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Free Download Lex Van Dam Trading Academy: 5-Step-Trading Stocks I And II

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Lex Van Dam Trading Academy: 5-Step-Trading Stocks I And II

Lex van Dam Trading Academy - 5-Step-Trading Stocks I and II
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In his BBC television TV show Million Dollar Traders, former Goldman Sachs trader Lex van Dam trained a diverse group of eight people with no trading experience for two weeks, after which he handed them $1 million of his own money. They then traded his money for eight weeks, and ended up outperforming the professionals.

This training program they followed serves as the basis of 5-Step-TradingР’В® Stocks.

The goal of 5-Step-TradingР’В®Stocks, which is primarily aimed at beginners, is to give you a good grounding for trading and investing in the stock market. Our main ethos is to help Main Street understand the methods of Wall Street.
Lex van Dam is regulated by the FCA and the Academy adheres to the highest professional and ethical standards.

Why take this course?
Lex van Dam is one of the leading financial educators in the world.
This course covers everything you need to know about trading stocks. The 5-Step-TradingР’В® Stock course is the culmination of everything Lex has learned about trading in the financial markets. It has taken him twenty years to get to where he is today and the courses he has written serve as a robust basis for those who want to learn more about trading and investing. Lex's 5-Step-TradingР’В® methodology takes you from Idea Generation through to Technical Analysis, Chart Analysis, Trading Psychology and Risk Management, and you will also learn some of the most important and necessary ingredients for trading and investing in Stocks
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