LONDON, September 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
City Index (http://www.cityindex.co.uk/), a leading spread betting and CFD trading company, is offering traders the chance to build or hone their technical analysis skills with a free seminar.
The 'Technical Analysis for Beginners' seminar, which is free to City Index account holders and non-account holders alike, teaches attendees to identify trends, reversal points and potential price targets in their spread betting and CFD trading.
The seminar is led by Sandy Jadeja, experienced trading expert and Chief Technical Analyst at City Index. Over the course of the 90-minute workshop, Mr. Jadeja maps out the most effective ways to technically analyse a financial market, demonstrating how to chart performance, target historical patterns and pinpoint trends.
"I am a strong advocate for keeping things simple," states Mr. Jadeja. "I don't believe that the markets are random. I believe that you can use simple tools to extract regular profits from the markets. I only use simple trading techniques to compliment my belief on keeping it simple. Whenever I use complex strategies I lose money and when I use simple strategies I have made money."
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About City Index:
Today more and more individual traders are discovering the benefits of derivatives, and many of them are discovering them through a City Index trading platform.
As a group, we transact in excess of 1.5 million trades every month in over 50 countries. We provide access to instruments including margined foreign exchange, CFDs and, in the UK, financial spread betting.
We constantly look to improve the performance of our platforms and expand our range of services. The result is that our customers benefit from innovative trading tools with transparent pricing, competitive spreads, and a high standard of customer support. Visit http://www.cityindex.co.uk/ for more information.
SOURCE City Index