London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 26, 2012 -- Gain insights into trading opportunities in 2012 with this must-see and free* seminar by the leading market experts at City Index. The latest free trading insights seminar introduces traders to the key themes likely to affect the markets in 2012 and how to trade for the year ahead.
This free Trading Insights seminar, worth £595*, is available exclusively for City Index account holders at no charge and will take place from 10:00am to 2:00pm GMT on Saturday the 4th of February , 2012.
This really is a must see seminar that has been designed by City Index's leading market experts to help step your trading up an extra gear. Register for a City Index spread betting account and make sure that you do not miss out on this rare opportunity.
2011 saw some dramatic moves in the financial markets as traders positioned themselves amidst a marked escalation in the sovereign debt crisis and slowing global growth.
There is every expectation that 2012 could continue to see high market volatility as the sovereign debt crisis progresses, austerity measures bite and Central Banks consider more quantitative easing to stimulate flagging economies.
So if you are looking to enhance your trading, and acquire the right skills and habits of a professional trader, then this seminar is a must-attend.
Sandy Jadeja, Chief Technical Analyst and Ashraf Laidi, Chief Market Strategist, will share with you the techniques and insights used by today's leading professional traders.
Open a City Index spread betting or CFD trading account and gain access to a wealth of trading tools and resources including exclusive access to our free trading insights seminar.
*Terms and Conditions apply. City Index account holders can register for this seminar below. Book now before registration closes due to a full class: http://www.cityindex.co.uk/step-up-trading-2012.aspx
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