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NPBFX invites you to the webinar "Introduction to trading in financial markets", April 4 at 20:00 Moscow time

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Forex trading is a promising way to earn money. With the right approach to trading, market participants earn huge amounts without any restrictions. But novice traders need to learn the basics of trading financial instruments in order to make a profit. What market to trade in, how to choose the right strategies and tools? What is necessary for a successful start and how to take into account the risks? The webinar "Introduction to trading in financial markets" will help you find out the answers to these and other questions. The webinar was organized by NPBFX in cooperation with the Financial Education center FX-Instructor.

During the webinar, each participant will have the opportunity to ask the speaker their questions, get recommendations on promising trading assets for opening deals.

Questions that will be discussed at the webinar:

— where is it better for a trader to trade: stock market, futures market, foreign exchange market (FOREX);
— on which platforms to conduct trading operations: exchange and over—the-counter transactions (OTC deal);
— what trading strategies exist in financial markets (investments, speculation, arbitration scalping, hedging) and which of them may be suitable for you;
— how to predict the price movement of financial instruments: fundamental and technical analysis;
— what is risk management and how not to go broke in financial markets;
— what should you first pay attention to when choosing a broker;
— what financial instruments traders are earning right now: an overview of promising assets and investment ideas for trading at the moment.

The webinar is conducted by Viktor A. Yemchenko, head of the FXinstructor Distance Learning Center, current member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS).

When will the webinar take place?

Date of the event: April 4, 2024 (Thursday)
Start of the webinar: 20:00 Moscow time
Cost of participation: free of charge

To register for the webinar, register using the link on the broker's website NPBFX.

03 April 2024
RISK WARNING
Conducting trading operations in financial markets with margin financial instruments has a high level of risk and can lead to losses and loss of investment funds. When starting trading, make sure that you are fully aware of all the risks, as well as have the appropriate knowledge and experience for trading.

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