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Dot Commodity Announced Educational Seminar on Commodity Markets for University Students

Tokyo, Jan 9, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - Dot Commodity, Inc. (Dot), Japan's largest online commodity futures broker, is pleased to announce that Dot has begun offering an educational seminar series for university students on commodity markets. The second seminar in the ongoing course was held on December 22nd, 2012 in Tokyo and the title of the seminar was "Understanding the correlation between commodity, stock, and currency markets". The guest lecturer was Mr. Ryosuke Okazaki, President of Market-Analyze and students from Tokyo University and Hitotsubashi University investment clubs attended the seminar.

Dot has organized this educational seminar course on commodity markets to cultivate an understanding of global commodity markets and how they affect our daily lives and how they correlate with other financial markets as well as having the students recognize the importance of commodity markets in the global economy and in society. As the largest commodity futures broker in Japan, Dot is utilizing its expertise in global commodity markets to educate university students on the workings and importance of commodity markets.

Jin Funada, President of Dot Commodity, Inc. said, "While stock markets are "huge local", commodity markets are "little global". They affect all of our lives. Dot is proud to utilize our expertise in commodity markets to help educate university students on the role and importance that commodity markets play in the global economy."

The education seminar series will continue in 2013 with new topics and industry experts slated to give lectures to the students.

Please click the link below to see a short clip of the 2nd seminar.
http://bit.ly/13h34Zh

2nd Seminar Details

Date: Saturday, December 22nd, 2012, 13:00-16:00
Instructor: Mr. Ryosuke Okazaki, President, Market-Analyze
Universities participating:
- Tokyo University Investment Circle, "Agents"
- Hitotsubashi University Investment Circle, "TOWALY"
Theme: "Understanding the correlation between commodity, stock, and currency markets"

About Dot Commodity

Dot Commodity is Japan's largest and fastest growing commodity futures broker with headquarters in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Dot offers a global reach with almost 24 hour electronic trading availability as a Clearing Member of the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM), the Tokyo Grain Exchange (TGE) and a Trading Member of Singapore Exchange (SGX) Derivative Markets. Dot also offers commodity futures products from CME Group, ICE Europe and ICE U.S. along with OTC brokerage services and CFD (Contract for Difference) products. Dot caters to both individual and corporate clientele which currently includes proprietary trading firms, commercial oil companies, global trading houses and financial asset managers. For further information, please visit our website at: www.commodity.co.jp/english .



Source: Dot Commodity

Contact:

Miho Eriguchi,
Public Relations
+81-3-5447-3022
E-mail: eriguchi-m@commodity.co.jp 

For service inquiry:

Product Information (Customer Service)
E-mail: info@commodity.co.jp


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