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The Professor's One Minute Guide to Stock Management  

Learn about trading and managing your portfolio. Discover how to identify stocks that go up and how to avoid those that go down. Learn to do this yourself, without the aid of a broker. This is not your typical financial planning course. Take control. Manage your investments.

Students attending the course will receive a copy of "The Professor's One-Minute Guide to Stock Management". This 150-page book was written in direct response to student requests for a reference manual. The book expands on the concepts of the Professor's Methodology and covers everything discussed in the six hours of class, including the charts and PowerPoint slides. It also contains a helpful glossary that defines the key terms used and a subject index of the topics covered, and where they can be found in the book.

Please note: Some basic knowledge of the stock market is recommended.


What students are saying: 

"After taking the class, I no longer feel like I have to be a victim to the market. I can study the market and make informed decisions. I don't have to be in the market all of the time.  It is ok to be out.  It is ok to short. I had no clue on ETF's and reverse ETF's.  It is a whole new world.

I realize it isn't foolproof and money can be lost but I now feel like a participant and not a spectator.

I would encourage anyone interested in trading and investing to take this class. How you view the stock market and investing will never be the same and you will profit from it."

 

- D. Knapp,  about the Professor’s One Minute Guide to Stock Management

 

The Professor's One Minute Guide to Stock Management $149.00
Dates Time Days Sessions Building
10/29/2014 - 11/12/2014 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM W 3 UNF Herbert University Center
Instructor(s): Henry Swiencinski

 

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