London Academy of Trading Launches Course for FXCM UK Clients

As part of the Financial Trading Programme, FXCM UK clients will be given personal review sessions with LAT traders and

The London Academy of Trading (LAT) has launched a Financial Trading Programme in association with the British arm of online spread betting and CFD broker Forex Capital Markets Limited (FXCM UK). The LAT is an accredited education provider of financial trading in the UK, based in the City of London’s financial district.

The LAT says that, by working with FXCM UK, it aims to help clients further develop their trading techniques, with particular emphasis on trading psychology and risk management. FXCM UK clients will get the chance to participate in live webinars, hosted by professional traders and guest speakers, with the opportunity to pose questions to the experts.

Ilies Larbi, Managing Director at FXCM UK, commented, “We are excited to work with LAT and look forward to providing our retail trading audience with access to additional high quality training and trading techniques while they trade on our innovative and award winning platform”.

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As part of the Financial Trading Programme, FXCM UK clients will be given personal review sessions with LAT traders and mentors. These sessions are meant to help each individual create their own trading plan, presenting them with a clear way forward in their career once their course has ended, the LAT explains.

Paddy Osborn, Academic Director at LAT, added: “We are thrilled to be working with FXCM UK., to help their UK clients develop even more structured and robust trading strategies. Our one-on-one reviews include a range of trade plans, while our one-month course and series of interactive webinars focus on fundamental and technical analysis, trading psychology and risk management.”

Earlier this month, FXCM UK has notified its clients that the conditions for automated trading are changing and that they will need to consent to the change in order to keep their access to some of the services.

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