live ITPM Webinar or Seminar you can not attend this event. ITPM Alumni can not attend this webinar.

*JOIN ITPM SENIOR TRADING MENTOR EDWARD SHEK AND ITPM HEAD OF TRADING ALIN PUIAN AT 9AM EST (New York Time) ON SATURDAY SEPT 18th FOR THIS WEBINAR. RETAIL TRADERS GLOBALLY WILL BE ABLE TO ACCESS THIS WEBINAR. 

*REGISTER THE CORRECT INFORMATION. IF YOUR DETAILS ARE INCOMPLETE AND / OR SPURIOUS YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE THE LINK TO THE WEBINAR. IF YOUR DETAILS ARE ACCURATE YOU WILL RECEIVE THE WEBINAR LINK 1 HOUR BEFORE THE WEBINAR BEGINS TO YOUR INBOX. 

ON THIS WEBINAR YOU WILL LEARN THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE INFORMATION;-

Webinar Timetable;-

HOW I FIND KICK ASS TRADE IDEAS!

LINK sent to delegates at 8AM EST (New York Time)

9AM EST (New York Time) Start, 10.30AM open questions, 11AM Finish.

Webinar Speaker – Edward Shek

Edward Shek – Senior Trading Mentor – Institute of Trading and Portfolio Management

From 1994 until retirement in 2019 Edward Shek had a prolonged and very successful twenty-five-year career as a Professional Trader in Financial Markets.

Ed graduated from King’s College London with a B.Sc in Physics.

Upon graduation he started his career at Goldman Sachs in the London office in 1994. Over the next nine years he traded Convertible Bonds, Warrants and Cash Equities in Tokyo, New York and then London.

Ed found his niche when back at the London desk at Goldman Sachs, specializing in European Equities, trading most major sectors at the firm. He oversaw several of the top three ranking businesses at Goldman Sachs Europe covering sectors that included Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals and Telecoms, Media and Technology (TMT) Stocks.

Ed ran a $100mln Long / Short Equities portfolio at Goldman Sachs.

In 2006 Ed moved to Cazenove where he successfully traded the European Banks and Insurance Equities books through the 2008-2009 Great Financial Crisis (GFC). An experience very few traders in the World managed to trade through profitably.

Cazenove was fully bought by JP Morgan in 2009. Ed was promoted and moved internally at JP Morgan to the Global Emerging Markets Equities business. Ed then spent six years in Johannesburg South Africa where he ran the SA Trading Desk before returning to London to run the Emerging Markets (CEEMEA) trading business. During his time at JP Morgan Cazenove Ed ran multiple Long / Short Equities Portfolios of $100mln gross exposure.

After a brief spell as Head of Equities Trading at BCS Global, Ed retired from the Investment Bank / Professional Trading business after twenty-five years.

Throughout his Professional Trading career Ed has always been heavily involved with recruiting and has mentored many young professionals over his career. Countless numbers of individuals that Ed has mentored over the years have gone on to achieve very successful careers in the Financial Markets.

ITPM BACKGROUND AND INFO;-

Typically we have three types of delegates that attend our seminars and then join the Institute;-

1.    Delegates currently trading with their own money who have struggled to make consistent Returns on their Capital.

2.    Delegates who want to start trading with their own savings and seek a higher level Professional Trading & Investing education Vs what is available elsewhere.

3.    Delegates who are looking to enter the Professional world of Trading and Investing via Hedge Funds and Investment Banks.

You do not need any prior experience in Trading and Portfolio Management to attend one of our seminars. All you require is a basic level of common sense and arithmetic ability.

At the Institute you will be taught everything you need to know from basic to more advanced techniques. Our approach is challenging both to a beginner and more experienced traders. The professional trader approach is like nothing you have ever seen before. This is because it is simply not taught to the Retail Trader market and is usually only reserved for professional traders. 

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