The markets are now closed, and it’s time for some forex articles with a larger scope, for the weekend’s reads. Here’s a roundup of selected pieces from around the web:
- Jakob publishes 7 great tips and tricks for forex traders – this is a collaborative effort I’ve been part of.
- Kathy Lien analyzes the triangle between China, Japan and the US, and the impact on currencies.
- James Chen provides a long term analysis for gold prices.
- Lior Cohen examines the significant gap between Brent and WTI oil prices.
- James Woodley provides a complete guide for forex education.
- Andriy Miraru has an interesting poll about traders getting scammed by brokers. The methods vary.
- Casey Stubbs explains support and resistance.
- Adam Kritzer discusses the correlation between volatility and the movement of currencies.
- Jay Norris writes about trading the yen pairs, and asks to keep it simple.
- Michael Greenberg reports that yet another big US broker, FXDD, has been slapped with a class action suit.
- Francesc Riverola shows that only one of the 14 unregistered US brokers that was sued by the CFTC has responded to the claims. The others didn’t respond.
Here are some long term articles published on Forex Crunch this week:
- Dollar Index: Weekly Spike Reversal – An Elliott Wave analysis of the big picture.
- The Only Simple Hedge in Forex: Incorporating Binary Options as a Hedge – an alternative to traditional methods.
- Money in Motion Currency Trading Sponsored by FXCM – Forex trading is on CNBC.
- A Hedge to the Dreaded Rally Reversal – I guess the headline says it all.