Now more than ever we are seeing people with a real thirst for practical market insight and analysis that they can actually make sense of and act upon.
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Gold Coast, Australia (PRWEB) November 10, 2011
Nial Fuller, CEO of Learn To Trade The Market, a global leader in online financial market education, announced today the company will aggressively pursue online social media portals as a means of actively updating its followers with simplified and timely financial market commentary and educational content.
The global financial crisis combined with ongoing media fear mongering and persistent market volatility has been the driving catalyst behind a new group of savvy individuals who are taking a 'hands-on’ approach to their trading and investing activities. Learn To Trade The Market hopes to satisfy this demographics’ need for simple yet relevant real-time financial market information and education.
Nial Fuller commented, “Now more than ever we are seeing people with a real thirst for practical market insight and analysis that they can actually make sense of and act upon. In a time of global economic uncertainty and volatility where the media and news wires are full of conflicting opinions and ideas, it’s increasingly difficult for traders and investors to make informed decisions. To put it succinctly, we hope to simplify all of the noise for people”.
He went on to say “I have always enjoyed diarizing my life and so when the social media fad hit it seemed like a natural transition for me to use the power of these websites to update our followers on what’s going on in the markets, and how to use simple thinking and logical trading strategies to take advantage of the current volatility and huge trends we are seeing unfolding”.
The company also said it has plans to roll out a new iPhone app. which is being developed for release in early 2012. This app will allow traders to access daily financial market commentary, educational materials and important market updates which traders can access while on the go.
Nial said, “ iPhone apps are a vital content delivery and communication tool already being harnessed by media heavyweights such as Bloomberg, CNBC and Reuters. We want to join that trend and hopefully reach a much larger audience.”
Learn To Trade The Market’s 'keep-it-simple' concept has clearly caught on amidst a sea of conflicting economic reports, media fears, and market volatility that has left people ill informed and confused. Early estimates from the company state they intend to increase their active readership from its present following of 50,000 traders to well over 75,000 in the next 18 months.
Learn To Trade The Market will be on the following social networks:
Follow Nial Fuller on Twitter
Follow Nial Fuller on Google +
Follow Learn To Trade The Market on Facebook
Follow Nial Fuller on Facebook
The company can be contacted at http://www.LearnToTradeTheMarket.com/contact