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 Have you ever wanted to know more about Momentum Trading? Now is your chance to find out with footballer turned trader, Lee Sandford. Lee has teamed up with Binary.com and on the 17th July 2014 will be sharing his strategy and tips on how to become a successful momentum trader.

Momentum traders focus on stocks that move significantly in one direction on high volume. They may hold their positions for as little or as long as they wish ranging from a couple of minutes, hours or days, depending on how quickly the stock moves and when it changes direction.  For more information and to register please visit:  http://info.binary.com/momentumtrading

FIND OUT ALL ABOUT MOMENTUM TRADING WITH LEE SANDFORD 2As part of the scheme launched at the beginning of the world cup and until the 9th September 2014, anyone opening an account and trading with Binary.com will also be supporting grass roots football clubs in Portsmouth, Stoke City and Sheffield as Lee continues to support local clubs he’s passionate about by donating 10% of his earnings with Binary.com.  In addition, Binary.com will also credit your trading account with £25 to get you started.

 Commenting on the webinar, Lee Sandford, founder of The Trading College and webinar host said:

“I am delighted to be hosting this webinar in collaboration with Binary.com. Momentum Trading is incredibly versatile and you need a platform that provides you with the flexibility to get in and out of trades as quickly or as slowly as you wish, in my view Binary.com gives traders that flexibility.   I look forward to hosting my first webinar with Binary.com and hope it is one of many.”

To start trading and take part in this great scheme please click on the following link: http://info.binary.com/leesandford

 Who can apply to be part of the scheme?

Not-for-profit community groups, youth clubs, football clubs and education establishments which have been operating for more than two years and where players are between the ages of 5 to 11 years old are all welcome to apply and can do so by following this link:  http://info.binary.com/leesandford sponsorship  *