I liked a show, a list of selected themes were good and presenters perfect! Organization of project also done on high level.
The only bad thing was a czech translator. This guy was completely out of theme and his translations in both cases were terrible. Luckily I understood speakers, otherwise it would be just a big mess. But apart from that it was great!
ShowFXAsia was a day of discovery and enlightenment for me. The choice of speakers and topics catered to all levels of investor experience. I, for one, found Stuart McPhee's Trading Strategies for Changing Markets very relevant to questions I had. It was definitely an educational event and I came away with lots of inspiration. I hope it will be back very soon. Please keep me posted.
ShowFx Asia gave me a great overview of the forex market with each speaker touching on different topics which give us a bigger picture of trading.
To many, forex is a tool that isn't suited for retailers due to it's high risk nature. However, Mr Wayne Ho made a incredible lecture on how risk management is the most important skill one should and must pick up during forex trading. These emphasis on risk management makes sense as if you dont manage your risk, you can never handle the pressure once your trades go against you even though it's minor noises especially if you overleverage.
All in all, i must say im impressed with this convention and hope to see more convention with more speakers touching on different topics and let the world know forex is a tool for passive income as well as long as you learn how to wield this tool. Cheers!
I find this event helpful. The speakers display useful information about forex market such as elliot wave principles and ARAS/ASAR setup. This remind of one person I would like recommend to be on stage to present his trading strategy to the audience. He make uses of support and resistance levels where price might bounces or breaks. This is his email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. I strongly recommend him to share his knowledge to traders out there who are still looking for ways to improve their trading skills.
I have attended quite a fair number of Fx trade shows before and it is always refreshing to attend yet again, the ShowFxAsia here in Singapore.
As I am no longer a fresh newbie trader, the thing I look forward most is to learn something new from the wide array of presenters.
Most times, other trade shows would simply have exhibitors and presenters making sales pitches, so having more speakers that impart real and useful techniques would be a big draw for traders like myself. This year, thunderous applause goes to Don Imran from SuperForex Malaysia that so unreservedly came and taught us his ARAS & ASAR method. His patience to clarify the queries from several of us that approached him after his presentation, is just Super Bonus for me! 8)
Of course, keeping up with new developments from other providers is always something we traders try to look out for, so it is good to see some of that in the show. I am just thinking that the sponsors might have to do a bit more in order to attract new sign-ups, as I believe that most whom attended are already trading and would have to switch or open new accounts. So there must be something compelling for us to want to do that; and frankly, I personally did not feel much compelled to...
I know that the quantum of forex traders in Singapore has been growing a lot over the years, and it surprised me somewhat that the number of attendants to the ShowFxAsia has seem not to be able to reflect that growth in market participation. There's probably some need to tweak the organiser's means to reach out to them perhaps. Pity that many are otherwise missing out on such an exciting and well organized event!
I look forward much to the next ShowFxAsia! 8)