e-ALGO prepares to launch online FX training academy with David Lyon as Master Instructor

e-ALGO Holdings Group, a resource provider for professionals, multinational companies, banks, hedge funds and brokerages in various regions, is preparing to launch a cloud-based, on-demand e-learning facility for FX traders, with David Lyon becoming the ‘Master Instructor.’ Mr. Lyon, based in Tucson, Arizona, is CEO and Head of Quantitative FX Analytics and Stategies at e-ALGO […]

e-ALGO prepares to launch online FX training academy

e-ALGO Holdings Group, a resource provider for professionals, multinational companies, banks, hedge funds and brokerages in various regions, is preparing to launch a cloud-based, on-demand e-learning facility for FX traders, with David Lyon becoming the ‘Master Instructor.’

Mr. Lyon, based in Tucson, Arizona, is CEO and Head of Quantitative FX Analytics and Stategies at e-ALGO Group, having joined the firm in January 2014 with 30 years of experience in specialist quantitative positions within Forex Commission Merchants (FCMs), hedge funds and algo trading software providers, some of which he founded.

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Opinions vary on FX training programs, however it is widely recognized that certain educational resources are instrumental to commercial and retail participants.

Whilst the website has gone live today, Mr. Lyons states that the academy will be launched at the end of this week, its first course being the teaching of Mr. Lyons’ latest proprietary FX methods based on his findings and research over the past two years.

The site, which goes live today, is www.e-AlgoAcademy.com and represents the latest development in the ever increasing educational resources sector of the FX industry.

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