CEO Marcello Arrambide of The Day Trading Academy Reviews and Approves Expansion Into Latin America

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Marcello Arrambide and The Day Trading Academy have reviewed and approved expansion into Latin America. The company plans to train locals how to trade with their proven methods in the future markets.

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"The interest is incredible day trading futures and day trading in general in Latin American Countries."

The Day Trading Academy reviews and approves expansion into the emerging economies of Latin America. All of the funds collected for the Congressive Trading System have been saved for the planned day trading centers around the world. With more and more interest coming from Latin America the company has given the official go ahead to announce plans for their first center overseas.

Currently in Singapore, the company is laying the initial groundwork to for the global expansion into several emerging economies around the world. Initially, The Day Trading Academy planned on opening simultaneously trading centers in Asia & Latin America.

"Our focus on low volume of traders and high quality has served us very well over the years. We have been able to increase the success rates in the industry substantially by giving our traders everything they need. The Day Trading Academy reviews opportunities constantly and right now is a great time to start training locals in Latin America on how to trade successfully using our proven methods" states Marcello Arrambide, CEO and Founder of The Day Trading Academy.

The day trading centers in Latin America are designed to not only train locals but also help current trainees of the program. The Day Trading Academy has designed a fluid and endless education process to teach traders of all levels.

The complete education process will now start and end via the day trading centers which allow traders to continue learning even after they have reached consistency.

"We don't know how long it will take to get the trading center up and running. We do know that it will not be hard to find committed people that will take this opportunity seriously" states Marcello Arrambide. "Latin America has seen a tremendous amount of economic growth and there is a remarkable interest in day trading. I have received various inquiries from different countries in Latin America especially Colombia, Brazil, and Peru. The interest is incredible day trading futures and day trading in general in Latin American Countries."

The Day Trading Academy has reviewed the possibly of opening centers in Colombia, Peru, and Brazil. Colombia has presented the best opportunity with many in house traders already being fluent in Spanish. The company originally considered focusing on Brazil because of the availability of the massive market but opted for Colombia instead.

Bogota, Medellin, and even Barranquilla on the coast of Colombia were considered for the location of the first trading center. Executive traders decide to focus the first trading center in Medellin, Colombia, due to the great location and comfortable weather year round.

Medellin was recently listed as the most innovative city by BBC and has been named one of the best cities to retire in by US News. The Day Trading Academy plans to train an army of traders first and then offer full day trading education programs in Spanish.

About The Day Trading Academy
The Day Trading Academy helps teach and educate traders the secrets of becoming a successful investor and day trader. The core of the education program involves clear-cut defined rules of when to enter and exit the market. The company also focuses on discipline and psychology to be able to adapt to the ever changing market conditions. All students learn from traders that have graduated from the program and are trading their own accounts live consistently. The core focus of The Day Trading Academy is to provide the ability of total independence to all its traders.

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