Practical Route to Disciplined Trading

11 July, 2018

In early July, traders flocked to Johannesburg’s Protea Hotel to receive exclusive insights from FX Educator Jacques Nel. The Practical Route to Disciplined Trading is one of FXTM’s popular educational series, and provides traders with a comprehensive guide to the fundamentals of forex before delving into more complex topics.*

On the 1st of July, the series kicked off with a seminar which offered traders the chance to gain a firm grasp on the basics of trading. Mr Nel’s unique teaching style ensured that both forex novices and more experienced traders enjoyed discovering more about the thrilling world of trading. In between well-earned refreshment breaks, traders enjoyed introductions to trading and the financial markets, forex, indicators, and the Bollinger Bands strategy.

The turnout at the three-day workshop, from the 3rd to the 5th of July, exceeded all expectations. Traders who attended the seminar returned to consolidate their understanding, and first-time participants gathered from afar to learn about topics including risk management, applying advanced filters and applications to the Bollinger Bands strategy, trading psychology and formulating a trading plan.

We’re proud to receive such positive feedback from attendees, and are delighted to learn that so many traders found both events valuable. Following the Practical Route to Disciplined Trading seminar and workshop, attendees said they were eager to get back and try out their new trading strategies.

It has been a busy few weeks for our office in South Africa. On the 30th of June, we attended the 2018 International Forex Trading Expo at the Sandton Convention Centre. 2000 forex enthusiasts from South Africa and beyond gathered to hear world-class speakers talk about the currency market. It was a fantastic opportunity to share knowledge and experiences in person with so many traders.

Want to learn more about our educational events in your area? Bookmark our seminars page to keep up-to-date with our latest opportunities.


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