|From 18:00||Avoiding commonplace mistakes when starting trading + FXCM trading environment (spreads, liquidity and resources)|
|18:30 -19:00||Basics of technical and fundamental analysis|
|19:00 -19:30||Platform walkthrough and tools|
|19:30-20:00||How to find trade ideas and opportunities|
Live trading examples
|20:00-20:15||Short break and refreshments|
|20:15 – 20:45||Building a Trading plan|
Trading psychology and spread-bet risk management
|20:45 – 21:00||Q & A|
WHERE TO FIND US ?
FXCM UKAddress: 20 Gresham Street, 4th Floor, London EC2V 7JE, United Kingdom
James Taylor is a sales associate in our London office. Prior to joining FXCM in 2017, he worked on the trading floors of 3 different North American Oil and Gas companies. He is also a graduate of the Online Trading Academy and has completed their FX, Futures and Stock Trading courses.
Al Fyvie works in sales in our London office, joining FXCM in March 2018. He works with new and existing FXCM clients to provide education for traders of all experience levels. In conjunction with a targeted approach to risk management and trading psychology, he focuses on incorporating fundamental and technical analysis to help clients develop suitable trading strategies. Prior to this, Al worked at RBS and is self-taught in trading.
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