Investing in financial markets can be a thrilling and challenging journey. As investors, we face a myriad of emotions, market fluctuations, and unforeseen circumstances that can impact our decisions.
Hugo Investing is hosting a talk by Lee Sandford, chronicling his transition “From Footballer to Trader.” After an illustrious 18-year career in professional football, Lee mastered the financial markets, becoming the author of ‘Goals to Gold’ and the founder of the esteemed Trading College in the UK, where he has imparted trading knowledge to hundreds.
The Heidelberg School shelters under its own unique umbrella taking their academic influences equally from the Royal Academy School in London and the French Impressionists. Key members were Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Frederick McCubbin and Charles Conder whose art evolved from the informal, evocative and naturalistic into a nationalistic expression. In 1901 McCubbin bought a cottage on Mount Macedon, its surroundings became the inspiration for some of his best known works, the family named the property Fontainebleau. Its guest list ranged from Ellen Terry and Dame Nellie Melba to his myriad students who camped in the gardens.