Forex Seminars Successfully Held in Three Filipino Cities

Between 1st and 29th February, XM organised free forex educational events in Manila, Palawan and General Santos City with the aim to teach online investors how to potentially improve their trading techniques for more successful investment outcome.

The seminar titled The Avramis River Combined with Fundamental Analysis was presented by forex instructor Jonathan Lou Reyes in Manila on 1st, followed by Palawan on 15th and then by General Santos City on 29th February.

As online investors’ potential to reach the best of their abilities heavily relies on understanding the global markets and the ability to improve all-important trading techniques and strategies, the seminar focused on both these major aspects.

During his presentation, Jonathan Lou Reyes emphasized the importance of key trend-following technical indicators such as the Avramis River, which helps investors capture and correctly interpret relevant market data, as well as easily identify ranging markets, determine support-resistance levels and spot out high-quality trends. Moreover, considerable time was also dedicated to the use of the Avramis River in combination with fundamental analysis techniques, with special focus on major macroeconomic indicators.

We would like to thank all our clients for attending our seminar in each city.

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