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Global markets receded during last week’s trading sessions and analysts and market commentator... [More]
Financial markets were influenced by many factors during the trading week ending January 24th; doubt... [More]
The phrase; “the markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent” is attributed to the economist John Maynard Keynes, who was also the pioneer of various Keynesia... [More]
During the open trading-sessions before and after the new year celebrations, the forex markets experienced significant volatility offering up tremendous opportunities, for bot... [More]
The movements in many of the major currency pairs during the week, offered up opportunities for both Investors and Traders in the ZuluTrade's community.... [More]
Many successful Traders and Investors on the ZuluTrade platform, will testify that you need to combine both forms of analytical skills, in order to bank profits as a copy-trad... [More]
If you struggled to squeeze profit out of the forex markets last week, either as Traders or Investors in our ZuluTrade community, then you weren’t alone.... [More]
The past week saw the U.S. dollar continue to make considerable gains versus the majority of its peers in the forex market. It’s become apparent that the recent FOMC cut in th... [More]
Last week was a challenge for the ZuluTrade Traders and Investors who remained bullish the U.S. dollar, as the globe’s reserve currency gave back some of the significant gains... [More]
The past FX trading week provided welcome relief from some of the all-consuming, fundamental, economic issues and political narrative, which have dominated our forex markets o... [More]

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