Powerup Training, which offers finance education to individual traders and investors as well as professional working in banks, financial institutions, broking houses and corporate treasury departments to further their career advancement, will organise a free seminar at Concorde Hotel Doha, Airport Road, on February 17 and 18.
Kishore M, founder and trainer of the company, has trained more than 100,000 participants across 10 countries in the area of alternative investments.
PowerUp Training teaches across a wide range of specialisations, such as stocks, options, CFDs, futures, forex, commodities, property, shares, REITs and Internet marketing. It has conducted the derivatives workshop for senior corporate management teams, broking houses and derivative exchanges members and also holds stock market seminars for public
The statement notes that Powerup Training has “now entered Middle East with the proposal to break the conventional investor mindset by introducing a forex and options course. The company also educates investors by teaching them to invest in ETF (exchange traded funds), which is buying a basket of stocks rather a single company.
Kishore M from Powerup Training, along with the organiser, Prasad from Excellence Consulting, has their office in Burj Doha, West Bay, and “plans to make Qatar its headquarters”, the statement adds.
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