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Tools for fundamental market analysis at the NPBFX training webinar, March 19

Fundamental analysis of price movements

Dozens of major economic and political events take place on the world stage every day. This is especially true now, during the spread of the coronavirus on the planet. And if most people just watch the situation unfold, experienced traders profit from the market news every day. To achieve the same level of professionalism, you need to learn to master the tools of fundamental analysis. You can learn how to forecast market movement based on news and learn how to increase your profit this Thursday at the joint webinar of NPBFX and the fxinstructor distance learning center "Fundamental analysis of price movement".

Webinar Program:

•  Economics and economic forecasting models for the trader.
•  Political factors that influence the behavior of financial markets.
•  Fundamental reasons for price movements: why you can't earn money without understanding them.
•  What news of financial markets should you follow and where to do it.
•  Best trading tools for effective fundamental analysis.
•  Emotional reactions of markets as an opportunity for high-yield speculation.

When will the webinar take place?

Date: March 19, 2020 (Thursday)
Start of the webinar: 20:00 Moscow time
Cost of participation: free

Project Speakers:

• Viktor Yemchenko - head of the FXinstructor training center, current member of the Russian Academy of natural Sciences. Author and presenter of special courses: "Features of short-term deals on the news", "Trading template: opening Europe", "Methodology for building your own trading strategy".

• Alexander Minaev - head of the trading center of the national research nuclear University "MIFI", a teacher of the courses "Currency dealing and Forecasting of financial markets" at the faculty of Economics "MIFI". He is engaged in scientific work, which resulted in modified methods of trading on Demark and Wolfe, the probability of a profitable transaction in which is increased to 80%. MIFI national trading team under his leadership has repeatedly won prizes in the annual all-Russian student competition held jointly with the Moscow exchange.

• Vladimir Leiner is a leading financial consultant at the FXinstructor training center and a post-graduate student at the Department of exchange and securities at the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. Author and presenter of the course "Trading in financial markets from A to Z".

To register for the webinar, fill out the participant form on the company's website NPBFX.

17 March 2020
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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