Live Trading Session – Discover tactics of a Pro-Trader


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Live Trading Session – Discover tactics of a Pro-TraderIn this webinar, professional trader, money manager, and trading coach Jens Klatt will go through the US market opening and show you how to trade it effectively like a pro, using JFD’s useful and exclusive MT4+ Add On, the JFD Mini Trading Terminal. He will cover the Dow Jones and S&P500, but also DAX trades from the morning. 

Jens will also give his opinion on the commodities market and share his thoughts on several FX pairs, illustrating how he uses the Mini Trading Terminal to trade his formulated opinions.

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