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Where to Find the Fastest Forex News Feed?
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fantasykid

Member Since Dec 23, 2010  13 posts fantasykid Apr 08 2011 at 07:51
Just wondering where everybody gets there news feeds from. If any one place is quicker than the other?
DaliyFx
Myfxbook
reuters
ect....

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horse1bun

Member Since Jul 23, 2010  70 posts Del (horse1bun) Apr 11 2011 at 20:34
some other good news is
fxstreet dot com
zero hedge dot com
atnabtu dot com

also dukascopy dot com has a good news video channel, and great tools like liquidity provider sentiment
also oanda has good tools like the open positions summary.

just some of my favorites, but I think a lot of people are using twitter feeds for fast news developments

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fantasykid

Member Since Dec 23, 2010  13 posts fantasykid Apr 12 2011 at 06:19
I think that every website is at least 10 to 15 minutes behind the pip strikes that happen. I thought i saw somewhere, where you could get on the spot news as fast as the pros do? Maybe we are not able to as retail forex people. I don't know I just hate getting nailed on small pip spikes based on something that was not posted or was but 10 minutes to late. Any thoughts anybody?

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horse1bun

Member Since Jul 23, 2010  70 posts Del (horse1bun) Apr 13 2011 at 02:10
yea i know what you mean, like euro dropping 100 pips then you find out after the move happens that Portugal's bond rating was lowered. or china raised interest rates spontaneously, etc...
and then when the move is happening and I know something is going on, I can't seem to find out what the market is reacting to until the banks etc... move the market past a point where i could have profited from the info, then it's a news story... really annoying

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Beverley

Member Since Apr 14, 2011  19 posts Beverley Hurlimann (Beverley) May 06 2011 at 06:20
Try subscribing to Trade the News, this is pretty quick and we use it on all news trading.
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ttfx

Member Since May 30, 2010  23 posts Tom (ttfx) May 21 2011 at 20:35
Try https://www.forexlive.com, get the Feed Notifier freeware (RSS tray reader), configure for their RSS feed and set it to update every 1 minute. News will pop with only slight delay compared to paid services.

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tigpips

Member Since Jun 09, 2011  186 posts tigpips Jun 09 2011 at 08:59
Is there any MT4 indicators for that or EA? to read news feed on the platform itself?

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Alanfx1

Member Since Aug 01, 2010  104 posts Alanfx1 Jun 09 2011 at 10:56
To me the Economic calendar here at Myfxbook is doing fine.

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TheCyclist

Member Since Feb 07, 2011  724 posts PipGnostic (TheCyclist) Jun 09 2011 at 11:13 (edited Jun 09 2011 at 11:14 )
https://atnabtu.com/

And also ibfx supplies Dow Jones news in platform, Oanda has a java news feed and the site above......just open demo's....

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tigpips

Member Since Jun 09, 2011  186 posts tigpips Jun 11 2011 at 19:14
bloomberg or the fastest probably would be reuters

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