Join Elite Currensea and FinanceFeeds for Holland’s largest FX trading event on February 16

On February 16, in Utrecht, Holland, the nation’s largest retail FX event will take place, focusing on how to choose a broker, and current issues of importance to traders in one of the world’s most regulated and organized regions for electronic markets

On February 16, 2019,THe Netherlands largest FX trading seminar will take place in the technologically advanced city of Utrecht, hosted and organized by specialist FX industry training and mentorship company Elite Currensea.

In Utrecht, over 150 traders will exchange important views, discuss important factors that are critical in today’s electronic trading environment and share their insights whilst engaging with mentors and well recognized FX brokerages.

In today’s relationship-critical FX business, dialog with traders is vital for growth and sustainability, hence the chance to meet brokers and mentors in an exclusive invite-only environment is key to the development of the entire industry and the improvement of potential outcomes for traders globally.

This series of Forex seminars is a part of European tour continuing in Czech Republic (Prague March 9), Balkans (Zagreb March 14, Belgrade March 16) and later in the year in Portugal & Hungary.

FX market analysts and mentors Nenad Kerkez and Chris Svorcik will present important topics which center on how traders can benefit from a comprehensive mentorship and education solution, and will look in detail into the pros and cons of electronic trading in today’s world, as well as detailing how to choose a provider and broker.

Networking is a central part of the seminar, which begins at 14.30 and will be held at one of Utrecht’s most prestigious venues, Boothstraat 7, and a series of questions and answers sessions as well as an opportunity for traders to network with leaders of important brokerages offers a unique opportunity to actually meet and ask brokers important questions in a face to face environment.

Technical features that will be explained include strategic considerations such as the Wave Theory and SWAT method, with traders able to share their strategies and experiences with educators, mentors and brokerages.

Sponsored by XM, one of the largest retail FX brokerages in the world, the event will include various media partnerships and will be attended by and covered in detail by FinanceFeeds.

Speaking to FinanceFeeds today on the ethos and importance of quality retail seminars, Nenad Kerkaz, a momentum trader and co-founder of Elite Currensea, said “The two most important partners in a trader’s career are your trading mentor and broker.”

“Choose your partners wisely, its an investment that pays ever lasting dividends” he said.

The main purpose of this event is to provide a path forward for ALL traders. The seminar will not replace the need for more learning but will offer a guidance how and where to start. Having a clear overview on how to move forward is essential for success” concluded Mr Kerkaz.

Desimir Paskalev from XM, Partner Relations Manager in Europe, said that ìitís no news that the Forex industry, especially within EU, has been going through a transformation lately. The regulators behind ESMA and brokers are looking to find a common ground to make trading safer for the benefit of the end consumer without restricting the flexibility drastically. XM is following the situation closely, cooperating with EU Governing Entities by providing itís observation on client trading behaviour and the changes the new laws are bringing.”

“In the light of these exciting times, we are investing in education across the EU region, via trusted partners, like Elite CurrenSea. Our previous event with them in Ljubljana, Slovenia, received rave feedback as the seminar was also broadcasted live and available via recording globally. Hence, our quest of educating traders on the matters of industry and trading literacy, continues. Looking forward to the upcoming events in Europe” he said.

FinanceFeeds looks forward to welcoming you and to engaging with traders, brokerages and strategic partners at the event, and those who wish to register can do so by clicking here.

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