Trading the News Effectively

7 June, 2019

13 June 12:00 PM GMT

Learn what you need to know about trading the news in this focused session with senior trader and forex researcher, Oto. Get all your questions answered about the two basic market types, how to decide what news to trade and more as he discusses:

  • Price action vs. mean reversion in news trading
  • How to effectively trade the news
  • Common pitfalls in news trading

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