DailyFX in-person seminar

When

Pretoria, Wednesday 30 January, 18:30

Johannesburg, Thursday 31 January. 18:30

Speakers

This seminar will be hosted by Jeremy Wagner, Head Forex Trading Instructor at US based Daily FX’

Topic: Navigating the markets

Register to attend our one-off seminar hosted by Jeremy Wagner, Head forex instructor from US based DailyFX, the world's leading source for news and analysis on the currency, commodity and index trading community.

In this workshop, Jeremy will take you through some his preferred trading strategies and identify current trading opportunities in the marketplace. Traders will learn about technical analysis concepts for breakout trading in the market including , Elliott Wave Theory, Fibonacci retracements & target projections and Donchian channels. An outline of the workshop agenda is as follows:

  1. Understanding the macro market environment with basic Elliot Wave Theory and Fibonacci
  2. Donchian channel trade setups
  3. Managing trade risk with stop losses and position sizing

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