FBS has started a new educational free course called Forex Intensive. The company’s financial analysts have created this online course for European clients to guide novice traders through the market and boost the trading knowledge of experienced ones.
Forex Intensive begins on October 1 and ends on October 31. During this month, those who subscribe to the course receive the exclusive analytical materials for traders of any level – articles, posts, and webinars – for free.
Moreover, European traders may subscribe to the course all October and have access to all the materials.
The course is five weeks long. Every week subscribers get a new email with the Forex Intensive program according to their level of knowledge.
It allows European traders to educate in real-time with fresh materials and use the opportunity to join the webinars where it is possible to ask any questions to FBS analysts.
The online format of the course helps to gain the information anytime and anywhere it is convenient for traders.
Within five weeks, traders learn the following topics:
- Week 1: Forex essentials.
- Week 2: Fundamental analysis.
- Week 3: Technical analysis.
- Week 4: Trading instruments.
- Week 5: Management tips.
Despite the fact that Forex Intensive lasts the whole month of October, all the materials will be available for free anytime.
FBS is an acknowledged, CySEC licensed international online Forex broker and the official trading partner of FC Barcelona. FBS is a broker with an international outlook that serves clients in Asia, Latin America, Europe, and the MENA.
Its primary focus lies in offering financial products for currency, metals, and indexes trading for clients with different goals and backgrounds.
The company features a low barrier to entry and top-ranking apps. Over 11 years in the field, the broker won 50 international awards, including Best International Forex Broker, Best Forex Brand, and Most Progressive Forex Broker Europe.
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