SquaredFinancial, a leading global brokerage firm, announces the appointment of Nour Hammoury as Chief Market Analyst. Nour’s addition to the team underscores the company’s commitment to providing investors around the world with informed trading, with timely information, market analysis and live market news, as well as promoting healthy trading.
Nour is an investor, independent market strategist and financial advisor. He has more than 15 years of experience focused on foreign exchange, stocks, and global economic developments, as well as central bank policy and cross-market analysis. He regularly appears on major international television networks such as BBC, Al-Jazeera, Al Hurra, CNBC and Bloomberg, holding open discussions and sharing insights and insights on markets and trends.
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Philippe Ghanem, Founder of Squared Financial, commented: “Part of our commitment to traders and investors around the world is to provide them with information to help them make the right investment decision. It’s one of the reasons they choose us as a partner. Nour has the knowledge and experience to lead our analyst team, but above all, he is passionate, and I am confident that his addition to the team will drive value growth to retain our clients, entrench their trust, and attract a loyal customer base. broader clients. His experience will further amplify SquaredFinancial’s goal of changing the way people perceive a broker.”
Nour Hammoury, Chief Market Analyst at Squared Financial, commented: “I am pleased and excited to join the SquaredFinancial team at this defining moment in the company’s history. Management’s commitment to becoming the first choice of traders and your long-term partner advances knowledge and education Trading is not a get-rich-quick scheme it requires perseverance and stamina And this is where market analysis comes in. The knowledge a trader has of the market and of its various events is the foundation of healthy trading; it is what helps investors make good trading decisions.”