Gold Financial Global

Gold Financial Global

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With Cambodia’s rapid economic growth, the boom of the stock exchange is inevitable. The financial pulse of Asia is extending to the region and every-day people are becoming curious.

Young Cambodians, especially, are looking towards the future and seeking an education in finance to keep up with the changing pace.

Gold Financial Global Co, Ltd (GFG) is the first registered online Forex trading in Cambodia – and is one many training centres emerging to provide this didactic opportunity for Cambodian youth.

GFG offers expert market research and provides customers with advanced training tools, 24-hour customer support, secure online transactions and a skilled staff. Unique advantages of choosing GFG include their signature Mega Chart – their in-house analysis system – and a generous rewards program.

GFG’s training programs are also unique – they’re free, and not-for-profit.

According to Iv Piseth, a trainer and analyst manager at GFG, said the company does not charge for training courses because Cambodia lacks sufficient human resources when it comes to the stock exchange.

“We need more people to specialise [in finance] and to work for our company as well,” he said.

Iv Piseth said that the training course prepares the student to understand “the function of the market, technical analysis, inter-linkages with different asset classes, fundamental factors impacting price volatility, hedging and trading strategies”.

GFG’s most recent course, “Road to a Wealthy Life,” consists of five training sessions and provides both tutorial and practice to enrich students’ knowledge of worldwide financial trading.

Five of the best students from the class will be selected to join the staff at GFG.

“At my company, we always give a profound opportunity to all participants to work with us,” Iv Piseth explained.

Iv Piseth added that GFG provides comfortable classrooms with modern equipment for the training courses. Instruction is delivered by professional experts from Hong Kong and Vietnam. Participants are asked to pay US$10 for registration only.

“Each course is limited to 60 participants, and all the participants are highly encouraged to attend the course even though they are just students or businessmen who have no financial degree,” Iv Piseth said.

He added that courses are split between elementary and intermediate levels to suit students’ backgrounds.

Iv Piseth said that GFG’s training courses have provided many of their past students with job opportunities at financial companies, especially those dealing with the Cambodia Securities Exchange.

GFG is located across from City Mall shopping centre at No. 31 Street 217, Sangkat Veal Vong, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh.

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