PredictWallStreet, CHARLES SCHWAB’S POPULAR VIRTUAL EDUCATIONAL EVENT
FOR TRADERS SET FOR DECEMBER 3
Live streaming workshops will focus on timely topics critical to helping traders
better understand and navigate today’s markets
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 27, 2013— Charles Schwab’s Trading Services team remains focused on offering educational events and resources that traders want and will deliver an afternoon of instructive workshops streamed live over the Internet on Tuesday, December 3, 2013.
This free online event will feature a series of workshops led by industry professionals, custom-tailored to help traders make more informed trading decisions and better manage risk in today’s challenging markets.
“Traders value dedicated client service and access to meaningful education that is relevant and can help them engage the markets with more confidence,” said Kelli Keough, Senior Vice President of Trading Services at Charles Schwab. “Our clients understand that just because they trade alone, it doesn’t mean they are by themselves – and Schwab’s educational events give them the opportunity to learn directly from industry professionals to make sense of what’s currently happening in the markets and better anticipate what’s ahead.”
Schwab’s latest virtual trader event will stream live on Tuesday, December 3, 2013. Any trader interested in joining this free virtual event can visit www.schwab.com/VirtualTradingEvent to register, whether or not they are Schwab clients. The educational workshops include:
· 3:15 – 4:15 PM PST:“Strategic Trading in Today’s Market with a Focus on Q4 2013”
· 4:30 – 5:30 PM PST:“Risk Management: Help Protect Profits and Help Limit Losses”
· 5:30 – 6:30 PM PST:“Exhibit Hall and Question & Answer with Randy Frederick”
Between workshops, online participants can download event materials from the Resource Library and visit the virtual Exhibit Hall to chat with Schwab representatives.
Schwab’s virtual trader events are one example of the robust educational resources available to Schwab clients. Schwab also offers live in-branch educational workshops, live online workshops and on-demand online webinars. The Schwab Learning Center provides clients with access to a broad range of educational content for various skill levels—including Trading Paths, articles and pre-recorded seminars, as well as live events and webcasts—all in a central location. The Learning Center also offers clients a Trading catalog, which provides educational resources on a range of trading topics.
Schwab also provides traders with superior trading platforms and 24-hour access to experienced trading specialists, with no minimum trade requirements. For more information, please visit www.schwab.com/trader or call 888-245-6864.
For more information about Schwab’s trader education offering, visit www.schwabat.com/education.
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