2011Towards the end of the year we tend to review its ups and downs and start planning for the new one. Whether its a pledge to eat more healthy food, learn something new or improve your trading, everything seems to be possible to achieve when we're standing on the verge of another new year. 
So while you compile your own list of resolutions have a look at what some of the FXstreet.com contributors expect to achieve in 2014. Maybe you will discover you have similar goals or maybe they will give you inspiration. Aren't you curious?

 

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- 2012
- 2011
- 2010

Ed Ponsi

  • Do More For Others
  • Diversify My Holdings 
  • Enjoy Life More 

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Carol Harmer

  • Try and Teach The Retail Trader How To Trade Profitably
  • Explain That There Are Many Markets To Trade..Creating Missed Opportunities
  • Make The Time To Write A Book
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Valeria Bednarik

  • Go back to the basics
  • Write a book
  • Finish my house
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Joseph Trevisiani

  • Stop Being Reflexively Contrarian
  • Remember that in Writing the Hardest Part is Starting
  • Give More of Myself
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Kathleen Brooks

  • Stop trying to make the market fit my strategy
  • Stay disciplined 
  • Join the community 
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Navin Prithyani

  • Setup technological platforms to allow others to duplicate my trades
  • Setup a branch of my firm in Toronto, Canada
  • Get more media attention for my firm
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Ilian Yotov

  • Enjoy another year with my family
  • Launch my new currency management company AIMfx
  • Expand my efforts to grow personal philanthropy and inspire others
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Dr. S. Sivaraman

  • Develop more strategic trading techniques  and fine tune market reading
  • Create more awareness among traders about reality of forex market
  • Try and  develop more patience and perseverance
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David Pegler

  • Be More Available
  • Don’t underestimate funny money
  • Enjoy trading again
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Bradley Gilbert

  • Make our professional training package more accessible for all traders. 
  • Increase our FUM to $25 Million
  • Open our Asian headquarters in Beijing
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Tarik Chebib

  • Trust your gut feeling 
  • Understand the drivers of the US economy better
  • Diversify my goals again
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David Cooney

  • Finalise the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulation process for MahiFX
  • Finish my fixed wing instrument rating
  • Figuring out a remedy for the daily 5 AM wake-up call courtesy of my four-year-old daughter
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Matt Simpson

  • Gauge market sentiment using fundamental information
  • Improve Efficiency
  • Increase Exercise
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James Stanley

  • Don’t manage every position aggressively
  • Avoid the Noise
  • Be more balanced
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USD/JPY sticks to intraday gains, remains below mid-113.00s ahead of NFP

USD/JPY added to the previous day’s gains and edged higher for the second straight day. Improving global risk sentiment undermined the safe-haven JPY and remained supportive. Retreating US bond yields capped gains for the USD and the pair ahead of the NFP report.

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Editors’ Picks

EUR/USD retreats below 1.1300 area as NFP-inspired dollar weakness fades

EUR/USD jumped to a daily high of 1.1333 with the initial market reaction to the disappointing November Nonfarm Payrolls data but quickly returned below 1.1300. Rising US Treasury bond yields seem to be helping the dollar stay resilient against its major rivals. 

EUR/USD News

GBP/USDdrops to 1.3250 area as dollar regains strength

GBP/USD spiked above 1.3300 in the early American session with the initial market reaction to the gloomy US November jobs report. However, the greenback regathered strength on hawkish Fed commentary and forced the pair to turn south.

GBP/USD News

Gold struggles to capitalize on weak NFP data, holds near $1,770

Gold spiked to a daily high near $1,780 with the initial market reaction to the disappointing Nonfarm Payrolls data from the US but seems to be having a difficult time preserving its bullish momentum with the 10-year US T-bond yield staying resilient.

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The bull and the bear case for BTC

Bitcoin price saw a bullish impulse that faced massive headwinds before it tagged a crucial psychological barrier. Bitcoin is likely to experience massive volatility as the situation resolves over time. 

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