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Where to Find the Fastest Forex News Feed?

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

Quick in..... Quick out!!! I don't bite I scalp!!!
Del (horse1bun)
Apr 11 2011 at 20:34
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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

go with the flow; just be on the right end of the wave
fantasykid
Apr 12 2011 at 06:19
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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?

Quick in..... Quick out!!! I don't bite I scalp!!!
Del (horse1bun)
Apr 13 2011 at 02:10
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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

go with the flow; just be on the right end of the wave
Beverley Hurlimann (Beverley)
May 06 2011 at 06:20
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Try subscribing to Trade the News, this is pretty quick and we use it on all news trading.
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cut your losses short and let your profits run
Tom
ttfx
May 21 2011 at 20:35
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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.

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

http://www.freeforexrebates .info
Alanfx1
Jun 09 2011 at 10:56
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To me the Economic calendar here at Myfxbook is doing fine.

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TheCyclist
Jun 09 2011 at 11:13
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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....

tigpips
Jun 11 2011 at 19:14
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bloomberg or the fastest probably would be reuters

http://www.freeforexrebates .info
fendifx
Jun 15 2011 at 09:54
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I use forexfactory, i think they are timely because of the time the news comes out, give it a try....

SarahStone
Aug 24 2011 at 12:16
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Good topic, I am using the mt4 terminal's news, but it is very slow, i will try all sites you recommended, thanks!

James_Bond
Aug 25 2011 at 08:21
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fendifx posted:
    I use forexfactory, i think they are timely because of the time the news comes out, give it a try....


I'm using Myfxbook's news https://www.myfxbook.com/streaming-forex-news
Forexfactory's news are based on user submissions which are moderated, so they are posted with quite a delay.

fxtom
Aug 25 2011 at 12:45
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i use sites below daily :

bloomberg
yahoo finance
fxstreet
forexsq

Fahadalani
Sep 14 2012 at 13:20
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I've been using https://rtsquawk.com/ and they are really doing good job getting the news fast and also it's free and auto update.

Kaloyan
Sep 29 2012 at 11:36
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I like to use bloomberg, the oanda fx feed is also pretty good.

Repco
Sep 29 2012 at 16:05
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MNI Bullets, Bloomberg Terminal, Dow Jones Newswire...
MNI Bullets tells you the trade level...(Major buyers and sellers from dealer)

gvijohn1
Mar 05 2014 at 16:18
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The institutional services: Bloomberg, Reuters and /Dow Jones are mostly too expensive for the retail trader

The best two services I know for the retail trader are Trade the News and Talking Forex.

You can get talking forex for free on global-view but it has a 10-15min delay or you can pay them GBP 20/mo. They provide both text and a voice box. Both services use the top institutional news services as their sources. So they are both a good deal. I subscribe to both.and have for years.

Keep in mind the algos get the data nano-seconds after the release times so they can get in AND out before you have even seen the news.

Forex21
Mar 14 2014 at 09:34
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fantasykid posted:
Just wondering where everybody gets there news feeds from. If any one place is quicker than the other?
DaliyFx
Myfxbook
reuters
ect....


Paid fees such as Reuters, Bloomberg or Alpha Flash are the best when it comes to quality and speed. However, as others already mentioned, they are not affordable for all retail traders. If you look for a web based (free) feed, ForexFactory and MyFxBook offer the best solutions. The ForexFactory calendar includes lots of additional information, which is great for research but does not automatically update. The MyFxBook calendar updates automatically but offers less background information.

Another solution is to use a news reader for MT4. The advantage is that you receive all the news in real time directly on your trading platform. Here is a screenshot where you can see how our news reader looks like. If you like it, you can download it here for free. Link: https://www.forex21.com/fx-pulse-3




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