ZuluTrade Blog
Good Morning,   - The dollar steadied and some Asia stocks bounce as Wall Street hit highs amid more mergers buzz. - The S&P touching an intraday record and all but e... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro still trade stable above 1.37 level, as nothing new after G-20 meeting. - Asian stocks dropped, as investors looked past the Group of 20... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The U.S. dollar recovered thanks to the strong U.S. manufacturing survey, with the dollar's index rising to 80.30 .DXY from a eight-week low of 7... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Time to sell EUR/USD ? … targeting 1.3450 & 1.3130 - JP Morgan. US dollar rises and stocks fall after FOMC minutes yestarday. - Japan'... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Euro continued its advance across the board. -  On Tuesday, the euro continued its advance across the board, gaining 0.40% against the dolla... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro held firm above $1.37 level, having hit a three-week high of $1.3725 yesterday. - The yen fell and Japanese stocks surged after BOJ Kuro... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Asia stocks up and dollar slips. GBP/USD above 1.68 level for first time since November 2009. - Japan's Nikkei 0.56%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng 1.07%... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Dollar struggles at 1.37 level, three-weeks low against the euro  after downbeat U.S. data and  GBP/USD moves to new multi-year high ab... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The Euro correction came but only temporarily, as the single currency rebounds strongly and sitting again above to 1.36 level. - Asian shares: Ja... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The  Euro correction may come again on game… The euro eased to $1.3625 level, staying below a two-week high at $1.3683 touched on yes... [More]

Trading spot currencies involves substantial risk and there is always the potential for loss. Your trading results may vary. Because the risk factor is high in the foreign exchange market trading, only genuine "risk" funds should be used in such trading. If you do not have the extra capital that you can afford to lose, you should not trade in the foreign exchange market. Forex Brokers and ZuluTrade are compensated for their services through the spread between the bid/ask prices or there may be a cost to initiate a trade through the bid/ask spread. Signing up is totally free, and there is NO contract and NO monthly fees, ever.

This blog is for informational purposes only. This blog is not intended for distribution channels and may not be reproduced or distributed without the permission of Zulu Trade ltd or any of its affiliated entities (“ZuluTrade”). All opinions, news, prices or other information contained in this blog are provided as general market commentary and this report does not contain and it is in not to be considered in any circumstance as market analysis, offer or solicitation to buy or sell any financial instruments, personalized or general recommendation for any investment decision or investment strategy by ZuluTrade, in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation, purchase or sale would be unlawful under the securities laws of such jurisdiction. The information contained in this blog should not be construed as financial or investment advice on any subject matter. The financial instruments referred to herein may not be suitable for all investors and any investments on such financial instruments requires the assessment by each investor and its counsels of the investor’s investment characteristics, including the investment risks which the latter is willing to assume. This blog has been based on information which has been made public, obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but it has not been verified by ZuluTrade. No representation or warranty (expressed or implied) is made as to the accuracy, completeness, correctness, timeliness or fairness of the information or opinions herein, all of which are subject to change without notice. No responsibility of liability whatsoever of howsoever arising is accepted in relation to the contents hereof by ZuluTrade or any of its directors, officers, employees. Further, no representation is being made that any results will be achieved, and past performance is not indicative of future performance.