Introduction to the Share Market

Next Available: Sat, 07 Sep 9:00AM
3.0 hours
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Curious about the Share Market but not sure where to start? Well come along to this 3 hours workshop and ask Patrick all your questions!

The development of online share trading has made it easier than ever to invest in shares on the ASX, but for too many people there is a perception that it is complex or risky, or that you need a lot of cash to get started. This workshop will introduce you to the basic way that online trading works and how to get started. It will cover new trading options designed to reduce risk and costs. It will compare share-trading to property investment and look at  the  pros  and  cons  of  both.  The share market is a ‘get rich slowly’ scheme that anyone can access. The sooner you get started whilst applying the best strategies to protect against risk, the more wealth you may accumulate.

When: 9-12pm, Saturday 7th September

Time: 9am - 12pm

Where: Castlemaine Community House, 30 Templeton Street, Castlemaine

Fee: $20 per person

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What you will learn
  • Students will learn about where/how to start with the share market, to understand how to reduce risks and costs. ** This workshop WILL NOT offer recommendations on which shares to buy.
What you will get
  • Students will begin to form an introductory understanding of the Share Market, with which to begin engaging with it.

What to bring
  • Please bring pen and notebook for note taking
What to wear


Appropriate for

This class is recommended to absolute beginners, who'd like to begin to understand the share market.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

Refunds Policy Cancellations and refunds policy:

  • No refund will be issued within 48 hours of the course start date or once the course has commenced.
  • A full refund, less a 10% administration fee will be provided for  all booking cancellations requested prior to the course start date.
  • Any flexibility outside the above policies must be approved by the Castlemaine Community House Manager.

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