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XM Invites You to Join its Live Forex Seminars in Malaysia

XM, the Cypriot Forex broker that has already impressed us with its sense of responsibility, is now showing its altruistic nature by keeping up its educational push and inviting traders to attend two live Forex seminars in Malaysia in October. 

 
There will be two events: on October 19, 2013, at the Hilton Kuala Lumpur Hotel; and on October 20, 2013, at the Saujana Hotel, Petaling Jaya. Participants in the seminars will be able to attend the lectures of Avramis Despotis, the company's chief technical strategist, who provides free forex signals and advice to XEMarkets' clients.
 
The main topic of the seminars will be multiple time frames and how using them will affect your trading. In case you don't know what a Gann Swing chart is but you'd like to know about this indicator, it's worth attending the seminars. You'll also receive tips on intraday swings and how to use volatility to make most of intraday trading.
 
To take part in the Malaysian seminars, you need to register here: and let me remind you that participation is free of charge for holders of live accounts with the FX broker.
 
In case you are unable to attend these two particular seminars (for me, for example, Malaysia is a bit far away), don't get disappointed, because there are a bunch of training events that XM has scheduled for September. There will be seminars in: 
 
Budapest, Hungary – 7 September 2013;
Reggio Emilia, Italy – 21 September 2013;
Dubai, UAE – 28 September 2013.
 
There are still places left, so hurry up and make a move towards boosting your FX know-how!
 

About XM.com

 
XM.COM is a registered brand name of Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd, a European regulated financial institution licensed by CySEC. Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd operates online services for trading on forex, precious metals, equity indices, and energies in compliance with the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID). Trading Point is EEA authorized and registered with the FCA UK (previously FSA UK), BaFin (Germany), AFM (Netherlands), CNMV (Spain), FI (Sweden), and FIN (Finland).
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