Chief Strategist

Chief strategist

This section is devoted to Dean Leo, InstaForex expert on trading strategies. After reading the information about his trading experience, you will understand what makes his technical analysis plain and simple.
Dean Leo InstaForex Chief Strategist
Dean Leo is a graduate of Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. A well-known expert in technical analysis, he is conducting investment research for a company that won the Best FX Research award in 2019, 2020 and 2021, as well as the Best Equity Research award in 2020 and 2021. Dean Leo uses the Fibonacci method to provide technical analysis to the biggest financial organizations around the world. Furthermore, he gives master classes for thousands of traders and teaches them how to predict market movements.
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What's the secret?
Dean's approach is to make technical analysis simple even while using the most complex methods of analysis. He utilizes Elliott Wave theory, graphical patterns, Fibonacci mathematics, and Mathematical indicators. Moreover, Dean uses fundamental analysis, as even the most accurate and competent technical forecast can be suddenly adjusted due to significant events in the world of economy or politics.
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