On 4th September this year, XM will be hosting a new forex seminar entitled The Avramis Breakouts and Reversals in Bangkok, Thailand, offering free attendance for all those XM clients who are interested in learning about the practical use of swing trading techniques.
Seminar participants, who will be welcomed by XM staff members on the premises of the Intercontinental Bangkok hotel on 4th September, will have the exclusive opportunity to acquire relevant knowledge on the principles of swing trading and thus get a better grasp of the essentials of technical analysis. Presenter Marios Pashardes will demonstrate the easiest ways to interpret charts, spot out breakout price movements and trend reversals, along with the use of indicators, which help traders assess market sentiment, and find the best entry and exit points for their trades.
Seminar participants will also have the exclusive opportunity to get familiar with two of the proprietary tools of Tradepedia: the Avramis Swing Indicator and the Avramis Risk Management Indicator, by means of which they can gain a better understanding of market trending and learn how to apply risk management during their trades.
The morning and afternoon sessions of the seminar present a logically structured curriculum designed to impart useful information from the very basics to the more complex trading strategies. Additionally, Marios Pashardes will demonstrate with real-life examples how trades can be carried out with the use of the Tradepedia automated tools in various trade set-ups in order to take advantage of trending markets.
We look forward to meeting seminar participants in Bangkok soon. For further details on the seminar and to register well in time, please click here.
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