Rockwell Trading will take its LIVE Trading Summit to Orlando this March

For more information about the Rockwell LIVE Trading Summit in Orlando, Florida this March, go to the official Rockwell Live Summit page https://www.rockwelltrading.com/live-event

Austin, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The Rockwell LIVE Trading Summit, which is set to run from the 10th of March till the 12th promises to be another standing room only event, with both novice and more experienced traders already lining up to attend.

“We have people asking daily about the event and are already close to selling out. Some loyal customers have been to our previous events and can’t wait to come again, while others are new to Rockwell and excited about trading made simple. And that makes me super excited!

As a trading coach, my biggest satisfaction is to know that people are taking their financial freedom in their own hands, responsibly, and that what they learn from me is actually making their lives better.

We have done several Bootcamps and Live Trading Summits in Orlando over the past 18 months and I believe word of mouth has spread that Rockwell Trading is indeed the real deal.

The only problem I see is that we may need more seats!” said Heitkoetter.

Rockwell Trading’s LIVE Trading Summits offer a unique perspective for attendees, with them being able to see Markus trade his own accounts live right in front of their eyes.

“On Monday, attendees to our Live Trading Summit have a choice of either trading live using their own accounts, or a demo account or to just sit back and take notes while they watch me trade MY accounts right there on the spot.

Of course, we first teach the the basics of trading on Saturday and Sunday as well as what mindset to have, and how to identify profitable stocks. And when I say profitable, I’m talking about stocks that are about to blow up in a matter of hours or days and that I will trade myself Monday morning. Once they have gone through those basic steps, then we introduce to them trading strategies, and ultimately test everything they have learned through live trading.

Time after time, we see people leave smiling and excited about trading. Nothing beats the satisfaction we all get when a trader finally understands what it takes to make trading consistently profitable at our Live Summits. Their faces light up as if they have won a million dollars. And this is something I’m definitely looking forward to seeing again!” said Heitkoetter.

With all the excitement surrounding the Rockwell LIVE Trading Summit next month, the entire team will surely see another packed room with traders and their spouses hungry for simplified trading education that can only come from Rockwell Trading.

For more information about the Rockwell LIVE Trading Summit in Orlando, Florida this March, go to the official Rockwell Live Summit page https://www.rockwelltrading.com/live-event

Contact Info:
Name: Rockwell Trading Services LLC
Email: support@rockwelltrading.com
Organization: Rockwell Trading Services LLC
Address: 401 Congress Ave #1540, Austin, TX 78701, United States
Phone: +1-866-467-0747

For more information, please visit http://www.rockwelltrading.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300556

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