FxPro London Office Seminar on Forex Trading

forex_marketFxPro is hosting a free seminar at our London office at 18h00 GMT on Wednesday 25th March and would like to invite forex traders who are interested to learn how they could improve their trading.  The seminar will cover:

  • A brief introduction to FxPro
  • The essentials of risk management
  • The importance of money management in trading
  • Technical vs. fundamental analysis
  • First principles of automated trading

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The presentations will take no longer than one hour including an informal Q & A session afterwards. Please sign up by clicking on the link below or you can contact us on either seminar@fxpro.com with your name and telephone number or call +44(0)20-3023-1776.

Places are limited and allocated on a first comefirst serve basis and so please get in touch as soon as you can.

Sign up here  –  http://www.fxpro.co.uk/trading/academy/events

Venue  – FxPro Headquarters, 13-14 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5BQ


About the Speakers

Simon Smith

Simon is Chief Economist at FxPro and has substantial experience in undertaking live interviews for media organisations around the world. His background in macroeconomics and markets means that he is more than comfortable discussing what is happening in the economy and relating this back to financial markets and what it means for individuals and investors. Previously, Simon was Chief Economist at Weavering Capital and has held previous positions with 4Cast and Standard & Poor’s. Simon holds a MSc in Economics from the University of London and a BSc in Economic and Business Finance from Brunel University.

Angus Campbell

Angus Campbell is Senior Analyst at FxPro and has over twelve years’ experience working in the City analysing and commentating on financial markets. He has made regular television appearances on Bloomberg, CNBC Europe, Reuters TV, CNN, BBC and Sky News. Prior to joining FxPro in July 2013 Angus spent five years as Head of Market Analysis at London Capital Group. Angus holds a BA Hons in Business & Accounting from the University of Exeter.


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Gary Beal