Mago do Mercado Launches Updated Version Of Sports Trading Course

Mago do Mercado offers a new sports trading course for those interested in sports, particularly football. The Trading Sports course teaches the techniques and methods of combining fun and investments.

Ipanema RJ - October 12, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Mago do Mercado, and Pedro Coelho is pleased to announce the release of their updated sports trading instructional vehicle, Course Trader Sports (http://magodomercado.com/curso-trader-esportivo-vale-a-pena/ ). The course was created by Juliano Fontes to teach the principles and techniques of obtaining consistent results in Sports Trading. It is based on the concept that football (soccer) can be a reliable investment opportunity for people who are willing to learn and apply the basic principles. Trading Sports offers the opportunity to combine fun and investment practices and principles.

Speaking in a recent interview, Pedro Coelho explained, “I believe that Sports Trading is a great investment opportunity, just like the Stock Exchange, but that is only if, as I always say, you have a smart and executable method, which also necessarily includes a well-structured risk management strategy. Unless you enter the sports trading arena effectively as an investment, and not as a bet, it will be impossible to succeed in a sustainable way.

“I decided to analyze the course" he continues, " in response to some of my email contacts. I make it a practice to plan for success with any type of investment which I undertake, and sports trading is no exception. I have often spoken here in the Market Mage about the importance of having an investment method which is appropriate to the investor profile. It is no use having the best investment method in the world if it simply does not fit the investor's personality. In this regard, I believe that the sports trader course has a great advantage."

Juliano Fontes's Sports Trader course has a simplicity that makes it extremely easy to follow even with those who have never had any previous investment experience. The course is complete and teaches all the concepts needed from the most basic to the most advanced if effectively applied and practiced to be successful. Additional details are available at http://magodomercado.com/curso-trader-esportivo-vale-a-pena/.

Contact Info:
Name: Pedro Coelho
Organization: Mago do Mercado
Address: Av. Visconde de Pirajá 595, 808, Ipanema RJ Brazil
Phone: +552196683-0447

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/mago-do-mercado-launches-updated-version-of-sports-trading-course/247628

For more information, please visit http://magodomercado.com/

Source: MarketersMedia

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