ADS Securities offers Arabic technical analysis training classes in FX and CFD trading
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, March 10 - 2013 at 10:18
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ADS Securities (ADSS), the Abu Dhabi based brokerage and financial services trading company, announced that it will be offering free technical analysis training classes in FX and CFD trading in Arabic, for those interested in trading, but have limited experience of the industry.
"Regional equity markets enjoyed an improvement in trading volumes over the last few weeks, but this has been short lived as volumes have already declined. In contrast activity and volumes Foreign Exchange (FX), the largest market in the world, have remained strong. For the serious investor this demonstrates the trading opportunities world's currency markets offer. 24 hour liquidity combined with constant volatility, provides an opportunity for sustained trading in currencies with positions which can be entered and exited at any time," commented Raif Hawwas, Head of Professional Sales at ADS Securities.
"At ADS Securities, we know the qualities that make a good trader; education, understanding and the attention to discipline and structure. So we are offering a special introductory course on analyzing data and markets for Arabic speaking beginner traders. We want to enable everyone to make the most of their trading," he continued.
The one day courses cover several topics including the common language used for price behavior trading, identifying the high probability trades, price points, decision making price, and equally importantly identifying and quantifying risk, and insight into market psychology. The special technical analysis courses run concurrent to other introductory and advanced courses ADSS offers to its potential and existing clients.
The first course will be held on Tuesday the 12th of March in Dubai at the Ritz Carlton, in the DIFC, and the second on Wednesday the 13th March at ADS Securities' offices in Abu Dhabi.
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