“Changes, changes, changes” at FXstreet.com!
New navigation, new menu and new pages on our website. Why? A more logical and easy-to-use website. We’ve been studying how to improve the user experience on our website and help traders to find and access our tools and most important pages more quickly.
Our new menu looks like this:
The most important changes are:
1. Economic Calendar
The Economic Calendar is now a point on the main menu. The Fundamental section disappears.
We’ve also created a “Countries” page where you can browse all economies that are covered in our economic calendar. These pages contain basic data about the country, graphs with the economic releases and currency pairs.
The World Interest Rates table will still be available on our website but under the Economic Calendar section.
The Technical section is maintained but sees its content profoundly changed: it will contain the Currencies-at-a-Glance tool (now called “Currencies“) and the My Studies dashboard with their customizable widgets.
A new section is created: “Analysis“. It gathers all the reports published on our website by our own team and by all our external contributors. The reports will be classified in different categories: Macroeconomics, Technical Analysis and Trading Ideas. There will also be two new subsections for some of our most popular tools: the Current Trading Positions table and the Experts Forecast Currencies Poll.
Finally, the Platforms section is not on the menu anymore: it will be available under the Brokers section. This page offer a list of Expert Advisors and Technical Indicators to be integrated on trading platforms.
In Spanish we say: “Renovarse o morir”… Dying is not an option. We’ve decided to change… just like David Bowie sang