Benzinga Boot Camp Features Live Strategy Sessions For Stocks, Options On May 29

Benzinga Boot Camp Features Live Strategy Sessions For Stocks, Options On May 29

Benzinga is providing the opportunity to interact with leaders in the retail and institutional trading space at its stocks and options Benzinga Boot Camp on Friday, May 29.

Featured speakers include Adam Johnson, founder at Bullseye Brief; Anne-Marie Baiynd, chief technical strategist at TheTradingBook.com; Jerremy Newsome, founder at Real Life Trading; and Nic Chahine, managing director at CIWOS on Marketfy.

What To Expect At Benzinga's Boot Camp

As part of the event, viewers will receive live and on-demand access to step-by-step content on how to trade stocks and advance careers in trading. The May 29 Boot Camp is the follow-up to an April 2020 event that taught viewers how to use options as a low-risk way to gain leveraged exposure in the market.

On Friday, following a live trading session, Boot Camp traders will learn beginner and advanced strategies throughout the day.

Adam Johnson, one of the few seasoned professionals attending the event, is a career finance veteran, working at Merrill Lynch, ING Furman Selz, Louis Dreyfus and Bloomberg before starting Bullseye Brief, a platform for trading insights.

In an earlier conversation with Benzinga, Johnson said investors have lacked the proper knowledge about where to look and what to look for when investing for far too long.

As a result, Johnson will share his go-to tips and strategies, helping traders and investors gain clarity, as well as identify and act on opportunities.

“I’m an optimist by nature. There is something very exciting to me about American ingenuity, as a theme, and that’s really where I focus: people and companies that are changing the world,” Johnson told Benzinga.

To attend the Boot Camp and learn more about investing and trading as a career, click here.

Photo by Esther Muñoz Trilla from Pexels.

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