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How to calculate risks and make a profit? Find out at the webinar from NPBFX this Thursday, April 4

Риск-менеджмент в трейдинге

Measure twice cut once. Effective risk management in trading should start long before opening a trading position. How to calculate risks before entering the market? What indicators, in addition to profitability, will determine the success of the trading strategy and whether it is possible to make good money on Forex with minimal risks? Npbfx together with the center for financial education FX-Instructor invites all interested traders to understand these and other important issues related to risks on the free webinar "Risk management trader and evaluation of the effectiveness of trading strategies."

At the webinar You will also learn:

— How to calculate risks for a trading strategy.
— How to choose the size of the trading contract and leverage.
— What is a trader's work diary and why it is necessary.
— Chart of the overall performance indicator of the trader.

When will the webinar take place?

Date: April 4, 2019 (Thursday)
Time: 20:00-22:00 GMT
Participation Fee: free

To register for the webinar, please register on the company's website NPBFX.

03 April 2019



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