We are very excited to announce that two new speakers will now be teachers of our Premium Webinars service! They both have extended experience as traders in the currency markets and as educators.
Elizabeth Beluguina / Head Analyst – FBS
Trader and analyst with more than 6 years of financial markets experience, Elizabeth Beluguina relies on her technical skills but always combines technical analysis with a thorough review of the fundamental picture. She is a frequent host of seminars and webinars on currency, commodity and stock trading. Check all her content on FXStreet
Continue reading Elizabeth Beluguina and Zaheer Anwari, new Premium speakers
As every Wednesday, Joseph Trevisani will present an edition of his series of interviews called “Market Directions” with the most experienced analysts, educators, technicians and traders of the currency market.
This week, Joseph Trevisani’s guest is Valeria Bednarik, Chief Analyst at FXStreet. You can register now!
Continue reading Joseph Trevisani interviews Valeria Bednarik
At FXStreet, we want to invite you to very special live panels, two panels that all Forex traders should attend to understand the upcoming trading year. Plus: they are free events!
Continue reading Forecast 2017: Live Video Special Panels
As November 8th gets closer and closer, the United States is up and ready to make a decision that might change history and for sure, it will affect to currencies and global markets. The countdown to Elections is on and at FXStreet we want to offer you the best quality information for the big day on real-time.
After 8 years as the President of the U.S, Barack Obama farewells the White House to make way to the new candidate. Who will win the U.S Elections? With FXStreet, you will.
Continue reading The U.S Election Day is here – FXStreet’s coverage
Ed Ponsi is recognized worldwide for his work as a trader and educator. Managing Director of Barchetta Capital Management and President of FXEducator, Ponsi has been part of FXStreet since 2006 as one of our Premium speakers.
In this interview, he explains us a bit more about himself and his Webinar about his new book called “Technical Analysis and Chart Interpretations”. Remember, watch Ed Ponsi‘s Stop losing money with technical analysis Open Webinar on October 4 at 13:00 GMT. Continue reading Meet the Live Video Speaker Ed Ponsi
On Wednesday the Federal Reserve will meet once again to propose new choices that might affect the global economy. The Interest Rate decision is one of the main points to discuss which it has become one of the most wanted data to financial markets.
As a Forex trader, you might be asking yourself: what effect does it have on currencies and my trading strategy? If so, keep reading.
Continue reading The Fed faces new decisions – FXStreet’s coverage
Every first Friday of the month, the US Non-Farm Payrolls is scheduled to release the most important data about the currencies moves where markets are more volatile than any other news event. The US Jobs Report outlines the health of the US economy and central banks, which in consequence it means everyone on the planet is impacted by NFP.
And once again, on Friday the date will arrive to our calendars.
Continue reading Get ready for the NFP report with Valeria Bednarik
On Thursday an important referendum will take place in the UK to decide if Britain will leave or remain in the European Union. The so-called “Brexit” – a word that combines Britain and exit – is the possible outcome of a referendum where UK citizens will decide what they want to do with their country.
In words of Prime Minister David Cameron: “It is time for the British people to have their say. It is time to settle this European question in British politics.”
Some citizens think that Britain is being held back by the EU, which they say enforces hard rules on business and charges billions of pounds fees. David Cameron defends the idea of staying in the EU. Big business companies stand as well stand up to stay in the European Union because it’s easier to move money and products beyond British borders.
As a Forex trader, you might wonder: what effect does the referendum have (and will have) on the Pound, the Euro and other currencies?
Continue reading The vote over Brexit is almost here – FXStreet’s coverage
We’d like to share some news about our Live Video channel with you today.
If you are a regular of our Live Video channel, you know that Dale Pinkert has been a pillar of this project that started in June 2013 with the “Live Analysis Room“. Since then, Dale has been every day on his show, for two hours, providing market analysis, helping our community of traders and interviewing tens of markets professionals. After many shows and months of constant commitment to FXStreet’s community, Dale Pinkert decided to put an end to his popular show. We wish him the best in his future endeavours: a skilled trader and veteran of the markets as Dale will surely find great projects to work on and keep helping others.
News and Economic Data coverages
Since last month, our Non-Farm Payrolls coverages are hosted by Wayne McDonell on Youtube. This 3-hour event has been offered by FXStreet for 10 years now … first as a chat session, then on different software as webinars and now as a show on Youtube live. Continue reading Live Video: Thanks to Dale and New shows
After Valeria Bednarik and Ashraf Laidi yesterday, today we present you the other two panelists of our Forex Forecast 2016, Adam Button and Boris Schlossberg. Our event will take place this Friday, December 18th, at 14 GMT / 9 am EST. REGISTER FOR OUR FREE EVENT!
The ForexLive guy, Adam Button
Adam Button leads the ForexLive team, as President, Managing Director and Chief Currency Analyst. He was previously the chief currency strategist at XForex and also works with Intermarket Strategy. Adam believes there’s an edge in knowing every tidbit of news. He was formerly the head of the markets team at the Canadian Economic Press and is a graduate of Ryerson University. He lives in Montreal. Continue reading Adam Button and Boris Schlossberg, our other two panelists for the Forex Forecast 2015