The Trading Essentials series aims to equip you with the knowledge and information to become the best trader you can possibly be.
The next four webinars in this series will focus on more in-depth trading strategies, the new MetaTrader 5 platform as well as how to use Expert Advisors.
Details of the four webinars in the series are below:
This webinar will discuss the recent developments in the US economy. This can be a tough time for traders to find viable trading opportunities due to the global economy's reliance on the US. During this webinar we will look at the outlook for the US economy, the election results and how best to play this difficult time.
During the first webinar series we looked at the award winning MetaTrader 4 platform and some of its major attributes. In this webinar we look at the new MetaTrader 5 platform, covering basic techniques; buy, sell, stops and limits. We will then go into more detail about the major differences between the two platforms and which platform will work best for you.
One of the major reasons the MetaTrader 4 platform is so popular is due to the ability to use trading robots or expert advisors to place automated trades on your behalf. In this webinar we will cover the mechanics of EAs and show you exactly how to place them on your MT4 account as well as looking at some of the more popular strategies out there.
Charting and Technical Analysis can be a very complicated subject and can be daunting for those who have never paid much attention to the topic. However, to those more used to the techniques involved it can be the only trading tool they ever need. This webinar will look at charting techniques in more depth including strategies including oscillators and Fibonacci.
About James Hughes
James has 10 years experience in the financial services sector and is a well known market commentator appearing regularly in the financial media and on television channels such as the BBC, Sky News, CNBC and Bloomberg television. He also provides valuable insights and knowledge to clients through Alpari (UK)'s education and research programme.