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Spain’s largest international trading event held its sixth edition, on June 23rd 2018 with brokers, experts, and traders will converging in Madrid for Forex Day, powered by FX for a Living. Places were limited this year given the high demand of not just participants who wanted to know more about the main topic, but also due to the event’s unique opportunity in the country to learn and network regarding everything FX-related, with experts who appear frequently on outlets like CNBC, Bloomberg, and BBC on the roster.
GivenATFX’s recent string of appearances including Finance Magnates’ London Summit last year, its media campaigns in London, and media exposure in the Times, what has been a good start for the financial brokerage in 2018 looks set to continue after its participation in Forex Day.
This was ATFX’s first participation at an event in the Eurozone this year, and its team of professionals were at the company’s booth to engage and network with market professionals and interested traders. With the vast number of financial products and services it offers – it catered to both professionals and traders in the bloc looking to expand their trading horizon and seek fresh entrants. Furthermore, ATFX prides itself on the professionalism of its staff, and enjoyed the opportunity for like-minded professionals to meet, interact, and exchange ideas and business prospects.
ATFX invited an expert to speak at the seminar, Mr. Ben Robson, the author of Currency Kings. He has over 20-years’ experience in the financial markets in the fields of fixed income currencies and commodities. During our previous “Trading to win-practical pointers to improve trading performance” seminar he spoke about the fundamentals of trading knowledge and gave useful insights on the global trading markets trend and instruments. He further discussed the diversifying strategies of the trading markets and gave tips for traders to plan their trading portfolios.
Seminar attendees received valuable information about the forex market, which was well received by both novice and veteran retail traders attending the seminar.
ATFXhas attracted significant media attention, and in the most recent interview Endrit, Senior Sales Manager, explained the latest moves. When asked about ATFX’s business in Europe and the advantages of working with it, Endrit said that the future looked bright. “The prospect of Europe’s businesses remains optimistic,” he explained, “and with a secure trading environment coupled with competitive offerings, we expect it to remain that way.” He also gave introduction to ATFX’s brand and the excellent services it provides. Furthermore, the speaker, Mr. Ben Robson shared knowledge of theforex trading marketand update the latest financial market information during the interview.
Mr. Oliver Velez and Mr. David Aranzabal both visited the ATFX booth at the Forex Day event and spoke to the ATFX team. They discussed the forex market trend in Europe and the future development of ATFX. There was a high level of engagement throughout the event with forex investors, IBs and other market players taking an interest in ATFX and its services.
ATFX continues to attend events like that of Forex Day as the opportunity to meet and interact with guest experts and traders from different FX and finance backgrounds and interact with them is something the financial services company relishes, with conversations on technical and fundamental analysis, market-making processes, and trading strategies all part of what makes this industry exciting.
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