Updated: June 28, 2023
Are you new to trading and global investing? Are you curious about the strategies of successful traders and investors?
Multi-asset broker, eToro, has some of the elite and most experienced professionals in the market; and they’re willing to share their wisdom and best tips and tricks of the trade.
Meet and listen to Olivier Danvel, one of eToro’s Elite Popular Investors during a FREE webinar on June 12, 2019. Note: Link to watch the replay video recording is available below.
Since becoming among the most popular trader and investor back in January 2017, Olivier has been in the green for almost 3 consecutive years, without a single month in the red.
Olivier Danvel Historical Performance:
Although not impossible, being profitable every month in a volatile and unpredictable market is both a challenging and an excellent feat. If you want to find out how he does it, don’t miss out on this chance to ask him questions in his live webinar.
With over 10 years of experience specializing in currency or forex trading, Olivier shares in his eToro Bio that he is not a daytrader.
He opens a few trades each month and waits for the best price to enter the market. Maintaining a low-risk score, Olivier aims to make 1% monthly return as he believes in small but consistent returns.
Get a chance to learn more about him, his trading activities, and why he chooses to specialize in forex trading. He will also share his thoughts on the next generation of investment products and the crypto world.
Catch Olivier’s webinar on June 12, 2019 (Wednesday), 10:00 pm Manila Time in French and 12:00 midnight in English.
WATCH THE REPLAY: Click here to watch the replay video recording of this webinar
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