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The markets don’t wait for anyone. By subscribing to our email newsletter or by following us on one of our social media channels you will get regular trade ideas, real time technical analysis and reminders about big upcoming market events. This service is completely free.

We offer two types of update that cuts through all the noise and gets straight to the point. Students and traders use our Building the Evidence analysis to identify key trading levels, prevailing trends and sentiment in major FX, index and commodity markets. Our Week Ahead update helps traders prepare for the big market moving announcements coming up.

From time to time we also provide our take on big one off events no one saw coming so make sure you’re subscribed to stay informed.


Here is a sample of our Building the Evidence analysis approach:


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Every trader should know what the next week might entail. This update, normally on a Sunday, will provide a short summary of what to expect from the economic announcements scheduled for the coming week. Here’s a sample:


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With the advance of computers, technology and software, traders are now able to automate their trading with automated trading systems.

In this article we'll look at how they’re built, how they work and advantages and disadvantages.


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