FXBeat: FXstreet’s new forex news service with Jamie Coleman
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FXBeat: FXstreet’s new forex news service with Jamie Coleman

Jamie Coleman and Gerry Davies found a new home at FXstreet. The large forex portal launches a new news services called FXBeat.

Highly experienced Jamie Coleman and Gerry Davies founded Forex Live and ran it for several years. They then started FXBriefs, and now they found a new home: FXstreet. They separate the wheat from the chaff in and also add quite a lot of spice and fun.

I am personally very happy to see the good people of FXstreet collaborate with the fine gentlemen Jamie Coleman and Gerry Davies. I have followed these guys closely on their two previous ventures and met Coleman in person. Forex Crunch has a wide and successful collaboration with FXstreet, So, I am sure this match will be very successful.

Here is the official press release:

Barcelona, October 15th, 2013 “” FXstreet.com, the Forex information website, is extremely excited and proud to announce the launch of FXBeat, a news and commentary feed conducted by Jamie Coleman and Gerry Davies, the analysts behind Forex Live and FXBriefs. By adding this service to its already powerful arsenal of resources, FXstreet.com strengthens its position as the website of reference in the Foreign Exchange Market.

Jamie Coleman and Gerry Davies and their team have been market participants and professional market observers for decades. As former traders at some of the world’s largest banks, and analysts at some of the market’s most respected firms, they combine experience and judgement to help traders navigate the global FX markets.

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The authors of the feed are known for their ability to distill vast amounts of market data into easy to follow commentary in real time, their entertaining writing style, and their ability to attract large audiences of both retail and institutional traders. Their recognizable and inimitable style will be kept intact on FXstreet.com, getting into the news before the rest of the media, and helping traders define the themes that will evolve into market trends. Around 80 pieces of news will be published every day, with a minimum of 50 pieces when activity in the market is low.

The FXBeat feed informs and comment on events first, in a fast and fun way. It differentiates from a newswire as their producers are not objectively describing the market but giving their esteemed perspective into what is important and what is not. In doing so, they often make fun of the markets illustrating a point with a whimsical graphic or a YouTube video. They pioneered the format, dating back to 2007, and now they join FXstreet in order to combine both team’s strengths.

“I’ve always regarded FXstreet.com as the premier foreign exchange information portal, and I’m very excited to now be part of the family. Looking forward to a long and fruitful association”, said Gerry Davies about the collaboration. Jamie Coleman also expressed his joy: ‘We’re delighted to be joining forces with FX Street to expose our insightful forex analysis to the widest possible audience. The combination of our analytical strengths along with FXstreet.com’s powerful trading tools will be a must-have for active traders.”

Carolina May, CEO of FXstreet.com, underlined the opportunity this agreement represents for the community of traders FXstreet.com is dedicated to: “Jamie Coleman, Gerry Davis and their team have the great ability to produce down-to-earth, straight to the point analysis of the market movers. This will be a great addition to all the resources we are constantly trying to offer to the industry, from retail to institutional traders. We are really happy to have them on board and hope this will reinforce our growth.”

FXBeat can be found at www.fxstreet.com/news/fxbeat and will also be available for brokers or financial institutions and portals that want to offer it to their customers.


Yohay Elam

Yohay Elam

Yohay Elam: Founder, Writer and Editor I have been into forex trading for over 5 years, and I share the experience that I have and the knowledge that I've accumulated. After taking a short course about forex. Like many forex traders, I've earned a significant share of my knowledge the hard way. Macroeconomics, the impact of news on the ever-moving currency markets and trading psychology have always fascinated me. Before founding Forex Crunch, I've worked as a programmer in various hi-tech companies. I have a B. Sc. in Computer Science from Ben Gurion University. Given this background, forex software has a relatively bigger share in the posts.