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Trade your way to financial freedom with Malkansview

Malkansview is one of India’s largest organisers of seminars on stock trading and investing.

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Nov 08, 2019, 12.15 PM IST
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Malkansview, one of India’s largest organisers of seminars on stock trading and investing, is organising ‘Stock Trading Simplified’ seminar.(In pic from left: Meghana Malkan, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Vishal Malkan)
At Vishal and Meghana Malkan’s seminar, you will learn the tips and tricks to navigate the stock market.

Stock trading as a full-time profession is not something many people consider. Given the volatile nature of the stock market and the inherent risks involved, people are hesitant to take it up as a full-time venture. However, this hesitation stems from inadequate knowledge, lack of strategy and confidence. What a good stock trader needs is to ride the lows with equanimity and know that losses and adversity are inbuilt into the nature of this profession.

One needs the skill to control his or her emotions in the face of adversity and loss, and this is not something most people have. But Vishal and Meghana Malkan have bucked these generalisations and have been in this trade for more than a decade now. With an educational background in law, Meghana broke the shackles of a corporate job 12 years ago to become a full-time stock trader.

While on this journey, she was mentored by her husband, Vishal, who has been a stock trader from the age of 16. The couple decided to help people get over their apprehensions about taking up stock trading as a full-time occupation and set up the training institute Malkansview.

So, whether you are a homemaker, or have a background in marketing or engineering, medicine, or information technology, Malkansview promises to equip you with the requisite skills to make you a professional trader.

From seminars, webinars, live and online coaching programmes, the institute claims to have trained many thousands to take control of their financial future. The duo has also co-authored the book #CASHTAGS – How Anyone Can Get Started in the Stock Markets and Level up as a Power Trader that aims at providing simple solutions to stock trading issues. It makes stock trading simple and easy, and features professional insights from experts like Dr Van Tharp, Dr CK Narayan, Raamdeo Agarwal and others.

Malkansview, one of India’s largest organisers of seminars on stock trading and investing, is organising ‘Stock Trading Simplified’ seminar. You will discover the enormous possibility that the profession of trading has to offer.

When: November 12 (Tuesday)
Where: At Indian Medical Association, IMA House, 992, Tilak Road, Dadawadi, Shukrawar Peth, Pune Morning session from 10 am to 1 pm.
Afternoon session from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Event registration is free. Offer is valid only today.
For more details, call 9821618517 or visit www.malkanseminar.com

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