Search for 'hidden heroes' of forex trading
Friday 9th July 2010
Knowledge to Action has launched a search for the homegrown heroes of foreign exchange trading.
The training company is inviting ambitious independent traders who graduated from its "forex" courses to chart their performance over the next three weeks.
Knowledge to Action’s Global Forex Trader Challenge competition is expected to attract entries from hundreds of self-starters who completed the course and are now generating an income by spread-trading from home on the foreign exchange markets.
The winning entrant who submits the highest PIP/points return over the three-week period from 5 July to 25 July will spend a day trading with global expert and founder of Knowledge to Action Greg Secker.
Secker founded the multi-million pound trader coaching company Knowledge in 2003 to help ordinary people move into the world of stock market and foreign exchange trading to generate a new source of income.
With the current climate of shrinking property prices, constipated credit markets and falling interest on savings accounts, people are seeking a more effective form of investment and Knowledge to Action is now the largest coaching company of its kind in Europe.
Secker said: "This is a fantastic opportunity to find out exactly how successful our graduates have been in taking the proven strategies and techniques we teach, and putting them into action in the real world. We know from our own research that significant new wealth can be generated by following our advice, and this is a chance to underline that. We can’t wait to see the results."
In the past seven years, more than 55,000 people have attended Knowledge to Action’s various trader seminars. With stock market and Forex training seminars in Europe, Australasia and Asia, Knowledge to Action’s meteoric success has been recently highlighted in the National Business Awards 2009 as a finalist for growth.
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