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The exciting week of forex trading is behind us, and the markets are now closed. It’s now time for some long term articles, all forex related of course. Here are my picks:

  • Adam Kritzer sees a correction for the Japanese yen in 2011.
  • Kathy Lien analyzes the Portuguese crisis, which is still not over, and sees when it can erupt.
  • Lior Cohen analyzes gold prices in 2010 and provides an outlook for 2011.
  • Larry Greenberg discusses growth in the US and how it moves the dollar.
  • Macro Man has 5 NON predictions for currency pairs in 2011.
  • Andriy Moraru explains how to extrapolate forex curves using linear algebra methods.
  • Casey Stubbs reflects on a trading mistake he made.
  • Michael Greenberg reports about a new forex portal, by forex broker FXDD.
  • Arnaud Jeulin summarizes December in the forex industry, which was a weak month. January is definitely good.
  • Francesc Riverola brings an interview with Lars Christensen, Co-CEO of Saxo Bank, which reflects on the crisis.
  • James Woodley discusses the forex secrets of full-time trader Joe Atkins.

And a last one from Forex Crunch – a guest post about what we can learn from making 50 quick pips off the NFP.

Have a great weekend!