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Interviews Across the Spectrum of Global Investment, Technicians, and Traders, Analysts, and Policy Makers. Listen to the Men and Women Who Shape the Markets.

A joint venture between WorldWideMarkets and FXStreet that brings forex big players to the same table with independent traders.

This Time, Joseph Trevisani will interview Vicki Schmelzer @MNIEyeOnFX.

Vicki is a former currency trader with over 20 years experience trading major and EM at major US and international banks. She joined MNI in 2000 and created TheFXSpot feature which has recently been rebranded as OnTheRadar because it now encompasses more than the currency market. Along with Barbara Rockefeller of Rockefeller Treasury Services, Vicki co-authored the book **The Foreign Exchange Matrix (Harriman House 2013) and has appeared on ForexTv and on FXStreet's Live Analysis Room.

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