The free on-site forex education of XM, started several years ago and virtually spanning the globe by now, has chosen the capital city of Taiwan as its newest setting for a free forex seminar on 30th July 2016.
Headed by Tradepedia-certified instructor Marios Pashardes, the upcoming seminar offers free registration to XM clients and will be hosted by XM at The Westin Taipei hotel in Taipei.
For all those who wish to improve their trading knowledge and learn how to apply technical analysis in their trading practices in order to assess prices direction and spot out the optimal entry and exit points the XM seminar has much to offer. From the very basics of the global markets to the more complex techniques all details will be demonstrated to attendees with real-life examples, which helps traders grasp the very essence of successful trading.
Comprising a morning and an afternoon session, the intensive seminar follows a systematic curriculum that aims to teach participants how to apply the best strategies with ease and how to become more profitable in the long run. The highlights of the event will be the Avramis Swing Indicator and the strategy called Avramis Trend Reversal, with the help of which traders can identify trends, plan their entry points and manage risk with stop and profit orders.
Last but not least, all seminar participants will have the chance to enter a Lucky Draw, which will be offering prizes worth 1,500 USD to the lucky winners, whose names will be raffled on the event premises.
The XM staff members present at the event, along with instructor Marios Pashardes, look forward to welcoming clients in Taipei on 30th July. For more details and for early registrations, click here.
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