Traders Fair, a Series of Worldwide Financial Events, Is Coming to Singapore Already Second Time
Traders Fair Singapore is going to take place at MBS Convention Centre in Singapore on October 26, 2019.
Traders Fair Singapore is going to take place at MBS Convention Centre in Singapore on October 26, 2019 gathering the best trading experts, companies, money brokers and banks from all over the world.
Top speakers are going to attend the event to share their experience alongside company CEOs and industry leaders. The agenda includes master-classes, presentations, panel discussions and interactive activities together with the expo itself.
There will take part one of industry's key persons Karen Foo - a motivational speaker, financial trainer, author of an investment book titled "Your Cash Moves" and co-author of "Turning Ideas into Profit.
Karen Foo who will be presenting two different topics at Traders Fair has been ranked #1 in a Singapore nationwide Forex trading competition, competing with over 200 traders from N US, NTU, SIM and SMU. She was also ranked 10th in a contest organized by FX Street, competing with over 3000 traders from over 20 countries. Her topics for the event are “How to go into Forex trading full time” and “Secrets to crushing it in Forex Trading.
Traders Fair Singapore is the place where one can get updates on the new data about trading, forex, stocks, crypto currencies, futures and options markets. Not to mention the event is going to be filled with interesting content as well as entertainments.
To register online now for free, please visit https://singapore.tradersfair.com/#reg
+44 207 100 2174
Traders Fair is organized by FINEXPO, one of the largest organizers of financial and trading events worldwide since 2002.
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