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Risk warning: Trading is risky. Your capital is at risk. FT Global Ltd is regulated by IFSC.

Traders in Pretoria Welcome the Ultimate Trading Formula

28.11.2018 Education & Events

FXTM was thrilled to return to Pretoria, South Africa, to share the Ultimate Trading Formula with eager forex devotees*. On 25 November, our highly esteemed Head of Education Andreas Thalassinos presented an interactive one-day seminar and delivered vital insights into the world of forex.

Set in the backdrop of the beautiful Sheraton Pretoria Hotel, the day began with an incredibly enthusiastic atmosphere, which only increased as the event continued. The Ultimate Trading Formula is designed for traders of all levels and experience; guests leave with a deeper understanding whether they are brand-new to the industry or simply looking to consolidate their existing knowledge.

Over the course of the event, participants were guided through topics including:

  • The secrets of the Ultimate Trading Formula
  • Risk-management principles
  • Pinpointing trading opportunities
  • Identifying entry and exit points
  • Trading with confidence, and much more

There were also plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion, and it was fantastic to talk participants through their trading journeys. Feedback following the seminar was extremely positive, and we were delighted to meet so many of our traders in Pretoria!

On behalf of FXTM, we’d like to thank everyone who contributed to this terrific event. It was really wonderful to see so much enthusiasm – it makes our dedication to client education even stronger! After the success of this trip, we promise to plan more events very soon.

Please keep an eye on our seminars page to learn about educational opportunities in your area.

Interested in starting your trading journey with an award-winning, global broker? Join FXTM today!

*All the material presented at this event has been approved by the company's Key Individual, in accordance with FSCA guidelines.
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