22 Apr 2021
7:45PM - 9:10PM
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Ready, Set, Corporate Action! Learn how Corporate Actions will benefit you!
Join us at our 1st RakuTalk Webinar… on how Corporate Actions can be profitable!
About this Event
Ready, Set, Corporate Action! Learn how Corporate Actions can benefit you!
This webinar is totally FREE and open to the public.
Date : 22 April 2021, Thursday
Time : 7.45PM – 9.10PM
Venue : LIVE! on our YouTube and Facebook
8:00PM :Introduction by emcee
8:05PM :Corporate Action 411
8:35PM :Stock Picks
8:50PM :Q&A session
9:10PM :Session ends
RM0 to join! At the end of the webinar, you’ll receive a feedback form to be completed before 23:59 the same day to claim 100 RT Points*.
What are RakuTalks? Webinars that are streamed live via Facebook and YouTube to provide knowledge about digital trading, ideal for beginner to advance traders.
How do I join? Simply fill in the registration form on Eventbrite. You’ll receive an automatic email from Rakuten Trade with the link to access the event. The event will run from 7.45pm – 9.00pm on Thursday, 22 April 2021 (GMT+8). If you don’t receive the link within two working days of signing up via Eventbrite, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (Please note, it may be in your junk folder).
How much will it cost? Nothing! It’s completely FREE!
I’m a RakuRanger. Can I join? Of course!
I’m not a Rakuten Trade client. Can I participate? Definitely!
What are the benefits of attending?
#1: Understanding what Corporate action is
#2: Making CA’s work in your favor
#3: Our CA picks
#4: Share your feedback on our 1st RakuTalk session and earn 100RT points (Exclusively for RT Clients)
How to get 100 RT Points*?
What do I do next? Simply fill in the registration form and you will receive a confirmation email with link to join on Thursday, 22 April 2021. To be rewarded with 100 RT Points*, sign up a Rakuten Trade account ahead of the webinar.
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