Fullerton Markets is heading to Manila as part of its ASEAN Tour 2019, with the series making a stop in the Philippines for the very first time.
Taking place 9 November 2019 at Edsa Shangri-La, Manila in Mandaluyong City, the summit will offer participants powerful strategies for trading success, exclusive updates on market news and economic trends, as well as tips to grow and protect their wealth. The event expects to gather at least 300 attendees.
Headlining the summit are Fullerton Markets’ CEO Mario Singh, Head of Research and Education Wayne Ko, and Chief Strategist Jimmy Zhu. A globally recognised financial expert and best-selling author, Mario will give insights into making astute investments, including sharing ways to effectively spot a major crash so that traders can best position themselves to cash in on slowing markets.
Said Mario: “We’re excited to finally bring our summit to the Philippines, where there exists a steadily growing trader community that is ready to take their trading skills and knowledge to the next level. This event presents the opportunity to leverage industry insights, the latest economic updates and trading strategies that have helped so many others, and empower participants to make smarter, more profitable decisions in the financial markets.”
Jimmy Zhu, who has appeared in various international media including CGTN, Channel NewsAsia and Bloomberg, will give an overview of local, regional and global economies and highlight top currency trades to take in the months ahead. Wayne Ko is set to introduce techniques for successful copy trading, major pitfalls to avoid and how to identify profitable traders to copy to start building your passive income.
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