It hasn’t been all bad for traders forced to spend more time at home. As it turns out, governments’ measures to stop the spread of COVID 19 have given traders more time to learn how to trade online.
In many ways, you could
say 2020 was the year of the Webinar.
According to a recent study by GoToWebinars, online webinars and educational resources were already gaining steam before the Covid outbreak at the end of 2019. By March 2020, the number of webinars available online shot up by 330%. Webinar attendees had doubled, and it’s been doubling monthly since.
People by the millions,
have signed up more…
We are proud to announce that, in recognition of our globally trusted
reliability and of our decade-long commitment to our mission, the panel
of judges at CFI.co has given us the following awards:
- Most Reliable Broker Global 2020
- Most Transparent Broker Global 2020
According to the CFI Judges Report, “The broker provides quality
products and services and is constantly refining practices to ensure a
rapid, effective, and sensitive response whenever that should be needed.
The technology, strong cashflow and necessary resources on-hand allow
super-fast withdrawals, dazzlingly fast trade execution speed, and no
requotes. There is full transparency with no hidden costs. Broker and more…
We’re happy to announce that Tickmill attended one of the largest and most prestigious Spanish speaking financial events, hosted in Mexico!
On March 11, the event promised attendees a day of valuable educational and networking opportunities, with conferences addressing the financial markets, technical analysis, derivative trading and many more topics in between.
With over 500 financial professionals in attendance and 10+ enlightening conferences arranged; the day began by examining the basics of making better financial decisions. Throughout the day attendees were treated to seminars presented by 19 different speakers, with topics ranging from Quantum more…
News and Data:
– January 08: US ADP Non-Farm Employment Change 202K vs 160K expected
– January 10: US Non-Farm Employment Change 145K vs 162K expected
– January 14: US CPI M/M 0.2% vs 0.2% expected
– January 14: US Core CPI M/M 0.1% vs 0.2 expected
Gold prices rose to seven-year highs around $1,613 an ounce last week after Iran attacked the US military bases in Iraq. However, gold is struggling to find its bullish momentum at the start of this week and apparently the prices has softened to around $1,540 an ounce as a reflection of geographical tension ease with Iran, and the signing of a phase-one trade agreement between the United States and China which has taken place nearly two years in the making. The details of phase-one agreement are unconfirmed but according to experts the agreements are split into nine chapters dealing with issues more…
News and Data:
- CNY Caixin Manufacturing PMI 51.5 vs 51.7 expected
- US ISM Manufacturing PMI 47.2 vs 49 expected
- US FOMC Meeting Minutes expected to cut interest rate 2 times in 2020
- US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI 55 vs 54.5 expected
Gold price jumped over $1,600 per ounce this morning upon the news that AL Asad airbase in western Iraq has come under retaliatory attack from Iran. This action is viewed as the direct attack on American forces located in the region. Following the news of the attack, stocks prices dropped but oil and GOLD rose. Gold has bounced back around more…