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All Forex traders out there, including beginners, eventually come to the point when they have to choose a reputable FX broker. The choice is really important since it is going to be one of the cornerstones of their success. Despite the fact that FX brokers are essentially the same, in reality there is a huge difference between some of them. While some of such FX companies try to scam their unsuspecting clients, especially inexperienced beginners, others do their best to help all of their clients succeed in FX trading and capitalize on that along with them. These companies are aimed at long-term cooperation. Actually, reputable brokers are outnumbered by unreliable companies chasing client funds instead of long-term cooperation and success.
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Last Friday, Pierre Moscovici, who is the European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, visited Athens to discuss with the Greek government the report on the situation with the Greek debt to the international lenders.
The good times are going back. Over 2 trading weeks ended in early February, PrivateFX №1 recovered by 186,77 dollars or 1,25%. Could they have generated more money for their investors? Sure, but stability is the core value. For those of you who don’t know, PrivateFX №1 has been showing consistent profits for over 3 months in a row.
These are the Main Daily Trading Signals for Tuesday. Here's how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT.
Euro/Dollar sees 5 neutral models in the short-term. The mid-term is split between red and neutral models, and the daily outlook turns red with 6 studies, but the interbank is neutral at less than 2% short, and it matches the 1-hour models.
It's time for this week's first Main Daily Trading Signals. Here's how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT.
First up is the Euro/Dollar with 4 neutral models in the short-term. The mid-term is split between red and neutral studies, and the daily outlook brings 6 sell prompts, but, in contrast, the interbank is neutral at less than 2% short.
You're watching the Main Daily Trading Signals for Friday. Here's how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT.
Euro/Dollar has bearish models prevailing across the table, with 7 in the short-term and 6 in both the mid and long-term, but, in contrast, the interbank is neutral at less than 2% long.
These are the Main Daily Trading Signals for Thursday. Here's how the interbank lines up with the technicals at 8 AM GMT.
Bearish signals prevail on Euro/Dollar's hourly chart. The mid-term brings 4 neutral indicators, and the daily outlook is split between red and neutral models. Neutral at less than 6% long, the interbank matches the 4-hour studies.
Market Leader reports that EU leaders held an unofficial summit in Malta last week. One of the key issues on the agenda touched upon the ways and means to overcome the migration crisis in Europe.