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How do you keep up to date with trading news/ events/ opinions?

snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
May 04 2016 at 13:07
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It depends on the broker provider and what your trading,if the broker gets it wrong on the risk and you get it right or if it hasn't been noticed because its some unknown stock.There is such a push on the popular names that the focus isn't on the unknown.If we are talking Eur/Usd the spread is very tight because everyone is trading it,even though its negative return,where as eur/mxn has a positive return.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
mlawson71
May 06 2016 at 09:50
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snapdragon1970 posted:
It depends on the broker provider and what your trading,if the broker gets it wrong on the risk and you get it right or if it hasn't been noticed because its some unknown stock.There is such a push on the popular names that the focus isn't on the unknown.If we are talking Eur/Usd the spread is very tight because everyone is trading it,even though its negative return,where as eur/mxn has a positive return.


Ohh, I've always wondered about that, actually. Thank you for explaining it.

Clert (Clert)
Aug 10 2016 at 06:20
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Besides other mentioned, I check this website for forecasts to make profits https://www.dfid.org/forecasts/
They rather often come true you know and I manage to profit from most of my trades

camforex10
Aug 10 2016 at 07:09
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xgavinc
Aug 10 2016 at 08:34
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mlawson71 posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
It depends on the broker provider and what your trading,if the broker gets it wrong on the risk and you get it right or if it hasn't been noticed because its some unknown stock.There is such a push on the popular names that the focus isn't on the unknown.If we are talking Eur/Usd the spread is very tight because everyone is trading it,even though its negative return,where as eur/mxn has a positive return.


Ohh, I've always wondered about that, actually. Thank you for explaining it.


Variable spread is adjusted on the following:

Higher than usual liquidity
[like news events. The quotes become 'out of price quotes', iow. the price you were quoted is already out of date due to high volatility, by providing a larger spread the margin of quote errors are reduced for the broker.]

Lower than usual liquidity
[The market is flat, like near dead. The broker increases spread to discourage trading on instruments it will find difficult to fill due to low liquidity, hence you will pay a premium to get filled.]

On brokers providing fixed spreads you will encounter more 'off quote' errors, as the broker will simply not fill orders on the above extremes.

As to the topic of the thread, I only look at the myfxbook news ticker and calendar to ensure that my account is within margin limits before an event. I do not specifically trade news events.

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
FusionPRO
Aug 10 2016 at 11:42
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RANsquawk is a good up to the minute news service provider which both we and institutions are seen using.

https://ransquawk.com/

Frank
RedRhinoFX (RedRhinoFX)
Aug 10 2016 at 14:48
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forex factory calendar xml into the mt4 trading platform. All my trading systems are automated and it is best to not have an opinion when trading.

Meltafoz
Aug 16 2016 at 05:28
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I monitor economic calendar at forexfactory.com, also I see daily analysis and news feed, assists well for trading

Xiantero
Aug 18 2016 at 10:00
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Clert posted:
Besides other mentioned, I check this website for forecasts to make profits https://www.dfid.org/forecasts/
They rather often come true you know and I manage to profit from most of my trades


I also check this https://www.dfid.org/news and also that one https://rankcup.com/news

And of course major economic calendars always come in handy.

Darren72
Feb 17 2017 at 10:10
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You would need study the economic calendar on daily basis to keep yourself updated with the upcoming events, news and the opinions offered by the market communists or policy makers. You can check for the same in tradingeconomics.com or investing.com.

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