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The Moving Average Spring Strategy | 16.01.2019

Join FX expert Theunis Kruger for our Moving Average Spring Strategy webinar in English! Designed for both new and experienced traders alike, Theunis’ webinar will guide you through building a foundation for trading in the forex market through solid strategy-planning. Topics include: • Technical and Fundamental Analysis • The Importance of Trend • Risk management strategies • FXTM resources, and much more! Maximise your trading potential from the comfort of your own home.

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