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Forex Best Awards 2011 – FXStreet

Leading forex portal FXStreet has an annual awards events in 12 different categories – all are contributors to their site. I’m honored that Forex Crunch is nominated in 2 categories – both in the best fundamental analysis category and in the best new contributor category.

The winners will be determined according to viewers’ votes. Voting will be open February 5-16. I’ll be more than happy if you could vote for Forex Crunch. The survey will be available on every page of  FXStreet.com from this Friday. In the meantime, you can check all the nominees with their corresponding link  here.Forex Best Awards

Here are more details and all the candidates:

Barcelona “” February, 2th 2011 “” FXstreet.com will organize its first edition of the Forex Best

Awards which will highlight the best content and experts of the Forex English-speaking market in  2010.

The nominees have been selected by the FXstreet.com contents team for their quality and popularity on the website. Twelve categories and a total of more than 35 pieces of content as  well as 60 different contributors have been chosen. The vote for the best of each category will be given to FXstreet.com’s users.

The survey will be available on every page of FXstreet.com website (https://www.fxstreet.com) and also on FXstreet.com’s Facebook page at  http://www.facebook.com/FXstreet

Votes will be open from February 5th, 2011 until February 16th. Participants can choose only one nominee by category and can decide to skip some categories if they wish. Results will be announced mid-February.

The nominees list is as follows:

1. Best Fundamental Analysis

  • “Merk Insights” by Merk Hard Currency Fund
  • “Top Fundamental Stories” by ecPulse.com
  • “Live Daily Forecast” by AllThingsForex
  • “Thoughts on the global economy and FX markets” by Econometer.org
  • “Forex Weekly Outlook” by Forex Crunch

2. Best Technical Analysis

  • “Special Focus” by FXTechstrategy
  • “Forex Market Alerts” by FXMarketAlerts
  • “Majors Support and Resistance Analysis” by PivotFarm
  • “Daily Expectations – Majors” by Precise Trader
  • “Experts Forecast Currencies Poll” by FXstreet.com Team
  • “Currency Majors Technical Perspective” by Valeria Bednarik and Alberto Muñoz
  • “Daily Technical Update” by FX Times

3. Best Banking Research Team

  • Danske Bank Research Team KBC Bank Research Desk
  • Mizuho Corporate Bank – Nicole Elliott
  • BHF-Bank Economics Department
  • Unicredit Research Team
  • Wells Fargo Research Team
  • National Bank of Canada Economic and Strategic Team

4. Best Broker Research Team

  • MIG Bank – Bill Hubard and Howard Friend
  • FX Solutions – James Chen and Joseph Trevisani
  • DailyFX Research team
  • World First UK Ltd – Alex Sullivan and Jeremy Cook
  • ACM (Advanced Currency Markets) – Peter Rosenstreich
  • Windsor Brokers – Slobodan Drvenica
  • Interactive Brokers LLC – Andrew Wilkinson
  • Deltastocks – César Leiceaga and Stoyan Mihaylov
  • PFGBest – Paul Kavanaugh and Phil Flynn

5. Best Educational Content

  • “Learn What to Pay Attention to and How Things Work in the FX Market”, E-book by Chris  Capre
  • “10 Basic Forex Lessons”, Series by Andrei Knight
  • “Forex Trading Strategy”, Weekly piece by Boris Schlossberg
  • “Lessons From the Pros”, Weekly piece by Sam Seiden at Online Trading Academy
  • “Technical Analysis explained – The Gap theory applied on unsustainable movements in
  • EUR/USD”, Article by TfiFX
  • “What the New CFTC Rules Will Mean”, Video analysis by LearningMarkets.com

6. Best Educator

  • Adam Rosen Andrei Knight Chris Capre Derek Frey
  • Dr S. Sivaraman
  • Ed Ponsi
  • Ian Coleman
  • James Chen
  • Joseph Trevisani Mihai Marinescu Mike Baghdady Phil Newton
  • Rob Booker
  • Sam Seiden Valeria Bednarik Wayne McDonell

7. Best Webinar

  • “Trade Non-Farm Payrolls LIVE – 50th Edition” by Wayne McDonell
  • “Identifying High Probability Turning Points” by Sam Seiden
  • “Advanced Price Action Trading” by Chris Capre
  • “The 1-2-3 Chart Pattern” by Sunil Mangwani
  • “My Trading System (10 chapters series)” by Dr S.Sivaraman
  • “An introduction to Price Behaviour” (4 chapters series) by Mike Baghdady

8. Best Book

  • “Essentials of Technical Analysis for Financial Markets” by James Chen
  • “Forex Analysis and Trading” by T. J. Marta & Joseph Brusuelas
  • “The Ed Ponsi Forex Playbook” by Ed Ponsi
  • “The FX Bootcamp Guide” by Wayne McDonell
  • “Bird Watching in Lion Country Edition 2010” by Dirk du Toît
  • “Volatility Illuminated” by Mark Whistler
  • “Making Money in Forex” by Ryan O’Keefe

9. Best Magazine

  • Your Trading Edge
  • SFO
  • FX Trader Magazine

10. Best Blogger

  • Wayne McDonell: FxBootcamp
  • Raghee Horner: Chartology
  • Dr. S. Sivaraman: FX Market Readings
  • James Chen: FX Path
  • Ross Yamashita: The Trader’s Edge
  • Ron Schelling: ForexHedge
  • César B. Leiceaga: Tech Trading Ian Coleman: The Samurai Trader Mike Baghdady: Training Traders
  • Greg Michalowski: The FX Trader’s Link
  • Francesc Riverola: CEO’s Weblog
  • Valeria Bednarik:The Advisor Weblog

11. Best Metatrader Addon

  • Sweet Spot Extreme by Safari Traders
  • Knight CandleWatcher by fxKnight.com
  • TUI indicator by AulaForex
  • 100 pips a day by Metaquotes
  • BreakOut PANCA Indicator by Hapalkos
  • Forex Grid Master by James King

12. Best New Contributor

  • FXTimes
  • Forex Crunch
  • AroundFX
  • BKForexAdvisors
  • Compass Global Markets
  • Forex Stop Hunter

Yohay Elam

Yohay Elam

Yohay Elam: Founder, Writer and Editor I have been into forex trading for over 5 years, and I share the experience that I have and the knowledge that I've accumulated. After taking a short course about forex. Like many forex traders, I've earned a significant share of my knowledge the hard way. Macroeconomics, the impact of news on the ever-moving currency markets and trading psychology have always fascinated me. Before founding Forex Crunch, I've worked as a programmer in various hi-tech companies. I have a B. Sc. in Computer Science from Ben Gurion University. Given this background, forex software has a relatively bigger share in the posts.