Toronto, Canada, July 6, 2015 – Inc. (, Toronto’s leading provider of professional stock market trading courses designed to create successful traders on the financial market, is weighing in on how recent political challenges in Greece could derail the current bull market. The company is also confirming Tuesday, July 14 and Thursday, July 16 as the dates for its next complimentary two-hour stock market trading workshops. The first stock market trading workshop presented by Inc. will take place on Tuesday, July 14 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Inc. head office at 885 Don Mills Road, Suite 200 in Toronto. The second free two-hour stock market trading workshop will take place on Thursday, July 16 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Humber College North Campus, located at the corner of Finch Avenue West and Highway 27. “The U.S. markets are trading near record-highs and have not experienced a real 10% correction in four years. But the threat of Greece leaving the eurozone has sent equities into the red and could derail both the U.S. and global markets,” says George Karpouzis, Co-founder and Director of Education at Learn-To-Trade Inc. “That doesn’t mean investors should avoid Wall Street. There are investment concepts that can help investors make money no matter what the global markets are doing.” At the complimentary two-hour stock market trading workshop, guests will learn how to insure their stock positions against losses, how to rent their stocks to create monthly cashflow, and how to speculate on stocks using options. “They will also discover simple techniques designed to help investors earn additional income trading the financial markets, regardless of market direction. Finally, those in attendance will learn about’s unique Lifetime Membership and how they can re-attend any part of the program as often as they like,” Karpouzis concludes. Those interested in attending one of the upcoming complimentary two-hour Inc. stock market trading workshops on either Tuesday, July 14 or Thursday, July 16 can register online at, email, call 416-510-5560, or visit the offices at 885 Don Mills Road, Suite 200, Toronto.