TradeRush now brings its customers with the most insightful educational presentations and attractive promotional offers
ForexMinute.com – TradeRush, one of the most popular binary options trading platforms, now brings its clients with the new and the most insightful educational webinars. Governed and presented by the industry’s most bright and professional minds, the new webinars are sure to educate traders with the ins and outs of forex market.
To address the wider range of audience, TradeRush has also provided these webinars in multiple languages which include French, German, Russian and Arabic. The UK-based brokerage firm’s total webinars have reached over 70 with these latest additions.
In a recent press release published by TradeRush, the firm elaborately explained the contents of their newest webinars. The first one they elucidated was ‘THE MARKET NEWS’, a webinar which “shows traders what is currently going on in the market and the best asset to look at.”
The another session is titled ‘WHAT ARE BINARY OPTIONS?’, which “teaches the basics of trading binary options and explains to traders why binary options is the most profitable form of trading within the financial industry.”
The list of TradeRush webinars goes further ’60 SECONDS TO SUCCESS’, which offers traders with the best tips to trade 60 second option fruitfully. The last and none the least is VIP Signal Session, a webinar created especially for TradeRush VIP account holders. As per the information given by the broker, this webinar is made to inform traders about the most influential trades, centered on and around economic events.
TradeRush has further introduced the most attractive promotions in its recent services. They include holiday promotions and bonuses for Mardi Gras and St. Patrick’s Day. The broker has particularly focused on the super-volatile NFP releases, concentrating on which it has provided NFP promotion to help its clients earn better profits. “TradeRush wants all of their traders to enjoy special events and have numerous opportunities to trade,” says one of their spokespersons.
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