From September, Singapore & Mumbai will be offering a monthly discussion group to share knowledge and experience about trading forex. The FXStreet community is growing fast, as in September we will have 10 meetups around the world! Continue reading The meetup family is growing
On July, 24th Steve Ruffley, will be live on our special Monthly Webinar divided in two parts. It will be a live webinar and it will be divided in two parts, the former free of charge, entitled ‘Steve Ruffley’s ultimate trading strategies’ (14:00 GMT) and the latter Premium, ‘1-1 style coaching’ (16:00 GMT). The first part of this webinar will be focused on Ruffley’s experience after being trading over a decade and managing one of the biggest trading floors in Europe. As Ruffley says there are a only a few key strategies that really work, and this will be outlined in this first part of the webinar. At the same time, Steve will be giving away seven free iView ‘Lite’ software packages for people who attend the open webinar, and three to those who attend to the Premium one. Each licence costs $199.
From Fibonacci to due diligence, are you ready?
Istanbul – 2nd August – The Fibonacci analysis and the connection with the trader profile
It will be conducted by Ateşhan Aybars and Onur Çakir our host and team leader, about the Fibonacci analysis and trader profile. We will meet at our sponsor’s headquarters XTB for an hour of learning about Forex all together.
Ateshan Aybars is a Turkish economist and TV celebrity, CTA and Biomedical Engineer. He is currently working for BloombergHT as commentator. Together with Onur Çakir they will explore how Fibonacci analysis can be very helpful, whether you are investing in stocks or ETFs, or even daytrading the forex market.
Free registration, via meetup.com and takes less than 1 minute.
Sydney- 7th August- Due Diligence: Is there a place for due diligence in FX trading? Continue reading Come and join us at the August FXStreet meetups
The process of finding the best broker for your trading can sometimes be daunting. The complexity relies on the number of points to take into account and the fact that requires a certain amount awaraness to chose the adequate company to trade with. As our Content Advisor, Gonçalo Moreira, explains, “it is not possible to speak of a broker who is perfect for all kinds of traders. Instead, you should carefully consider your own expectations from trading, and compare that with what is offered by the broker, and choose the one that is best suited to your needs”. Being aware of this complexity, we’ve prepared a set of posts whose aim are to offer some tips to our audience to be taken into account when choosing a broker.
FXStreet has been listed among the best Forex sites in a ranking published in EA Coder’s Forex Blog, a blog of MT4 Trading Software and Tools. There, our site, in the seventh position, is defined as one of the leading currency trading portals when it comes to providing quality forex information and news.
In addition, MahiFX, a retail FX broker, has included ForexStreet, FXStreet network, among the Top 50 Forex Blogs To Follow in 2014, concretely in the eighth position. Users that are looking for an interactive experience will find it with other traders on ForexStreet.net, as the post says.
Congratulations to Germany! And well done, Argentina. You did yourselves proud in a tournament which sent your fans home happy. This week FXStreet will be giving the 6-month subscription to FXBeat to all of you that guessed the winner, and a 3-month subscription to those who voted for Argentina. Check our Facebook fanspage!
Let’s keep beating the market together.
Do you dare to guess which football team is going to win the FIFA World Cup held in Brazil? Germany or Argentina? Play the game and win a 6 month subscription to FXBeat, FXStreet’s news and commentary feed produced by Jamie Coleman’s team. Continue reading Who will win the FIFA World Cup?
“Trading Technically with a Fundamental Edge” is the title of the next Meetup that FXStreet organizes tomorrow, 10th of July in New York. The guest speaker for this trading group is Edward Moya, Chief Technical Strategist at World Wide Markets. New York Traders Group is lead by Chris Tramount. This session will deal with the hard battle of making money in the forex market for the retail trader.
While hundreds of technical indicators exist, and with the potential to adjust parameters to countless options, the importance of having a rules based technical analysis methodology is important, but likely will have difficulty standing on its own without understanding market sentiment and what some of the triggers are for the algorithmic trading systems. In this session, Moya will go over what are some of his favorite technical indicators/strategies, understanding market behavior and what big picture fundamental indicators/events he follows.