Dubai (PRWEB) July 21, 2011
Again delivering the high quality investor education content that, for the last 11 years, has made it famous, Smartline Investment Training Institute conducted its advanced level Technical Analysis course on May 19 through 29, 2011 at Dubai’s plush Burj Al Arab Hotel. Financial guru and Smartline CEO, Kyprianos Kyprianou, offered global traders insights on stocks, commodities, currencies as well as larger issues of money management.
In search of guidance on how to trade systematically and avoid losses, the audience of global traders who attended Mr. Kyprianou’s summer course on Technical Analysis, were clearly energized by each presentation. Mr. Kyprianou’s own experiences as a beginning trader resonated personally with the attendees, his seminar offering more than just the key to successfully buying and selling financial instruments, but a motivational life story.
Empowered by the breadth of systematic knowledge that the course included, attendees expressed a belief that they would trade with greater confidence and an array of new technical skills.
This year’s summer course was proof that this exceptional investor training program is rapidly expanding from Europe, across Asia, to the Middle East. Smartline’s technical analysis training classes once primarily held in Limassol in Cyprus, its new headquarters in Dubai represents a strategic entrance into an increasingly sophisticated investment market. Indeed, many of this year’s’ participants were from some of the major banks and financial institutions in the region.
Representing three different trading fields: commodities, foreign exchange and international stocks, an elite segment of students graduated from the course. The top traders of the financial services industry, these graduates now qualify to take the IFTA exams and become certified Technical Analysts. As statistics show that those who attend Mr. Kyprianou’s seminars perform higher on international financial exams than those who don’t, it’s obvious why attendance at his training events continues to rise.
Mr. Kyprianou commented that this year’s summer course was effective because all the participants were experienced traders who appreciated the opportunity to explore challenging aspects of real-time trading, such as entry and exit points. At a post-seminar interview, Mr. Kyprianou explained that teaching advanced level students is one of his passions. Unlike other trainers, Mr. Kyprianou is known for being accessible and curious about the professional lives of attendees. He mingled with traders, continuing to share his unique perspective and trading techniques with them during lunch breaks. Valuable best practice ideas were imparted in casual one-on-one exchanges.