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Click here for list of recorded webinars on Paritech products.

Paritech has developed a wide variety of online educational resources for beginners and expert’s alike. These well-researched and well presented resources draw on experience and information gained over many years of technical expertise and skills in the field.

Follow the links below to view multimedia presentations. Download times vary on low speed internet connections. Click on the desired the lessons below to start the viewing interactive education.

Online Streaming Education

In this section we look at many different aspects of investing, covering a range of  topics such as Beginners Guide, Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis and Pulse (Flash presentation)

Technical Analysis Resource
Looks at the basics of shares and gives an introduction to what they are used for by a company.

Wealth Management

In this section, we cover various issues you should know about in relation to not only managing your investments, but optimizing them to give you the best possible returns.

Tools Selector Guide

With the multitude of tools being promoted in the marketplace, from Software, Data feeds, Training and Hardware, how do I select which are the correct ones for me to help me achieve more profitable trading.

Simple Rules to Investing
Many books on Trading and Investing cover these principles as a guide to maximise your gains and minimise your risks. These simple Technical and Fundamental Analysis rules have been summarised here to help you gain a better perspective when investing or trading.

16 Common Mistakes Made by Investors
This list details some common mistakes most investors make. Review them and try to avoid them when making investment decisions.