After an exciting week, especially for the Euro and the Aussie, the markets are now closed for the weekend. It’s time to sit back and enjoy some long term forex related reads, to enrich your knowledge. Enjoy!
- Kathy Lien examines changes in the rate hike expectations – an important factor driving currencies.
- Larry Greenberg analyzes the British budget and its implications for the pound in the long term.
- Adam Kritzer compares the fates of the Euro and the pound and sees them quite tied.
- Lior Cohen analyzes the oil to gas ratio and its implication for prices of crude oil.
- Andriy Miraru reports that MetaQuotes tweaks its MT5 Strategy Tester.
- James Woodley examines the main differences between forex trading and share trading – explains all the good reasons of why we are here.
- Sophia Todorova, on Casey’s site, talks about what you should do when the market has changed.
- Jay Norris discusses a question that bothers many traders: how often should you trade?
- Checking Account outlines the history of banking from the Greek era to our modern forex systems.
- Michael Greenberg analyzes the forex retail volume report of the Aite Group, and says it makes no sense.
- Francesc Riverola reports about a seminar dedicated to the Crown Forex saga and its implications for the future.
Here are some long term articles published this week on Forex Crunch:
- The Aussie: down but never out – About the recovery of the Aussie which continues higher.
- GOLD Ready To Gain Towards 1460 – Elliott Wave Analysis of the precious metal which resumes its uptrend.