ATFX, a global online trading provider, has revealed exclusively to Finance Magnates, that it has launched a Market Analysis section on its website. As the name implies, this new section of the broker’s website offers both new and experienced traders a suite of information to make more informed decisions.
Specifically, ATFX offers trading webinars, fundamental commentary, and daily technical market reports. According to the statement, this is to allow traders to learn more about the financial markets and to meet the growing demand of investors looking for trading education.
This trading information is provided by analysts and professional traders located throughout the world. The content will include the “fundamentals of trading knowledge and useful insights into trading markets and instruments,” the statement said.
Furthermore, the new section will also provide traders with tips on how to use trading tools effectively, such as trading indicators, and also inform investors on the various risks that are associated with forex trading.
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Commenting on the launch, Marcos Tigsilema, the Commercial Director of ATFX (UK) said: “We are very excited about the release of the new analysis section of the website, we believe that it will significantly enhance the online experience of all traders.
“We have included information that will make navigating through the website more intuitive and we are confident that traders will find that it is more tailored to suit their needs. We aim to provide the best education services available, to help traders make more informed trading decisions.”
ATFX Analysis Available Free of Charge
The analysis will be available to traders at no extra cost, and it has also been optimized for both desktop and mobile devices.
According to the statement, the changes are: “in line with ATFX’s belief that such training is essential to provide traders with enough knowledge to make informed decisions, and increase their skill sets to enable them to navigate the financial markets with greater ease.”