It’s been a very busy week, especially if you’ve been trading EUR/USD. The markets are now closed, and some of you are enjoying a long Thanksgiving weekend. Here are some interesting long term forex related articles for you to crunch. Enjoy!
- Kathy Lien notes that some not-so-safe countries are now more credit worthy than Portugal and Spain.
- Macro Man analyzes the mess in Europe in an article title “The Beginning of the END”
- Adam Kritzer sees more room for rises in emerging market currencies.
- Izabella Kaminska examines the rising yields of Spanish bonds and sees a liquidity crunch coming.
- Jay Norris analyzes quantitative easing, the dollar and behavioral trading.
- AshFX analyzes new features in FXStat and sees it’s becoming a clone of MyFXBook.
- Casey Stubbs presents forex range trading in an educational video.
- Francesc Riverola announces that FXStreet news highlights will be included in Netdania’s news applet. Interesting cooperation indeed.
- Andriy reports that forex popularity is growing slowly.
Here’s a recap of selected long-term articles on Forex Crunch this week:
- Forex portfolio growth with volatility – the action in Europe helped grow the forex investment portfolio.
- Outstanding jobless claims – sign for next week’s NFP.
- Your broker is not your enemy – it’s always easy to blame the broker…
- Risk control feature on Tradency.
- Is Spain too big to bail? – Rising yields show that the focus will soon move to Spain.
Surprisingly, an article on the sidelines of forex trading, about the rumored death of Kim Jung Il, was one of the most popular this week. Go figure…Get the 5 most predictable currency pairs