Pepperstone launches Pepperstone Talks online series

Australia based Retail FX and CFDs broker Pepperstone has been investing heavily in online media in 2022. After recently announcing the launch of The Trade-Off – a weekly digital series focused on helping retail traders navigate an ever-evolving world of financial markets – the company has now new unveiled a new online series, Pepperstone Talks.

The first event in the series, How to Trade 2022 will take place on Wednesday 26th January, 6:00-10:00 pm GMT, where 12 market experts will present their trading predictions for 2022.

All eyes are on the potential trading landscape for 2022. The markets are navigating the continued effects from Covid-19 and the central banks devising their response to soaring inflation. Want to hear what the global experts predict? Pepperstone invites traders to hear it first.

Join 10 exclusive online sessions of trade ideas, technical analysis, macroeconomic themes and tips on how to improve your trading discipline. Each talk will be interactive, inviting attendees to pose their questions to the experts and participate in the GBPUSD prediction competition.

This event will deliver real, actionable insights for traders with varying levels of experience and styles. Registration is at

Confirmed speakers include:

Alpesh Patel OBE – Praefinium- Market trends for 2022 and trades ideas for the year ahead.

Mark Randall and Steve Goldstein- AlphaMind- Weaponising the Mind for more effective FX Trading

James Maddison – TradingView- TradingView 2022: What’s next

Corellian Trading Academy- H1 and the possibilities therein

Mark Holstead – Traders Mastermind- Becoming the trader you want to be in 2022

Garth MacKenzie – Traders Corner- Playing by the book – Technical trading setups to look for and how to trade them

Stuart Fieldhouse – The Armchair Trader

Ryan Littlestone – Forex Analytix- How will FX markets react to inflation changes?

Miad Kasravi- ZFX Trading- Inevitable market drivers in 2022 – Using the trading cycle to your advantage.

Note that all speakers are not endorsed by Pepperstone and any views they express are their own.

Pepperstone has subsidiaries across the globe and is regulated by (ASIC), (FCA), (CySec), (SCB), (DFSA), (BaFin) and (CMA).

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