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Monday,  04 October 2010,  04:05 GMT
Technical Trading by Nikolajs Serikovs, Analyst
Forex and Dow Jones recommended levels


October 04, 2010 GMT 03:50 EUR/USD Today’s support: - 1.3714 and 1.3678(main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.3646, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.3618. Break of the latter would result in 1.3 587. If a strong impulse, we would see 1.3568. Continuation will give 1.3533 and 1.3486. Today’s resistance: - 1.3826 and 1.3848(main). Break would give 1.3872, where a correction is possible. Then goes 1.3893. Break of the latter would result in 1.3921. If a strong impulse, we’d see 1.3944. Continuation will give 1.3969   and 1.3 993.

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Wednesday,  07 October 2009,  14:43 GMT
Forex Traders by John Robinson
7 Tips for a Great Forex Experience


Forex can be amazingly profitable, but it can also disappoint if you don’t take the necessary precautions in each and every trade. Over the years some aspects of a successful trading career have been clarified by the books and declarations of legendary traders and competent professionals well-known to the trader community. In this article, we’ll take a look at seven of their guidelines in order to give you an idea of what works and what does not in trading forex. Combine these principles with a trustworthy, competent, and reliable one among the best forex brokers, and only you can decide the limits of your success.

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Thursday,  25 June 2009,  16:13 GMT
Forex Traders by John Robinson
Trading Forex: Gambling or Analysis?


Successful forex traders are surrounded by an aura of mystery which makes them appear like magicians to some people. High leverage, high volatility, and poor understanding of the forex market’s internal dynamics lead many to believe that forex trading is just another way of gambling. This is partly reinforced by the extravagant claims in some brokers’ advertisements: Limitless riches are just around the corner, and if you dare to peek around, your life will be changed forever by what you discover. Such esoteric claims aside, forex is neither a way of gambling, nor a chance game, but it appears so to many because of the frivolous attitude of many traders to currency trading. We must all understand that the only place where a legitimate promise of unlimited riches for no work can be made is a casino.

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Friday,  19 June 2009,  07:35 GMT
Technical Trading by Nikolajs Serikovs, Analyst
Forex and Dow Jones recommended levels


June 19, 2009 GMT 07:06 EUR/USD Today’s support: - 1.3871, 1.3837 and 1.3792(main), where correction is possible. Break would give  1.3767, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.3719. Break of the latter would result in 1.3680. If a strong impulse, we would see 1.3663. Continuation will give 1.3635.   Today’s resistance:  - 1.3997 and 1.4036(main). Break would give 1.4079, where a correction is possible. Then goes 1.4126. Break of the latter would result in 1.4153. If a strong impulse, we’d see  1.4176. Continuation will give 1.4220. USD/JPY Today’s support: - 96.30, 95.82, 95.41 and 95.28(main). Break would bring 95.17, where correction is possible.

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Monday,  25 May 2009,  05:34 GMT
Technical Trading by Nikolajs Serikovs, Analyst
Forex and Dow Jones recommended levels


May 25, 2009 GMT 04:40 EUR/USD Today’s support: -  1.3950 and 1.3910(main), where correction is possible. Break would give  1.3891, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.3857. Break of the latter would result in 1.3812. If a strong impulse, we would see 1.3770. Continuation will give 1.3735.   Today’s resistance:  - 1.4075 and 1.4104(main). Break would give 1.4130, where a correction is possible. Then goes 1.4147. Break of the latter would result in 1.4172. If a strong impulse, we’d see  1.4198. Continuation will give 1.4218. USD/JPY Today’s support: - 94.02 and 93.54(main). Break would bring 93.37, where correction is possible.

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Tuesday,  15 July 2008,  08:20 GMT
ForexExpo by Igor Teslenko, PR-manager
Our activity


Well, in this paragraph, I would like to tell you about us and our activity. Our company organizes and produces a great number of international exhibitions, conferences, forums all over the world. Each event is very interesting for people who want to learn more about trading on FOREX market. The workshops and seminars at our expos (by the way, all of them are free) give each visitor a better understanding of market trend. Our forums and conferences can be very useful for professional traders as well as they can share their prof experience and find new partners from different countries. Our exhibitors are top and leader companies on FOREX market from different countries all over the world.

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Friday,  29 June 2007,  15:58 GMT
Making Bread by Anna Coulling, Currency Trader
The Forex Broker - Friend or Foe?


For traders who are new to currency trading, it can be quite a confusing experience, not least because everything seems to be FREE!! If you have come from a stock or share trading background, you will be very familiar with all the costs associated with each trade. Firstly there is the cost of receiving the data via a data feed. For realtime data this can be expensive, then there is the brokerage cost of each trade both to open and close, then there is a spread, and finally stamp duty ( a UK evil!!) Anyone trying to day trade is on a hiding to nothing! In the world of Forex, few of these costs exist. Realtime data is provided free of charge, either by the brokerage, or by one of the many good sites such as fxstreet.

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