Featured Guest at the Dale Pinkert’s Room on Monday June 17th, 2013

Dear all,

this is to inform you that I will again be a featured guest speaker at Dale Pinkert’s FX room next Monday June 17th, for the third time. The vibrant community there seems to be enjoying our interviews that go on for about 50 mins. The live analysis room is free of charge and it features great content, guests, interviews and real-time market analysis. You can access the room here, or clicking on the below banner:

Dale Pinkert's Live Analysis room

With almost 40 years of experience, Dale got his start in the trading business as a runner on the floor of the CME in 1975. He talks about how they were trading Currency Futures on a Chalkboard back then and how he noticed the floor brokers’ interest in orders that had “stp” at the end of it.

My intervention as a Guest analyst will be at 15:10 – 16:00 GMT (10–11 EST) on Monday June 17th, 2013 and I will give my take on market direction and forecasts for the Euro FX, Dollar Index and S&P500 e-mini, as well as, for the USD/CAD forex pair.

You can find the details at the FX room’s home page.

I look forward to have you there and I hope you will enjoy the analysis and educational content.

Subscribe my Newsletter for free below so I can include you in the distribution list and you can follow up from what I will be sharing in the interview. It only takes 10 seconds of your time:

Thank you for subscribing should you decide to do so. Lots of other people are doing the same.

Have a great weekend.

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