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Admiral Markets’ Nenad Kerkez elected premium speaker at FXStreet

March 14, 2016 15:08

Dear Trader,

FXStreet has announced that Admiral Markets' senior analyst and lecturer Nenad Kerkez will join their premium webinars service this month. Admiral Markets takes great pleasure in working towards increasing trader awareness and general education. FXStreet and Admiral Markets have collaborated before in exclusive webinars focussing on the different aspects of price action trading and fundamental and news analysis.

Nenad Kerkez has been a full time trader and analyst in the global market since 2008. Well known in the FX Community, Nenad ranks in the top 10 traders and analysts in the Forex Factory High Impact Members Ranking.

"My main style and specialty is intra day trading with occasional intra week swing trading. Intraday trading is considered both positional trend and breakout trading", explains Nenad.

Nenad's FXStreet classes will teach new price action methods as part of his PNT method (Practical Naked Trading). Premium members of FXStreet's webinar service can take Nenad's exclusive classes once per month.

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Admiral Markets


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