DailyForex.com Team

DailyForex.com Team
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About DailyForex.com Team

The DailyForex.com team is comprised of analysts and researchers from around the world who watch the market throughout the day to provide you with unique perspectives and helpful analysis that can help improve your Forex trading.

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Do set & forget trading strategies really exist? Some strategies can work this way, but they must be used with appropriate caution & understanding of the market

China said it complained about raising US tariffs on solar panels to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, adding to the escalating conflicts with US President Donald Trump on trade and technology.

Turkey announced on Wednesday it was working to increase tariffs on imports of some US products, which led to escalating dispute with the United States, provoking the Turkish currency to record a new historic low.

Keeping a journal is one of the things that separate amateur from professional traders, allowing to see the thought process & to pick up a trading pattern.

It’s a tough balance to be dedicated to trading without getting obsessed with it or over trading. Try to think quality instead of quantity and be patient!

How does the forex market react to the NFP (Nonfarm Payroll) report? Should you trade these announcements, or should you rather remain outside of the market?

One of the most interesting trading markets is the energy market, which includes the petroleum markets, natural gas, & some more exotic ones such as heating oil

Do men play it riskier than women when it comes to trading? Is it a question of attitude? Who’s the better half at the end of the day? Let’s look at the evidence

Despite the bearish effects that Trump’s comments on tariffs had on the USD, the overall trend remains bullish as long as the pair remains above the 110.00 resistance level.

The EUR / USD continues its cautious gains as the pair rose to 1.1743 early Thursday ahead of the ECB's announcement of its monetary policy decisions and comments of its governor Mario Draghi.