New forex and binary options signals startup ITM Financial is moving forward with the educational side of their current product offering. ITM Financial has put up the first ever training for binary options trading. ITM Financial, known for their cutting edge software programs that help thousands of forex and binary options traders around the world, will now take their daily binary options training videos and turn them into an education funnel for new traders to learn how to trade properly.
"We think the education space is severely lacking in the binary options space," added CEO, Curt Dalton. "Right now, new traders in the forex and binary space don't have a learning area to go and learn how to trade correctly and efficiently. We think with our new educational video course, and with a $ 100,000.00 binary options demo account at Binary International, that new traders can learn the ins and outs of trading before deciding if they want to risk real money in the market."
Forex trading has much longer history in the financial markets and tends to deal with currency and commodities trading. Binary options trading has a much shorter history in the financial markets and tends to deal with shorter time frame trades on currencies and commodities. "Our educational videos and courses will be 100% free and easy for all interested parties to view them around the world. The recorded courses will start at different times each day to allow people to pick out which study time works best for them," added CTO, Ali Khan. "We will cover topics like spread trading, boundary trades, limit trades, HIGH or LOW trades, and when to use leverage," finished Khan.
The binary options trading educational video series will range in length from 15 minute videos to cover basic trading points, to much longer videos of over an hour. "The longer webinars will focus on markets and how they can change over an hour or two, and how your trading will need to be adaptive and omnipresent," said Dalton. "The current education out there is basically stale PDF files and old rehashed material that may not be suitable for today's markets. Traders need to see live trading, hands on examples of using software, indicators, and how to react as markets change," finished Dalton.
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