Last week we announced the launch of the “Current Trading Positions“, a new tool that permits you to see where professional forex traders are situated, what trades they have taken or consider to take. And here is the video tutorial we prepared to explain you how to use it and make the most out of it.
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Every day, FXstreet.com hosts several webinars… up to 8 some days! Experienced Forex traders and analysts share with our users – forex traders of all levels – their trade ideas and strategies. Most of the time, they look at the live markets to explain what they see and what they trade. Trading, Interaction and Education are the key words of these online sessions.
Soooo many analysts, soooo many trading ideas, soooo many shared trading positions, soooo many reports to read. Feel overwhelmed? Hell, yeah!
Once again, in the line with the Follow and Watchlist features launched last December, FXstreet.com wants to help you to sort out the data and better digest the huge amount of Forex information offered on our website every day. This time, showing you the CURRENT TRADING POSITIONS of our contributors.
FXstreet.com is organizing a special webinar together with Currensee and Taylor Growth, tomorrow Thursday at 15 GMT / 10 am EST!
In this webinar Tom Dawson and Josh Colton from Taylor Growth will discuss how a high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Josh and Tom will discuss the risk/reward tradeoff, the importance of establishing your investment objectives and balancing your objectives with your appetite for risk.
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A special limited-time webinar promotion will be offered to all attendees of this webinar by Liquid Markets!
Our expansion in foreign languages is continuing! Our websites in Russian, Arab and Turkish now also have their own reports, where our own editors and traders but also other Forex companies teams provide their analysis of the latest movements in the currency market.
– In our Russian website, we are starting with 14 different reports by 6 different contributors: Alpari Russia, Forex-Market, Grand Capital, Instaforex, Forex club, Admiral Markets. Most of these reports are technical. Browse the reports
– In our Arab website, we are publishing at the moment 6 reports, written by these 4 companies: ForexOnline, Yallaforex, FXstreet.ae and Palfx. The covered topics are gold, majors mainly from a technical analysis point of view. Browse the reports
– In our Turkish website, 5 reports are published on a daily basis and they mainly address gold, USD/TRY and majors. They are provided by Forexpark, XTB Turkey, DestekFX, Phillip Capital, FXstreet.com.tr. Browse the reports
Starting tomorrow, Jason will also present webinars on our website. Tomorrow will be his first one: Trade set-ups of live markets – FX, Gold, Energy and Equity Indexes.
In this webinar, Jason Sen will look for trade set-ups using technical indicators, Fibonacci, trend lines and pattern recognition. He will try to find some interesting set ups in various markets on the day, though he tends to focus on usdjpy, eurusd, WTI nymex crude, Dax, Eurostoxx, S&P and Bund.
We have integrated FXBriefs.com as News Provider on FXstreet.com. FXBriefs.com is the latest collaboration of Jamie Coleman and Gerry Davies, the driving forces which built ForexLive.com.
FXBriefs.com offers fast, fun forex news and analysis, compiled by analysts who have been immersed in financial markets since the days when trades were done via telex and confirmations came in the morning mail. They’ve been there and done that, gaining invaluable experience and market contacts along the way. They share that experience to help you improve your trading performance.
Italian citizens are are returning to the polls this weekend. We published a special report on the topic.
A small reminder of what happened:
In November 2011, Silvio Berlusconi is forced to resign from the Presidency of the Council. A few days later, Monti and his technocratic government are appointed by Italian president Giorgio Napolitano. Roughly one year later, in December 2012, MPs in the People of Freedom boycott the confidence vote of Monti’s government and abstain during the 2012 budget vote in the Chamber of Deputites. This leads to the dissolution of the Italian parliament. In accordance to the Italian constitution, elections must be held within a 70-day period, which is this weekend.