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You need us because you deserve a level playing field from both brokers and regulators. With traders scattered around the globe, there is a need for an organization to advocate on their behalf.

The Global Traders Association is committed to providing traders of all levels of experience with information, education, networking opportunities, and an organization that will give traders a strong voice. Remember, there is strength in numbers.

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Newsletter: Thoughts From the
Trading Trenches

The widely acclaimed monthly newsletter covers a look ahead to the coming month and articles of interest to the global trader. Articles and editorials are prepared by a range of experts.

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Welcome to our
advocacy blog

Daily features and articles of interest to global traders. Here is your chance to respond, ask questions or to speak out on areas of common concerns to the global trader.

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How to Choose
a Broker

Special reports are prepared periodically by the staff of GTA on a broad range of topics for the benefit of its members. Topics can range from new trading technologies to impending regulation.

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