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Riding the Trend – Season 2 | 20.09.2018

FXTM’s Head of Education in Nigeria, Conrad Okongwu, is back with a brand-new follow-up to his popular Riding the Trend webinar series. In Riding the Trend – Season 2, Mr Okongwu will introduce you to even more opportunities within a trend, including multiple entry points, exiting at the peak of a trend, trailing stops while riding the trend and much more.

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