Zürich, Switzerland, June 19, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- This new forex-focused online education and training course is intended to impart basic knowledge on the technical and fundamental aspects of forex trading to all traders and investors.
“Interestingly, some of our self-directed traders are considering foreign exchange trading as an alternative asset class,” said Mr. Rafael Sutton, Laeken International’s Global Managing Director for Foreign Exchange Service Division. “Most of them are enthralled by the benefits offered by the forex markets such as round the clock access to the currency markets, low transaction costs and fees and excellent quality of liquidity. Accordingly, because of the increasing demands for forex trading service, there is also an increasing demands for foreign exchange education and tactical approaches on how to trade currencies,” explained Sutton.
“Our new trading service on forex education and other related training courses is exclusively offered for free for new traders who opt to open new account with us, while we offer it to existing clients with current accounts at a very affordable price. Our main objective of offering this forex education to our clients is to introduce the foreign exchange markets to our investors, keep them update of forex market trends, help them gain useful trading skills, gain trading confidence and above all, help them to become better forex traders,” Sutton added.
Laeken International’s forex training courses are composed of several lessons concentrating on the significant information about the forex market. At the end of the training courses, new traders are expected to learn to manage potential risk and secure open positions employing stop loss and many other order types; understand the proper currency quoting as well as learn the factors that drive currency movements; use effectively and efficiently available leverage in forex trading; utilize sensible money management techniques to maximize gains and limit losses and learn on how to react and anticipate economic events influencing global currency prices.