FOREX: IBTimesFX.com Global Forex Traders Conference To Be Held in New York - February 17, 2010

Jan 21, 2010, 00:01 ET from The International Business Times, Inc.

NEW YORK, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- IBTimesFX.com has partnered with ForexTV.com to present the Global Forex Conference 2010 in NYC. The first in a series of Global Forex conferences, this 1 day event aims to help traders gain an edge in trading through a series of thought provoking and insightful presentations by leading institutional FX traders.

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Conference participants will learn about current macroeconomic trends, position trading, how to profit from trading fundamental news releases, trading the Forex E-Micros, reducing risk and increasing returns through FX options, Emerging market currency investing and much more.

The speakers panel is made of some of the best institutional caliber Forex traders who are keen to impart their knowledge, strategies and professional tips:

Jimmy Young, a trader with 25 years of institutional trading experience and widely regarded as the "father" of fundamental news trading.

Jack Crooks, President of Black Swan Capital an authority on emerging market economies will be sharing his insights on how to profit from the macroeconomic developments in emerging market economies.

Michael Hohman, Associate Director, FX Products CME group will present about the recently "released" Forex E-micro's. Accompanying him would be a panel of leading E-micro traders and educators who would help attendees understand the nuances trading this product.

Marco Hague, Global Trade Desk Director of the LFB and former Bank of England trader will talk about how using FX options can increase overall risk-adjusted returns.

The conference will be held at the Embassy Suites in New York on the 17th of February 2010.

Media partners of the event are the Online Trading Academy, ForexTV.com, e-Forex Magazine, Your Trading Edge. The Official FX Magazine of the conference is The Forex Journal.

Conference details:

Date: Wednesday February 17, 2010

Venue: Embassy Suites in New YorkNew York (United States)

Fee: Check our different fee options at http://www.ibtimes.com/conferences/globalforextraders2010/register.htm

Registration deadline: February 15 - Limited to 200 attendees

For more information about speaking or sponsorship opportunities, please visit the GFTC website http://www.ibtimes.com/conferences/globalforextraders2010/index.htm or contact Sonny Kwon at s.kwon@ibtimes.com

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Notes to Editors

The Global Forex Traders Conference is a new 1-day event hosted by IBTimesFX and ForexTV. The conference differentiates itself from others by its focus on education (thought-challenging panels and conferences that are aimed to helping traders make more successful trades) and the presence of 2 worlds in one place: the institutional and the retail world.

IBTimesFX believes that Forex-Trading institutions have access to insight, skills, techniques and knowledge not readily available to the retail market. The aim of this conference is to make them available to the retail traders in a simple, comprehensible format.

IBTimesFX is a leading independent Forex News Portal. Published in 11 countries and 9 languages, it boasts a worldwide traffic of over 600,000 unique visitors.

IBTimesFX distinguishes itself by its level of editorial independence. While other portals are broker-owned, IBTimesFX is backed by The International Business Times, an independent global news media.

Readers from around the world can find timely updates of global and local economic events in their own language, as well as important currency movements and trends. IBTimesFX brings many tools and an active trading community to the global FX trading table. It includes in its offering: an economic calendar, a forum, newsletters, a new Education Center, live graphs and charts, analysis and commentaries from renowned experts. It also hosts its own conferences.

IBTimesFX' mission is to provide the most useful information and knowledge to traders.

ForexTV.com is the world's leading producer and distributor of Forex-related video content, providing relevant and timely broadcasts on market-moving news for individual traders and institutions for over seven years.

Beginning its inaugural year of live, continuous video coverage of the global Forex marketplace in 2010, ForexTV's goal is to be the unbiased source of Forex News and Information. ForexTV.com is broadcast in English and Japanese and maintains broadcast studios in New York and Tokyo, with many satellite broadcast locations connecting to its video network.

The ForexTV.com video network of contributors exceeds over one hundred of the world's most recognized names in Forex-related research and commentary and includes many of the top ten global Forex Banking leaders.

IBTimesFX.com has managed to gain the collaboration of the entire Forex industry, from individual professionals and small companies right up to Forex Brokers and Investment Banks.

In 2009 December,  IBTimesFX.com's global network of sites reached 1.184.142 unique visitors.

Speakers participating in the conference are: Betsy Waters (Director, dbFX), Jimmy Young (Veteran Bank Forex Trader), Michael Hohman (Associate Director, FX Products CME Group), Joseph Trevisani (Chief Market Analyst, FX Solutions), Jack Crooks (President, Black Swan Capital LLC), Sam Seiden (Director of Education, Online Trading Academy), Cornelius Luca (President of Luca Global Research), John Forman (Senior Foreign Exchange Analyst of IFR Markets, Thomson Reuters), Shaun Downey (Chief Market Analyst, Currensee), Dan Gramza (President of Gramza Capital Management), Markus Heitkoetter (Founder of Rockwell Trading), and Justin Strausbaugh (CMT)

SOURCE The International Business Times, Inc.



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