News-Driven FX Market Timing Workshop

Discussion in 'Events' started by TradeTheNews, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. TradeTheNews

    TradeTheNews ET Sponsor

    Good Afternoon Traders,'s own Gary Deduke will be hosting a workshop at next week's International Traders Expo in New York City. This hands-on workshop will review the transition in market sentiment from financial meltdown to that of cautious optimism. It will explore the impact of the common and less typical market-shocking events in the most recent past, and discuss the major themes expected to drive FX trends in weeks and months to come.

    Workshop Details:
    Monday, February 15, 6PM EST
    Location: International Traders Expo, New York, NY
    Event Type: Free and Open to the Public
    Register HERE:

    About Gary Deduke:
    Gary Deduke has nearly a decade of experience in the foreign exchange arena, having served in the capacities of analyst, dealer, and money manager. He has traded FX for himself and his clients, as well as on a broker dealing desk. For the past year, Mr. Deduke has served as a currency specialist at, a premier financial news and research portal/audio-squawk, catering to professional equity, futures, and currency traders. His insights have also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Futures magazine, Bloomberg, and Reuters.

    Established in 1999, is the financial professional's source for instant Futures, Stock and FOREX news analysis. For added color, the popular news channels are paired with an S&P500 Open-Out-Cry Hosted by David Bahoric and company daily from 9:20am - to 4:20pm EST. This squawk channel guarantees listeners will feel the "texture" of the market and trends as they develop. When traders tune in, they hear the pit's actual acoustics and are able to react quickly and confidently to daily events. For a free trial for's S&P500 Open-Out-Cry Squawk please sign up here .

    For more information regarding this workshop contact:

    Feel free to tell your friends and colleagues about this event. We hope to see you there!

    Cheers, Team