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Another volatile week is behind us, and the markets are now closed. Here are selected forex-related articles, all with a long term scope, for the weekend. Enjoy!

  • Michael Greenberg provides a profitability report for US brokers in Q4. This is  the  result of new regulations. Here’s my analysis about  brokers’ profitability.
  • Francesc Riverola reports about how leverage restrictions are taking their tolls on forex firms.
  • Lior Cohen explains the rising correlation between EUR/USD and oil from 1999 to 2010. Will this continue?
  • Adam Kritzer analyzes a paper from the Federal Reserve stating that the power of technical analysis is declining.
  • Larry Greenberg has a halftime report for US president  Obama, regarding GDP, inflation, and more.
  • Andriy Moraru reviews an eBook about killer patterns in forex.
  • Kathy Lien is interviewed by Jordan Goodman about her career, the market and her new book – “Little Book of Currency Trading”.
  • Casey Stubbs reviews this book by Kathy Lien.
  • Jay Norris discusses the most important factor in trading – environment.

And here are some long term articles from here:

  • How Using Market Events the Right Way Can Reap 85% Profits – a different approach to trading.
  • The Long Trend for GBP – an interesting look at the situation of Britain and the British pound.