Top 10 Favorites on Popular Forex Trading Website Gets Revamped


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Popular Forex Trading Website Gets Revamped

For Immediate Release:
Media Contact: Jaclyn Sales [email protected]

New York, October 26, 2009  ( FXCM’s free news Web site, had a complete site overhaul and the new fresh, easier to navigate layout was launched last week. DailyFX is constantly expanding and improving its offerings, and has released a brand new version of the website. They’ve kept all the same great articles and resources that have made the site so popular, added some new ones, and made everything much easier to use.

Top 10 Favorites on

1) Economic Calendar: An in-depth look on major events for major economies and currencies, which one can sort by Currency, Date, and Importance. Furthermore, the most important individual events all have detailed write-ups, complete with an indicator on typical market influence. After the event, the DailyFX team updates the numbers and often writes detailed insight on the report and comments on implications for affected currencies and broader trends. Traders can print this calendar out in PDF, XLS, and CSV format—making it convenient for many traders.

2) Analyst Picks | Daily, published throughout the trading day, DailyFX analysts share their favorite trades. On Mondays, its "Pick of the Week" – Tuesday, they cover the EUR, Wednesday is the JPY, Thursday is GBP, and CHF, and Friday is AUD, CAD, and NZD pairs.

3) Free Charts: Traders can access several different free charting packages and learn about more advanced options. The most popular are the Powercharts, Netdania, and FXTrek, while FXCM traders can also download our Marketscope platform to be used natively with the FX Trading Station. Each charting package offers its own unique advantages and features.

4) DailyFX Forum: DailyFX analysts and course instructors are actively involved in moderating threads and posting in the forum to ensure high quality and dynamic dialogue. The Forum offers open membership to anyone interested in the forex markets, including clients of other forex brokers

5) FXCM Speculative Sentiment Index | Weekly, published on Thursday
Given that FXCM is one of the largest non-bank forex dealers, we believe that our SSI gives access to what is likely one of the biggest and most representative samples of the broad small-investor Forex market. In our weekly SSI report, we give DailyFX readers a look at historical movements in the SSI and commensurate movements in price—providing a sentiment-based Forex forecast.

6) Market Brief | Daily, published at the start of each session, covering major Euro session occurrences and most importantly—the overlap between European and US trading sessions. The early US session and late European session is historically the most volatile time of day for major currency pairs, and knowing what to expect out of US open events is critical to everyday trading.

7) Daily Technicals | Daily, published at 12 noon (EST)
Discussing individual technical outlook for the seven major US dollar crosses. Senior Strategist Jamie Saettele uses Elliott Wave analysis to give forecasts on major currencies. For the non-Elliotticians, DailyFX also offer an early morning Daily Classical report by Technical Strategist Joel Kruger, which uses more traditional technical methods to given relevant forecasts on those same currency pairs. and

8) Daily Fundamentals | Daily, published at 6 pm (EST)
The wrap-up of all major happenings through the preceding 24 hours of price action. The most-thorough summary and fundamental outlook of the day, it has detailed economic calendars with individual write-ups of the day’s occurrences. DailyFX recommends no trader go without reading the end-of-day fundamentals report.

9) Weekly Forecast | Weekly, published Friday at 6 pm (EST)
Released after market close Friday afternoon, this weekly forecast covers the major fundamental events of the preceding week and the outlook for the subsequent one. This is a detailed rundown of what to expect out of all 8 major currencies.

10) Monthly Forecast | Monthly
Both technical and fundamental forecasts available for the Month’s trading outlook.

Mobile Alerts: Now you can start receiving market-moving economic data on your mobile phone.
Rollover Calendar: Know beforehand how many days of rollover will be applied to any particular trading day on any trading pair, and when a national holiday will affect rollover.
Trading the News LIVE: Now trade news events live with the DailyFX Analysts. An Analyst will answer your questions and give up-to-the-minute commentary on news events as they happen.
Learn how to navigate around the new to find all of your favorite articles and some new exciting features: VIDEO:
Let us know what you think of the new site by emailing us your feedback and suggestions to [email protected].

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• is one of the world’s leading news and information sources for the currency trading community.
• Wide international audience: Over 7 million page views a month.
• Up-to-the minute news: From 20 to 30 articles and reports every day on the latest changes in the currency market.
• Mobile Alerts: Now you can start receiving market-moving economic data on your mobile phone.
• Timely technical analyses: Close examination of promising chart formations.
• Up-to-date analysis of fundamental influences: In-depth analysis of recent price moves, predictions of likely market moves and explanations of economic and political factors driving the market.
• Economic Calendar: Complete release schedule of news events coming out of the G-10 countries, with sort and filter capabilities to rank each by importance and impact on specific currencies.
• Forum: The Forum is a serious online forum that avoids the “market noise” and irrelevant personal commentary that plague many forex blogs and forums. DailyFX strives to keep the Forum the place where real traders go to talk about serious trading.
• Free charts: Free forex charts for beginning, intermediate and expert traders, complete with live currency quotes
• Live rates: Live currency rates around the clock.
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Leveraged foreign exchange trading carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose.

More Information:
Jaclyn Sales
Public Relations Coordinator
Financial Square
32 Old Slip, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10005
Dir (646) 432-2463
Tel (212) 897-7660
[email protected]
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