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FXTM Forex Trading Seminar in Lagos, Nigeria

Location:
FXTM Lagos Office Address: FXTM Lagos Office, 3rd Floor, 5 Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos
Start Date:
November 22, 2019
End Date:
November 22, 2019
Time:
12:00pm to 5:00pm

Description

FXTM INTRODUCTION TO THE FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKETS

About this Event

Do you want to learn more about trading? Join FXTM’s experienced Senior Research Analyst Lukman Otunuga for a seminar and workshop in Lagos, Nigeria for a comphrensive introduction to the foreign exchange markets.

These insightful events will guide guests through the fundamentals of trading, covering vital basics such as currency pairs and trading terminology. Lukman will also teach participants how to develop effective trading strategies, identify trends, recognise trading opportunities and much more!

Our educational events are always popular. Register today to save your seat!

Register Here: https://fxtm.co/2W7EuMu

Why should you attend?

- Discover a trading technique that suits you
- Receive a detailed breakdown of key market themes driving the markets
- Learn more about scalping, intraday trading, failure swing and pivot points
- Comprehend breakouts, swing trading and fundamental trading
- Practice your skills with an expert on hand to help!
- Receive a certificate upon completing the workshop

Speaker: Lukman Otunuga

Lukman Otunuga has been a Research Analyst at FXTM since 2015. A keen follower of macroeconomic events, with a strong professional and academic background in finance, Lukman is well versed in fundamental and technical analysis. His in-depth analysis on global currency and commodity markets is often cited by leading international media, including the Associated Press (AP), BBC, CNBC, CNN, Marketwatch, NASDAQ, and The Telegraph. He has also appeared on Africa’s biggest television network, NTA 2. Lukman holds a BSc (hons) degree in Economics from the University of Essex, UK and an MSc in Finance from London School of Business and Finance.

FXTM Forex Trading Seminar in Lagos, Nigeria