There are many events that shape the markets. Big news events can, and often do, cause big swings with a single movement going several percent in one direction.
To know these events and releases better and learn different aspects that can influence or improve your trading, we collected some of the best educational articles, reports and webinars about news trading.
In this article, LittleFishFX selects and analyzes the 5 most important indicators, forex news events and releases that influence the markets.
Rob Colville presents a brief approach of his news trading strategy. “We can really use the news to reward us by keeping the reward potential high but the risk to a minimum,” says Colville.
Yohay Elam warns traders about two general exceptions that traders should be aware of when news trading does not behave as expected: the risk factor and sell the fact.
In this video, Jarratt Davis gives traders a better understanding of why things move the way they do in news trading.
Kathy Lien will guide you through the most important news releases and how they can impact currencies.
Blake Young teaches three techniques to trade news events in this webinar: pre-announcement trend trade, bracket trading the news and fading the breakout.
In this webinar, Kathleen Brooks explains why economic news is important to FX traders, which economic events are the best to trade around, and how to devise a trading strategy.
Dr. S. Sivaraman talks about how event and breaking news are market triggers and how traders can manage their expectations. He shares also some smart trading strategies.
Kathy Lien shares her edge in predicting economic data surprises and teaches the tricks of the news trading.
In this webinar, Boris Schlossberg explains one of his News Trading Strategy that puts you on the same side of the market as the Big Banks.
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