Free Forex & CFDs Seminars in Johannesburg
Get to Know FXCM and our services and meet our local staff! Let FXCM give you the essential tools you need to start trading. FXCM Seminars are designed to offer you the chance to learn the necessary and vital concepts needed to understand the markets.
Trade Forex & CFDs With FXCM
In this Seminar you will have the opportunity to learn more about Forex & CFDs trading and explore FXCM’s advantages and offerings. We will help you understand the basic concepts of online trading and walk you trough FXCM’s flagship trading platform – Trading Station. It will also be a great opportunity to meet the staff of the FXCM South Africa office.
Seating is limited. The seminar is available only for live accounts holders. If you do not have a live account with FXCM, you can contact us to setup your individual meeting with one of our representatives.
ADVANCED TRADING SEMINAR Available in May only
During this seminar, we will explore important trading concepts such as Technical and Fundamental Analysis. We will examine the use of specific technical indicators and go over Risk Management rules, so that traders can form a complete trading plan. Furthermore, we will walk you through some of FXCM’s trading tools, such as the Speculative Sentiment Index (SSI) and Grid Sight Index (GSI).
Seating is limited. The seminar will be only available for live accounts holders with deposits of $2.000 or above. Make sure you receive an email from one of our representatives to confirm your registration.
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Location of our seminars
FXCM South Africa: 114 West Street, 6th Floor, Katherine & West Building, Sandton, 2196, Johannesburg, South Africa.
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