Online Trading Academy Joins Saxo Bank to Deliver Free June Seminar Series
Irvine, CA, May 30, 2008 - Two progressive financial institutions have joined forces to offer new insights,
trading tools and education to Forex traders worldwide. During the month of June, Online Trading Academy and Saxo
Bank will host a series of Forex Trading events in five California cities.
The free series of three hour events will provide an introduction for new traders to the Forex, or currency
trading markets. Forex is the largest trading exchange, worldwide. With today’s wildly fluctuating dollar and the
growing global economy, Forex has become a critical part of any trader’s portfolio.
In addition to insight on Forex provided by Online Trading Academy instructors Sam Seiden and Brandon Wendell,
Saxo Bank representatives will introduce attendees to their new hand-held Blackberry platform for Forex trading.
Online Trading Academy offers in-depth classes on Forex trading as well as an Extended Learning Track for Forex Trading.
The schedule of free Forex seminars is as follows: Monday June 9 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, from 6-9
PM (PST); Wednesday June 11 at the Online Trading Academy Center in San Jose, from 6-9 PM (PST); Saturday June 14 at
the Westin Hotel in San Diego, from 3-6 PM (PST); Monday June 16 at the Online Trading Academy Center in its Irvine
corporate headquarters, and Tuesday June 17 at the Online Trading Academy Center in Northridge, from 6-9 PM (PST).
Each workshop will conclude with a dinner hour and a question and answer session. Seating is limited at all events.
Pre-registration is required. For more information and exact locations, visit:
www.tradingacademy.com. Online Trading Academy operates over twenty
learning centers around the globe, and was founded over ten years ago, by Eyal Shahar. The company has attracted
thousands of people from all walks of life, seeking to take control of their financial future by learning how the
markets function. Its instructors have appeared frequently in national financial media, as guest commentators.