XM Hosts Free Seminar in Budapest, Hungary

5 October, 2016

On 19th November this year, XM will be hosting a forex seminar in the Hungarian capital city, with free registration for clients. Presented by acknowledged forex instructors Attila Szoboszlai and Zsolt Sándor, the seminar entitled Price Risk Levels and the Use of Fibonacci will take place on the premises of InterContinental Budapest Hotel. Designed for both novice and more advanced traders keen on keeping abreast of the most frequently used online investing practices, the topic to be presented includes highly relevant risk management strategies, techniques to assess market trending, as well as a series of trading tools such as Fibonacci.

All those who participate at the free seminar will also have the opportunity to familiarize with one of the Tradepedia proprietary tools, the Avramis Fibo Indicator, as well as meet the XM staff members on the premises in person.


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