A crazy week in currency trading has come to an end. The markets are now closed, and it’s time to sit back and enjoy some long term forex related articles for the weekend. Here are my picks. Enjoy!
- Kathy Lien dives into the intervention in the yen in a historic perspective, and wonders if it’s a one time wonder.
- Larry Greenberg explains how the US current account deficit was funded, and what it means for the dollar.
- Andriy Miraru features a poll asking which forex indicators you use. The results are interesting.
- Adam Kritzer has a wide look on the British pound, and sees it gradually ascending.
- Lior Cohen discusses the prices of natural gas, and how they are leveling out.
- Michael Greenberg reports that the huge stock broker E*Trade launches its own social network, and compares this to forex brokers’ networks.
- Francesc Riverola challenges you to test your forex knowledge.
- James Woodley tells the story of how he evolved as a forex trader.
- Casey Stubbs presents rules to trade candlestick patterns.
And here are some long term recommended reads on Forex Crunch:
- The yen undercurrents – Explains the forces moving the Japanese yen.
- Will the Euro Eventually Suffer from the Rate Hike? – The talks about hiking the rate in the Euro-zone have pushed the Euro higher, but this could backfire. Learn why.
- Forex Market Interview with Quantitative Strategist, David Rodriguez from DailyFX – Rodriguez provides answers to 5 important fundamental questions.
That’s it. Have a great weekend!Get the 5 most predictable currency pairs