FBS launches a series of educational courses created by the company’s financial analysts. Traders of any level can boost their knowledge with the help of the lessons in one of the most convenient formats – email.
It is fast, effective, and safe, especially in the era of the modern pandemic.
Email courses from FBS are termless. Anyone can subscribe any time and receive well-thought-out lessons, useful videos, and easy-to-do practical tasks to their email address.
The email frequency depends on the course complexity. Anyway, FBS experts set it to be as comfortable for participants as possible.
Three email courses are already available for subscription:
- Forex Basics – a course for beginner traders. It helps to start trading and support the first steps into the market. There are seven lessons, three educational videos, five practical tasks to learn how to open trades and manage them quickly.
- Support and Resistance Levels – a course for traders of intermediate level. FBS experts tell about definitions, techniques for finding S&P levels, and ways of using them in trading during six lessons.
- Forex Intensive – a course divided into two levels – for beginners and advanced traders. During five weeks, subscribers get a new email with the Forex Intensive program according to their knowledge level. Ten articles, ten posts, and five webinars – all for free.
The number of courses is gradually increasing.
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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