“How to Out-maneuver the Economy and Make Windfall Profits”

Venue: Ala Moana Hotel - Carnation Room

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 05, 2008 End Date/Time: Nov 05, 2008
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Futures Trading Seminar
“How to Out-maneuver the Economy and Make Windfall Profits”

Bill McCready, trader and author of the Futures Trading Secrets course, will be offering a two hour seminar on Wednesday, November 5, 2008 at the Ala Moana Hotel Carnation Room in Honolulu.

McCready says, “In this seminar I will share secrets of making consistent profits regardless of market conditions. I teach a safe, low-risk method of online day trading, and it’s just like playing a video game. I guarantee you will walk out of this seminar with practical tools you can apply and execute the very next day that will improve your trading immediately.”

Attendees Will Learn
• How to generate constant cash flow today by understanding market patterns and timing.
• How people can avoid being paralyzed with fear and feel secure in their own ability to profit from the darkest headlines.
• How to react to the changing economic environment, and why trading is the perfect business.

Who Should Attend
• Anyone interested in recovering their lost stock and 401K fund value.
• Anyone looking to supplement their income, replace a lost income, or to hedge against the coming recession and inflation.
• Current traders and investors who want a bulletproof method to trading success.

For more information and to register, go to http://www.FuturesTradingSuccess.com . Attendance is limited.

About the Presenter

Bill McCready is a former Hawaii resident. He was a founding member of the Hawaii Venture Capital Association, co-owner of KONG Radio on Kauai, and Superintendent of the Mauna Kea Observatory.

He began his trading career in 1998 and developed the Futures Trading Secrets Course in 2001 to document his findings and to help his friends learn to trade.


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Additional Information

Attendance fee is $49.00. Seminar will last two hours, followed by Q and A.