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Don't miss out on a great opportunity to learn keys to trade this economic report and ask questions while the market is moving! Trade the United States' March employment situation and its so-called NonFarm Payrolls reports LIVE on May 5th with Wayne McDonell. FXstreet.com and FX Bootcamp have been partners of this event for over 11 years.

Do you expect a rebound in job creation? How is the labor market performing in the Trump presidency? What is the best strategy to trade the non-farm payrolls number?

FX Bootcamp provides live play by play commentary and analysis during the release of the Employment Report:

  • Learn how to conservatively trade during news events.
  • See technical analysis applied to live market charts.
  • Apply Pivot Point & Fibonacci Theories in real-time.
  • Entry and exits point clearly defined in advance.
  • Ask questions while the market is moving.
  • Get the NFP NEWS Live!

 

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