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Market psychology and trading signals: avoid common mistakes (Fully booked)

Thu, October 24, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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Hotel Schweizerhof Bahnhofplatz 7 8001 - Zurich Switzerland

At this seminar we will take a deeper look into the technical tools used by the independent research provider Trading Central. 

Nicolas will show practical examples on how to apply trendlines and support/resistance levels to charts. In particular, he will explain the Pivot point concept (how to calculate it and use it to manage risks), Fibonacci applications and technical indicators (RSI, MACD, Bollinger bands).

He will share his experience on how to avoid the most common day-trading mistakes. At the end, he will comment on the current trends on the Stock and Forex markets.


At the end of the presentation an Apéro will be offered.




If you wish to be added to the waiting list please send an email to info@cornertrader.ch


Nicolas Suiffet

Nicolas Suiffet is in charge of the European research at Trading Central.

M.Suiffet graduated from Paris Dauphine University (Master’s in Finance research). He is qualified as MSTA (Society of Technical Analysts Member) and has more than 10 years of trading experience.

Prior to joining Trading Central, Mr. Suiffet served as market economist for Exane BNPP and Société Générale (Global Macro Strategy).

Mr. Suiffet provides chartist and mathematical approaches to intraday and swing trading, also covering long term investments for institutional & private banks. He is regularly quoted in Reuters’s and Dow Jones News articles.

The information contained in the educational sessions constitutes mere generic information material and commentary only and it is not meant to represent or contain any tax, financial or investment advice and shall not be considered as any sort of solicitation, offer, incentive or advisory to buy or sell any securities or related financial instruments, to participate in any particular trading strategy in any jurisdiction or in pursuing investments of any kind. The educational sessions and the information provided have been prepared without taking account of the objectives, financial situation or needs of any particular participants. The information contained in the educational sessions is not the result of independent financial research. Read more