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In the world of trading, you have to be ahead if you want to have the potential to succeed. If you interview successful traders or investors in the Forex market, they will undoubtedly highlight their audacity, ability and knowledge of how to predict the future price action in the Forex market.
But what must be remembered to answer the question?
Above all, you should know that Forex is a decentralized and global market for currency trading. It's the largest market in the world, dealing with trillions of dollars worth of transactions every day. Notable players are central banks, hedge funds, governments, trading companies, investment institutions, global corporations and, of course, retail brokers and traders.
To predict price movements in the market, we recognize that a trader needs to have a thorough understanding of the factors that can influence future movements in the exchange rate of a currency. And to succeed, remember that there is no prediction formula. In the ultimate forex, it all depends on your skills, your experiences and your commitments to succeed.
There are factors you need to understand to predict well. For example, they are: Economic Growth, Recessions, Geopolitics…
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Good job! :))

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owltrade 1 June

Good luck

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Yonggi7 1 June

Thank you my friends for your kind attention ! on my article! Be blessed! I wish good trading for all of you in this new month!

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Muy bueno!

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Leonko 22 June

It's very interest for me!

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Para la mayoría de traders que empiezan en Forex y para algunos veteranos el "London Fix" es un gran desconocido , últimamente tras unas investigaciones de una posible colusion entre algunos de los principales bancos que operan en forex se ha hecho famoso, la mayoría de retail traders desconoce de que se trata o como funciona, por lo que en este articulo voy a intentar explicar que es,porque tiene tanta importancia y como afecta al trading en forex ,todos los traders tendríamos que conocer estos datos ,ya que puede afectar a nuestros resultados en el trading.El articulo se desarrolla en formato de Q&A para que muestre un formato mas abierto y de lugar a otras opiniones que espero que mostréis en los comentarios.
Es el tipo de cambio de referencia que se establece todos los días a las 4 pm de Londres para las 21 divisas principales, popularmente es conocido como la fijación de Londres pero su nombre real es WM/Reuters benchmark rates , este tipo de cambio de referencia es realizado por las empresas World Markets y Thomson Reuters, para ello durante una ventana de 5 minutos , 2 minutos 30 segundos antes y 2 minutos 30 segundos después de las 4pm de Londres…
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Thank !!!

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Olga18375 26 Apr.

Good job! Thanks for that!

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Sveetlana 29 Apr.

good article. thank you

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Faster 4 May

very good

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varunk80 30 May

goo job!

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According to Wikipedia, An emerging market “is a country that has some characteristics of a developed market, but does not meet standards to be a developed market.”
Emerging markets have been described in many ways:
  • In 1999, Dr. Vladimir Kvint, a renowned economist and strategist, defined an emerging market country as "a society transitioning from a dictatorship to a free-market-oriented-economy, with increasing economic freedom, gradual integration with the Global Marketplace and with other members of the GEM (Global Emerging Market), an expanding middle class, improving standards of living, social stability and tolerance, as well as an increase in cooperation with multilateral institutions".

  • The Center for Knowledge Societies (CKS Consulting Pvt. Ltd.) a design and innovation consultancy, in its 2008 emerging economy report described emerging markets as "regions of the world that are experiencing rapid informationalization under conditions of limited or partial industrialization."

The common denominator in both definitions is that emerging markets are rapidly expanding markets that are not fully developed. The ten largest emerging markets in the world are: Argentina, Brazil, C…
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alias1980 29 Feb.

very interesting and useful!

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Good job!

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art_Alena 15 Mar.

very good job!

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В последнее время стало модным писать о конкурсе фундаментального анализа, поэтому хочу вставить свои «5 копеек». Многие участники сообщества периодически высказывают предположение, что временной промежуток в 10 минут слишком мал, чтобы в полной мере повлиять на движение соответствующей валютной пары.
В этой статье приведены результаты небольшого исследования, призванного выяснить - так ли это на самом деле?
Особенности подбора данных для исследования
Вначале из экономического календаря были взяты наиболее значимые события за 2016 г.
Затем изъяты следующие типы новостей:
  • Новости, эффект которых нельзя измерить математически или не дающие мгновенного влияния на валютные пары (выступления глав центробанков, финансовых чиновников, протоколы заседаний комиссий по денежно-кредитной политике и т.п.);
  • События, актуальные значения которых совпали с прогнозами аналитиков (в основном, процентные ставки, ВВП, различные индексы инфляции);
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Nihad 29 Feb.

@Olkiss The whole idea is just like the PMI can tell us, that the future for GBPNZD is up, so can your analysis

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Nihad 29 Feb.

Olkiss70  I hope you get my idea, but please take this idea of yours one step higher, to a LEADING DIRECTION indicator, where news only reveal the intentions of the big market players.

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Olkiss70 29 Feb.

thank you, Nihad... my english is not good enough to understand everything you wrote ))  I will read it again later

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Nihad 29 Feb.

Olkiss70 I just thought these comments would help for now :), tomorrow is another day :) WINK, good luck buddy

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Olkiss70 29 Feb.

thank you, Nihad :)

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Currency traders are divided into two groups by their method of analysis; there are technical traders and fundamental traders. There is a lot of debate about which approach is better; and even though both sides have merits, the need to understand the fundamentals behind a currency cannot be over-emphasized.
Fundamental traders have an edge over technical traders; this is because they understand how economic policies affect economies. The performance of an economy in turn affects its currency. What the fundamental traders do not know however, is when the effect of the policies will take place. This is where Technical traders have the advantage; they are pure skeptics and trade only what they see. A technical trader will not take a short position on the EURUSD because the European Central Bank is planning a massive Quantitative Easing (QE) program; rather the trader waits till the move is confirmed or until a major support is broken.
Having a Fundamental Bias
It is necessary to have a trading bias before beginning any trading activity, and this bias should be based on strong fundamental information. Currencies fluctuate, but their fluctuations are anything but random. Their fluctuat…
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JuliaBF 19 Feb.

Well done! Very detailed and informative! Wish you the best of luck))

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Nice work!

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TaniaMilan 19 Feb.

good job

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Mariia 20 Feb.

Nice work!!!!Good luck!!!!

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fr33m4n 27 Feb.

The Qe has been very bad for the euro

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In my previous article, I outlined the key themes overriding the FX markets for the beginning and covered a few currencies. In this piece I will look at the remaining currencies.
AUD outlook
The Aussie is possibly one of the most interesting currencies to watch throughout 2015. With so much going on, the AUD stands to have quite a volatile year.
Many of the key drivers of the AUD are expected to have sizeable shifts next year such as US interest rates, or Chinese growth and given so many variables it will be very difficult to have a prediction for the AUDUSD in 1 year time.
Negative factors for the year ahead are as such. Looking at the 5 year real yield, we can see a strong and tight fit to the AUDUSD
With higher US rates, and higher market risks (and volatility), the AUD's yield pick-up becomes less and less attractive.
Furthermore, Weak Chinese demand has led to far far lower demand in the construction sector in the domestic economy. This can be clearly reflected in the decline in Iron ore prices (below) which are down some 40% in 2014 and has a less than promising outlook for 2015.
However it's not all bad for the Aussie. Lets consider for a minute we are a large (non-US) real …
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Good Job

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