A Junior Foreign Exchange Trader is sought to join Samuel and Co Trading, to learn to trade the stock and FX markets.
Samuel and Co Trading manages a fund in London, with client accounts across the globe. We are now expanding the trading team and are looking for Foreign Exchange and Stock Traders with a drive to succeed in our expansion to Birmingham - New Street.
As a Junior Foreign Exchange Trader you train to trade forex short term and equities long term with Samuel and Co Trading capital. You will liaise with Senior Traders and the Fund Manager, communicating open risk and managing portfolio diversification.
Title: Junior Foreign Exchange Trader
Location: Birmingham - New Street
Earnings: £25k - £110k OTE, dependent on performance
The ideal Junior Foreign Exchange Trader will possess the following:
- A strong interest in trading the financial markets
- The ability to communicate effectively across all levels
- An ambitious and confident personality
- The ability to work within a team
- Experience isn't essential, however any experience as a Sales Executive / Sales Broker / Sales Trader would be beneficial
It's a great opportunity to complete in-house training and trade live funds once successful, as well as gaining a CPD certification in Technical Analysis. No prior experience is necessary, but you will need a desire to work in the financial market alongside a driven, motivated working attitude.
Please note if applicants do not hold 12 months of experience training fees apply due to the extensive nature of training. Once successful, selected trainees will be given starting capital to trade on behalf of Samuel and Co Trading.
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