- Provides currency and economic analysis for FXStreet readers, about the many relationships between the economy, its statistical reflections and the trading markets.
- A founding partner of FX Solutions, one of the original American firms in the online retail trading industry. In over ten years serving as Chief Dealer, Head of Institutional Sales and Chief Market Analyst.
- 15 years as an interbank currency trader, desk manager and proprietary trader at Credit Suisse New York, Credit Suisse Singapore and the Bank of Bermuda, Hamilton.
Joseph Trevisani began his career in the financial markets in 1991, the early days of interbank currency trading. Bank dealers then were responsible for liquidity, pricing, positioning and profitability. Foreign currency trading was and remains the world’s largest market by volume and the least fettered of all global markets.
When Mr. Trevisani joined FX Solutions in 2001 the on-line industry was in its infancy. Firms imagined and designed every aspect of their business from trading software to marketing, discovering, testing and discarding many ideas and preconceptions along the way to success. The end result was an industry where none had existed before. In 2018 Mr. Trevisani teamed with the currency and economic news website FXStreet to provide commentary and analysis for the global financial markets, through in-depth articles and live coverages. Based in New York, Joseph Trevisani is regularly invited by US television channels and media outlets to provide his views on the currency market.
Joseph has always been fascinated by the evolution of markets and the interplay between traders and the real economy. He has been writing and publishing on these topics for many years and has been privileged to participate in the growth of one global market, interbank currency trading and the creation of another, on-line retail trading.
Mr. Trevisani appears frequently on CNBC and Real Vision in New York as an economic and currency analyst. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, the Associated Press, Bloomberg, MarketWatch, Dow Jones Newswires, the Chicago Tribune, Futures Magazine and other media outlets around the world. He has written economic and currency analysis for RealClearMarkets, FXStreet, Forbes.com and has spoken at many conferences and industry events.
Check Trevisani’s profile on MarketsWiki and on SeekingAlpha.
He has a Bachelor’s Degree from the School of General Studies and a Master’s in International Politics and Finance from Columbia University in New York City.