Warren Venketas

Warren Venketas

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Expertise:
Technical analysis, macroeconomics and dealing processes.
Warren Venketas joined DailyFX after Sales Trading at IG Markets for both retail and institutional clients, where he gained a strong understanding of dealing processes across multiple asset classes. His analysis focuses on how to use fundamental analysis to trade around macroeconomic themes, and he utilizes technical analysis for entry and exit points. Warren completed a Bachelor of Business Science with majors in Finance and Economics from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

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