Trading Derivatives TRaining & Investor Presentation
// The George, 216 St Georges Terrace, Perth
// 5th March 2020
// Free 3 Hour Event! (6pm-8pm)
Improve your trading with internal training from Lepus Proprietary and Richard Jackson, a 20-year pro trader and owner of Jakson Capital, Wolverton Investment Group and Lepus Proprietary Trading
Network with other traders and like-minded individuals.
Learn how you can become a trader and get allocated at Lepus Proprietary Trading.
For new and experienced traders.
Benjamin Ferraro, Attendee
"This event was awesome and it offers so much insight into the world of trading. Great for beginners that are just starting out and even experienced traders like myself."
DAVID J BARRETT,
I have just been doing the Convergence Trader course over the past few weeks and I think it is fantastic. I have learnt a lot of new things and have started to implement them into my trading. This is just the first step for me as I plan to do the 12 months Training next year. I would highly recommend the Convergence Trader Course to any newbies looking to start trading.
"Richard has always been keen to share his knowledge and experience with me and his steady guidance has put the fun back into forex. I highly recommend attending his workshops!"
Don't miss out
Save your spot now and take advantage of this rare opportunity to pick the brain of veteran trader, Richard Jackson.
5th March 2020
6pm - 8pm
The George, 216 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Hear from Richard Jackson, a 20 year veteran of derivatives trading. He will give you a new perspective on how to view the market and how he has become successful. DON'T MISS THIS!
Richard will be taking guests through:
Foreign Exchange Fundamentals
Technical Analysis Fundamentals
Advanced Technical Analysis
Advanced Technical Analysis Part II
CEO, Jackson Capital
I’ve been trading for 15 years starting off with index futures on the Russell 2000 and S&P 500 through CME. Also participating in open outcry at the CBOT, gaining invaluable experience from traders at major U.S. institutions.
However, to get where I am now wasn’t an easy road, at all. There’s a ton of money to be made. Good traders make a killing, it's a zero-sum game, consequently the vast majority lose money.
There’s so much more than just reading a chart and understanding technical analysis. These things are important, but what I’ve learned over the years is that accountability, discipline, and understanding our human behaviour is incomparably significant.
To syphon through the chaos of the market we deal in probabilities, however logic and rationale shift very easily if your win/loss or risk/reward ratio is skewed by the inherent behaviour of an undisciplined trader.
I'm excited to share with you what I've learned over the years through both my mistakes and triumphs. See you there!
- Richard Jackson