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It’s Christmas time in the Western world, and a time of holidays. During this long weekend, it’s time for some long-term forex related articles. Here are my picks. Enjoy!

  • James Woodley brings his most popular posts for 2010. Here are the most popular posts on Forex Crunch.
  • Mark Thomas, on Casey’s site, provides the second part of profiting from a price action study.
  • James Chen reviews the year in price action – which currencies were strong than others?
  • Kathy Lien asks if Santa Claus can help the Euro, looking back at the past ten years.
  • Larry Greenberg dives into the multi-decade bull market in fixed income securities.
  • Trading NRG examines the tightening of gold and silver prices.
  • Andriy reviews a new book by Thomas DeMark, called “The New Science of Technical Analysis”.
  • Michael Greenberg reports that US brokers will have to submit daily trading reports. More transparency – at least before regulators.
  • Francesc Riverola lists Standard Chartered 8 big forex trades for 2011.
  • Adam Kritzer analyzes the recent IPO’s of Gain and FXCM.

Here are the past week’s long term articles published here in Forex Crunch:

  • 20 Forex Sites to thank and recommend – Apart from the top 10 blogs, there are many other sites which I’ve collaborated with and wish to thank and recommend.
  • 10 Most Popular Posts in 2010 – A list of the hottest long term articles this year.
  • Trade Gold Binary Options – Binary options are good also for gold, not only currencies.

That’s it. Enjoy the holidays!