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AFTER a highly successful round of seminars and workshops in South Africa in May 2017, leading global forex broker FXTM is returning to South Africa to deliver more seminars and workshops to the eager traders. The broker was awarded their FSB licence in 2016 and they aim to assist traders by presenting their highly acclaimed educational workshops and seminars. The workshops and seminars will be presented by the Head of Education for FXTM, Andreas Thalassinos. He is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on Forex Trading.
A one-day seminar will be held in Sandton on Saturday, 16 September at the Balalaika Hotel, Maude Street, Sandown from 09:00 – 17:00 and the 3-day workshop will run at the same venue on Tuesday, 19 September through Thursday, 21 September from 18:00 – 21:00.
There will also be a one-day seminar, Durban at the Royal Palm Hotel, 8 Palm Blvd, Umhlanga Ridge on Saturday, 23 September from 09:00 – 17:00.
Thalassinos says: “We are really looking forward to coming back to South Africa, the delegates were incredibly engaged and participative in the last workshops, we are expecting even higher attendance this time around as the word has spread that we offer exceptional education. We have seen great interest in forex trading in this region. There has been significant growth in registrations, with a 70% increase in Q1 2017 compared to Q4 in 2016”.
FXTM currently provides education globally and customises the material for each market. In addition to workshops and seminars FXTM also provide traders with Webinars, articles and eBooks, and unlike many other brokers in South Africa, our training programmes are free. This underscores our commitment to ensuring a trader has a possibility to be successful”.
South Africans are well suited to currency trading because they are acutely aware of the role that currencies play in their economy. The volatility of the rand could mean that there is an excellent opportunity for an experienced trader to make potential profits, although trading in volatile markets entails risks.
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