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The UK’s manufacturing sector seems to have seen an activity slowdown in August. This is confirmed by the latest joint report published by Markit and CIPS. The analysts say that the service sector and domestic consumption are still playing the key role in the British economy.
All those black Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays keep on haunting FX traders these days. It’s been around 6 months since the SNB unpegged the Swiss Franc, thereby triggering force-majeure in the Forex industry. Greece has been causing stress to FX traders as well.
On August 24th, we could see another case of abnormal market volatility. Major stock indexes crashed, currencies went wild. Was this another stress test for FX traders and even brokers? This is the question we asked the Forex-Market company.
These days, more and more traders prefer automated trading to manual one. In other words, they outsource the trading process to trading robots. They say that the biggest advantage of using trading robots (also known as expert advisors) is the absence of emotions all human traders are subject to. Indeed, emotions in trading lead to poor results more often than not.
As you probably know, Forex is the worlds’ biggest financial market. Therefore, the money is more then enough for the average trader to get rich. On top of that, immense financial flows (several trillion dollars a day) stimulate innovation in trading, which leads us to believe that contemporary FX brokers create a more favorable environment for retail traders to make money consistently.