Ed Ponsi - I sometimes use cross-market analysis to find Forex trades. If you think that sounds complicated, then read this article and you'll see that it's easier than it sounds.
22 Jun, 2009 in Forex
Jim Crimmins - In this article we take a look at the various US tax laws that apply to forex trading.
John Forman - The Japanese Yen and its crosses have tradable calendar patterns of behavior.
02 Jan, 2006 in Forex
GammaJammer - A T2W member with 10 years experience as an institutional fx trader explains who does what in the world's biggest market.
24 Dec, 2004 in Forex
Kathy Lien - Understanding the impact of gamma on can help one know how the market will likely trade.
Sam Seiden - The "spot" market is the cash market which means the current value of where the currency pair is trading at right now. The "futures" market represents the perception of where that same currency pair will be trading at on a specific date in the future.
Jay Lakhani - In this video tutorial, the author looks at how to spot a falling wedge and how to trade it successfully.
Sam Seiden - By far and away the most popular entry strategy for trading Forex is the "breakout". In a market that has significant and consistent movement, using breakouts is very appropriate. As with any strategy, there is a right way to understand and use it.
Abe Cofnas - Do you need to catch the initial move to trade a breakout, or are there other ways of trading it? In this article we look at an alternative method using Fibonacci retracements.