Zurich, Switzerland, October 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- In the last few years, one of the best ways that investors and traders at Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange sustained to making profits during economic recession was through technical trading analysis and charts and quotes reading. The capability to recognize reversal trends is an important knowledge that every trader or investor needs in order to succeed in the industry. Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange never fails to provide trading services, despite the unfortunate economic climate nowadays.
In connection, Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange has undertaken research and study to come up with effective solutions to trading via a new service of educational and informative technical analysis seminars, where active clients of the firm can directly converse with their chosen brokers and can obtain reply to most crucial investment questions which can help them make an educated and better trading decisions.
“As the economy intensifies, traders and investors need to clean up their investing toolboxes and toughen their trading tools. Most of today’s investors are coming off the nonessentials and going into the markets again, which indicates that every trader can have the opportunity to be on the top of this investing game,” said Mr. Jason Tanner, Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange Managing Director for Research and Business Development Department.
“The ability to recognize market trends has given Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange a reasonable yet competitive edge during the last few years. Personally, my earnings have never staggered and I am continuously looking forward for another year of profitable year in this industry through the comprehensive educational trading support of Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange and I am much willing to share my winning trading strategies with the investing public,” said Reinhard Ashton, a trader for six years at Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange.
Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange has been servicing most of the active European clients since its trading desks have been established within the key cities of different countries worldwide. The new educational service offering is part of Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange long-term effort of expanding its business initiative globally. For more than a decade now, SICFEX has been providing futures and options trading services on only in Europe but in the global marketplaces as well.