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Synergy FX Announces its Latest Forex Webinar Series

Discussion in 'Press Releases' started by Synergy FX, Oct 9, 2011.

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    Synergy FX SynergyFX.com.au Representative

    Jul 18, 2011
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    Leading Metatrader 4 forex broker, Synergy FX, releases the details of its educational forex webinar series for October.

    Synergy FX today releases the schedule for their latest series of educational webinars for October.

    These interactive webinars are always a popular event, covering today's important issues for forex professionals.

    Click here for the timetable
    Every week "A Look at The Week Ahead" takes a look at the key economic and data releases of the forthcoming week; and "A Review of the Week so Far" is a mid-week snapshot of the currency markets.

    In addition, each week Synergy FX tackles a different educational topic from basic forex trading techniques through to more advanced technical analysis strategies.

    "Information is key to success and we are delighted that our comprehensive range forex webinars form part of our clients' trading success" comments Piers Cracknell, Synergy FX

    The company provides a complete range of tools and resources to help support traders in reaching the results they want to achieve. As well as the webinars, Synergy FX also provides a range of training videos on how to use the Metatrader 4 platform.

    Synergy FX offers traders the opportunity to trial their trading platform with a free 30 day demo. Click here for a free trial platform

    Synergy FX is based in Sydney, Australia Online forex trading | Metatrader 4 broker | currency trading - Synergy FX

    About Synergy FX

    Synergy FX is a Straight Through Processing forex broker providing the MetaTrader 4 platform to professional traders and money managers. The company provides interbank pricing on 30 currency pairs. The company is licensed and regulated by ASIC (AFSL number 403863) and maintains segregated client accounts with Commonwealth Bank of Australia

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