The sharemarket is an ‘equal opportunity’ employer. You’ll be rewarded in direct proportion to the effort that you expend and the skills you develop.
There is no such thing as a ‘born trader’. Every principle of trading is learned.
Let’s face it though – some traders seem to be born with the Midas touch. They have the right attitude towards risk and the right personality and money seems to just flow to them with very little effort.
But… what if you feel that this isn’t YOU?
You see, the research suggests that women feel like they’re behind the eight ball when it comes to investing. They feel like this is a male domain, and that they lack the inherent skills.
Let’s bust those myths today once and for all.
This interview with Louise Bedford and Emma Hall from Femme Finance will help you style your money scripts to pass on to the next generation, explain how women can get into the driver’s seat of their own finances, and tell you why having an open conversation with your spouse about money can make all the difference.
It was first aired on the Femme Finance podcast as an episode called ‘Trading Talk’ at this link – https://femmefinance.co.nz/podcast/.
We’re About to Close Bookings for our Mentor Program
Once you’re a part of our Mentor Program, Chris Tate and Louise Bedford will continue to work with you for free until you reach your trading goals.
To be a part of it all though, you’ll need to register on our Trading Game website, or you’ll just miss out. And imagine being able to trade your way to freedom, safe in the knowledge that you’ve got our support every step of the way.
Go to www.tradinggame.com.au and investigate the Mentor Program.
About Louise Bedford
Louise is a best-selling author and the founder of www.tradinggame.com.au. She and her business partner, Chris Tate, have been running their repeat-for-free Mentor Program since the year 2000. They provide simple techniques that you can implement straight away, and valuable resources to enhance your trading so you can maximise your profit potential.
To get in touch with Louise