Today's giveaway comes from Author Charmel Delos Santos -- she's giving away 3 copies of her book “High Heeled Traders” today.Note: this giveaway is now over and the winners have been chosen and notified.
To be entered to win just leave a comment on this post. Tell us either how your investing strategy has changed over the course of your life or tell us your number one question about investing. US and Canada Residents only please. Winners will be randomly chosen using a random number generator. Void where prohibited.
Here's more about Charmel and High Heeled Traders:
Trading gets extreme...makeover!
If you want to learn about investing or trading shares, options or forex but worried about complex explanations, worry no more! Using girlie analogies in shopping, fashion and shoes-- this fun, educational and comprehensive guide will reveal:
• How behavior is a big part of trading and the ideas that actually work. • The most important ingredient to trading. If you had any kind of success, you got it. • How a woman’s busy lifestyle can help to trade. • Low-risk high-reward trades for markets going up, down, or sideways. • Easy-to-follow steps and exact information you’ll need to trade profitably with low risk. Save money, and avoid frustration from years of trial and error!
About Charmel Delos Santos
Charmel Delos Santos is a private trader, mother of three, systems analyst and ex-beauty queen wannabe.
Charmel grew up in the Philippines. The second of 3 sisters, she had strong women that influenced much of her life, as her mother and six aunts are mostly teachers. As a young woman, she worked in the family business exporting handicrafts made by women in her village. She was active in civic activities organizing and modelling in fashion shows, which prompted her to join Binibining Pilipinas in 1998 (Miss Philippines). She received her bachelor's in international studies from Miriam College in Manila while also taking up computer programming. She started her career as a business analyst and worked in information technology for 15 years. After investing in real estate, Santos traded shares and options with little success but continued to work through the lessons, finally getting breakthrough after taking advanced trading courses and workshops with Van Tharp Institute and changing her trading style to “trade as a woman”.
Her current focus is protecting assets and generating income using options and developing trading system for Forex. She is based in Sydney and currently volunteers in a mother's group. She is a member of the United Nations Women National Committee Australia.