Trading education specialist Symax Fintech has announced two dates in August for free trading education, with seminars to be led by veteran trader and market commentator Chris Tubby. Two live and in person events will be held in London on the 9th and 11th of August.
In addition, there will be the opportunity for traders to take part in a free virtual trader education event on the 10th of August.
The 9th August sessions will be 11.00 – 1.30 pm and 2pm to 4.30pm. The afternoon session will be women only.
The 11th August sessions will be on the same time slots as above, but the morning session at 11.00 will be for female traders only.
The events are free to attend. Participants MUST bring along their own laptop however. The sessions will be covering a wide range of topics of value to traders. This includes an introduction to trading, asset classes, mistakes new traders make and the correct path to follow to become a trader. Chris will also demonstrate a number of his favourite charts and indicators.
Other topics to be covered in the seminars include:
- Managing risk
- Trading techniques
- Trading psychology
- What is a trading plan, and what to include?
All sessions will conclude with an opportunity for Q&A with Chris.
To register for the courses, please contact: [email protected]
Symax Fintech owns the Symax Academy, which has been established to provide seminars and workshops for traders of all experience levels. This includes training for those just getting started in financial markets, those who need expert advice on their existing approach and also for those who are contemplating a long term career as traders.
Who is Chris Tubby?
Chris Tubby is a veteran trader with over four decades of trading experience. Chris began his career in commodities in the 1970`s and became senior trader at the age of 22 for a U.S commodity trade house. He transitioned to the financial futures markets when they arrived in London in 1982. In the mid 1980`s he opened his own proprietary trading company as well as providing execution for tier 1 institutions.
His trading expertise is extremely varied – prop trading, multi-leg strategies and arbitrage. He spent many years as a market-maker for international exchanges (such as CME) on a variety of financial and commodity products. This included four years at an Italian bank, Fineco, in Milan as a market-maker and in London as part of a team providing liquidity to both the major oil futures exchanges (CME and ICE).