National Futures and Commodities Exchange Extend an Educational Hand to Traders Yearning for Knowledge

Client Relations Head, Emily Edwards, proudly revealed that in the past weeks, the CRH Division was able to serve over 15,000 novice, veteran, and training traders through various online trade education programs via the company’s website.

London, United Kingdom, February 27, 2013 --( “We assertively progressed into the webinar resource 12 years ago. The interest and participation has been prodigious, catapulting National Futures and Commodities Exchange as one of the industry’s leading provider of webinars promoting the educational advancement of its clients and traders,” said Brian Treahy, CEO and Senior Managing Director. “The figures of webinar participants including viewers who access archived sessions prove what we have long thought that many are in search of knowledge - new, basic, or advanced. It further substantiates that no one is too old or new or experienced to learn or gain more learning. It is a discreet way to communicate and interact with market specialists and brokers to exchange knowledge and expertise and share astute perspectives,” Treahy supplemented.

National Futures and Commodities Exchange conducts a minimum of 25 webinars per month serving at least 70 participants and around 7,000 spectators of archived lessons. Foci of the webinars are strategically planned to interest novice, veteran, and potential traders and financiers, who are able to communicate, view, participate or forward questions and trivia during sessions. “For the derivatives sector, the educational courses are intended for entry level clients. Our webinars are well planned to ensure that traders from all levels are served and comprise of a wide selection of skill enhancement courses such as currency strength and weaknesses, micro term trading strategies, introductions to futures and options trading, etc,” Treahy explained.
National Futures and Commodities Exchange
Aaron Ward