, the free news, research and education website of
FXCM Inc (NYSE:FXCM)
, announces that its Head Forex Trading Instructor,
, will lead a trading workshop on the Forex market at the University of Dayton RISE Forum that is taking place on March 27-29
in Dayton, Ohio. The RISE Forum features prominent guest speakers and panelists including keynote speaker, Sandra Pianalto, the President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
Jeremy Wagner will present the unique characteristics of the FX industry, different methods to analyze the market, and best trading practices and strategies used by both small investors and large institutions.
Wagner began to trade in 1998 with stocks and options, and then transitioned into forex trading. Wagner, an active trader, specializes in technical analysis and chart pattern set ups. Furthermore, Wagner publishes forex training and analysis articles for
and presents forex seminars from beginner to advanced levels to worldwide audiences.
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