October 19, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Orbex - James Harte
The October ECB meeting, where the crucial decision on the interest rate will be taken, is rapidly approaching. Some experts consider that ECB is about to reduce its stimulus purchases, while others believe it’s a speculation on policy.
Orbex has prepared a quick and all around guide to the October ECB interest rate decision. James Harte, a prominent forex analyst, will host a FREE webinar to help you navigate through financial waters!
In this session, James will preview the October ECB meeting discussing recent data, positioning and expectations ahead of the meeting as well as reviewing the currency markets for any opportunities.
Attend the webinar with James Harte on October 19 at 3 pm GMT and gain valuable insights on the latest market trends! Don’t miss your chance to ask your own trading questions!
Why attend this webinar:
1. A look at the markets ahead of the October ECB meeting;
2. Implications for traders’ portfolios & prospects for markets;
3. The overview of the risks and the most costly traders’ errors during the market volatility;
4. Tips on how to trade EUR crosses and be prepared for any market situation.
More information about the speakers:
Orbex - James Harte - Forex analyst - Twitter @OrbexFx
With over 6 years’ experience analysing currency markets, James is now a well-known industry analyst focusing on price action trading and fundamental drivers. Beginning as a private retail trader, James developed a strong interest in understanding the fundamental aspect of the market before pursuing technical trading capabilities which he now uses to identify opportunities over a short-term horizon. Alongside his market experience, James is also IMC certified having achieved the qualification to help further his understanding not only of the markets but the industry as a whole. James has a strong interest in both fundamentals and technicals and uses both forms of analysis in generating and executing trade ideas, with trades generally lasting from a few hours to a few days.