NFPs ahead - how a professional trader prepares his scenarios for the NFPs


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Summary

In this webinar, professional trader, money manager and trading coach Jens Klatt, will go through the upcoming NFPs, show what to expect and explain how he will likely trade this volatile event. Therefore he'll use JFD’s useful and exclusive MT4+ Add On, the JFD Mini Trading Terminal. He will cover the potential reaction on the FX and equity markets, but also have a look at Gold. 


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