Global Forex Traders Conference NYC (GFTC NYC)

Venue: New York

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Feb 17, 2010 End Date/Time: Feb 17, 2010
Registration Date: Feb 16, 2010
Early Registration Date: Dec 15, 2009
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The Global Forex Traders Conference is a new 1-day event hosted by IBTimesFX. The conference differentiates itself from others by its focus on education (thought-challenging panels and conferences that are aimed to helping traders make more successful trades) and the presence of 2 worlds in one place: the institutional and the retail world.

IBTimesFX believes that Forex-Trading institutions have access to insight, skills, techniques and knowledge not readily available to the retail market. The aim of this conference is to make them available to the retail traders in a simple, comprehensible format.


Additional Information

By carefully choosing and bringing in leading traders and educators who would present a combination of topics covering macroeconomic trends, position trading, fundamental news trading, Forex E-micro’s, swing-trading emerging market currencies and auto-trading strategies, IBTimesFX aims to help educate attendees reach the next level in their trading. This conference offers attendees a unique opportunity to gain insight from recognized leaders in their respective fields. Notable speakers include, Jimmy Young, a trader with 25 years of institutional trading experience and widely regarded as the “father” of fundamental news trading. Jack Crooks, President of Black Swan Capital an authority on emerging market economies will be sharing his insights on how to profit from the macroeconomic developments emerging market economies. Michael Hohman, Associate Director, FX Products CME group will present about the recently “released” Forex E-micro’s. Accompanying him would be a panel of leading E-micro traders and educators who would help attendees understand the nuances trading this product. Attendees would also learn how to improve their trading edge through workshops with renowned technical analysts like Sam Seiden, Jimmy Trevisani and Ashraf Laidi.