Our list of Forex brokers’ articles aims to cover issues that both new and professional traders tend to experience. We get a lot of emails on issues relating to Forex brokers from traders all over the world so we will aim to cover most of them in this section. Our articles are comprehensive and straight to the point ensuring that all issues are resolved or answered.
The murky world of Forex brokers can be confusing and sometimes even frustrating. Whether you are choosing a new broker or replacing your current one, the process can sometimes be quite hard. To add to the mix, there are also hundreds of marketing campaigns around that claim to offer the best platform and the best deals which can make things a lot more confusing. This is why our articles will attack and simplify frequent issues of this kind to ensure our readers are always knowledgeable and aware of mistakes that can easily be made. We also provide educational content that allows traders to operate their trading platform to its full potential.
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The week ahead will test the mettle of holiday trading conditions. The US Thanksgiving holiday is a well-known curb on turnover in global markets which naturally breaks up speculative momentum. However, the abundance of systemic thematic threats (trade wars, Brexit, Italy’s budget) and 2018’s predilection for volatility could make this an unnerving holiday.
The political backdrop looks bleak for the UK as PM May struggles to bring her party together to support her Brexit plans. Italy yet again defy the European Commission and stick to its big spending budget plan
The ECB’s account of the October meeting may undermine the recent advance in EUR/USD as the Governing Council remains in no rush to normalize monetary policy.