ActivTrades is offering a series Webinars through their educational platform

ActivTrades is offering a series Webinars through their educational platform

ActivTrades is a well established, leading independent broker with a wide range of trading services in Forex, Contracts for Difference (CFDs) and Spread Betting. Their declared aim is to maximise the potential of their clients’ trading and they embrace a number of strategies to do so. First is their Superior Value Proposition, guided by the understanding that the company’s operational success depends on the success of its customers. In order to achieve this goal in cooperation with them, ActivTradess embraces a four-pronged value proposition, enabling them to optimize trading conditions for their clients. ActivTradess is regulated by the UK’s FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) as well as by regulatory agencies in all EU countries the company operates in. It is also affiliated with the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme), which provides protection for all clients trading with all its affiliated member firms. In addition, it has implemented a variety of internal controls, ensuring that clients’ funds are held in segregated accounts and are only used to carry out clients’ trading and withdrawal instructions.

ActivTradess provides a diverse product offering to their clients, which makes them capable of serving both individual and institutional clients. With these they can offer sophisticated tools and services to match the needs of both client categories. They give access to MetaTrader 4 or MetaTrader 5, two of the most popular and reliable trading platforms available in the industry. Trading services are available for more than 50 currency pairs, as well as indices, CFDs, gold, silver, oil and other commodities.

Competitive spreads are characterised by some of the tightest spreads in the industry. Clients enjoy leverage as high as 1:400, as well as minilots and microlots (minimum stake of 10p per point on Spread Betting, for example). ActivTradess’ deal-execution systems are fully automated. There is no dealing desk, and therefore no human intervention, resulting in fairer execution of clients’ trades.

On offer are also a wide variety of education tools, among them one-on-one instruction, seminars, educational handbooks and a series of webinars, which were launched in September 2011. All back issues can be accessed under the education section of ActivTradess’ homepage.

For this year’s series the scene was set on January 8 by Paul Wallace, professional trader and coach, talking about trading psychology to help traders getting into the right frame of mind to achieve trading success in 2015. Paul’s webinar has been added to the webinar archive.

The next speaker in the weekly series is Malte Kaub, Managing Director at the Traders' Leadership Council in London. On January 15 he will wrap up the big trading themes of 2014, reflecting on last year's performance, but also share how top professionals and the major banks develop their new scenarios for 2015 in FX, gold and the most popular shares.

Paul Wallace will speak again in an exclusive webinar on Jan 22, providing his viewers with a fantastic opportunity to watch him perform live market analysis and to have their trading questions answered.

The last talk in January will be given by Gavin Holmes, author of "Trading in the Shadow of the Smart Money” and worldwide expert in Volume Spread Analysis methodology (VSA) and market manipulation. He will speak about VSA tick volume as the key to productive FOREX trading.

Schedule and topics for future webinars will be published regularly on ActivTradesrs homepage. Registration for the webinars is through a special link in the Webinars section to be found on the homepage under the heading education and is fee of charge. More information about the speakers and the topics can be found there as well. At this point they are generally scheduled for Wednesday evenings at 6pm GMT. Registration is possible through the following link.

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Last Update on 30/11/17

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