About Justin Paolini
Justin Paolini helps traders succeed through 1-on-1 coaching at BuildingaTrader.com. He is also Head of Trader Development at FCI Markets UK. Justin has over 15 years of experience trading Forex of which 3 were spent as a Sales Trader and as a Broker. Previously, he was an analyst at 3CAnalysis.com, producing institutional grade directional calls. His market commentary has been published on FXRenew.com, Yahoo! Finanza, Trend Online, FX Street, OrderFlowtrading.com, and ForexTell.com. For the past 8 years, he has dedicated himself to helping others succeed, and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Ancona on Trading and Market Dynamics.
Justin holds a B.A. in Economics & Finance from UNIVPM, Ancona, and a Masters in Finance, Banking & Insurance.
Latest 10 Articles
- BTC/USD Forecast: Bitcoin Powers Over 50-Day EMA
- 07/21/2022 6:41
BTC/USD has powered quite handily above the 50-Day EMA, and now it looks like we are going to see an attempt to break out even further.
- Understanding a Crawling Peg Exchange Rate
- 07/07/2022 12:28
Counties facing Forex volatility and economic instability may use a crawling peg exchange rate to shield their economy from negative fallout, but what is a crawling peg? We will explain the two types of a crawling peg exchange rate and discuss its advantages and disadvantages.
- CPSS - The Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems
- 07/07/2022 12:19
The Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS) was the former name of the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructure (CPMI). Central banks from the G-10 formed the CPSS. Today, it consists of twenty-five members, with tri-annual meetings. Its primary function is setting global payment, clearing, and settlement standards. It aims to improve safety, increase efficiency, enhance transparency, and contribute to financial stability. The CPMI also provides a platform for central banks to collaborate, focused on monetary policy, financial oversight, and market operations.
- Covered Interest Rate Arbitrage - Definition & Uses
- 07/07/2022 12:12
The Forex market is the most liquid financial market globally, and some estimates have it breaching $10 trillion in daily turnover this decade from just shy of $7 trillion now. Given the size and liquidity of the Forex market, traders can use a wide range of strategies unsuitable in other markets. Covered interest arbitrage is among them, but what is covered interest arbitrage? We will explain covered interest arbitrage theory, discuss the importance of covered interest arbitrage parity, and outline why this strategy belongs to exotic ones, allowing you to determine if it is suitable for your portfolio.
- Coupon in Finance - Definition & Uses Examples
- 07/07/2022 11:44
Investors considering fixed-income investments to diversify portfolios or create guaranteed passive cash flow will hear terms like coupon payment, coupon rate, and nominal yield, but what do they mean? We will answer the coupon definition finance question, give you the coupon payment formula, and provide a coupon payment example.
- What is a Coupon Rate?
- 07/07/2022 10:34
Fixed income securities, or bonds, are considered safer investments but yield lower returns. They are common among risk-averse investors, well-diversified portfolios, pension funds, and passive income generation portfolios. When investors evaluate bonds to add to their portfolios, they must consider three defining aspects: the bond issuer, the yield to maturity, and the coupon rate.
- BTC/USD Forecast: Bitcoin Gets Crushed by Fear
- 02/18/2022 9:08
Bitcoin has shown itself to be wanting yet again, at the first signs of geopolitical problems.
- NASDAQ 100 Forecast: November 2021
- 10/31/2021 7:20
The NASDAQ 100 has had a very strong month of October, and it is very likely to continue seeing upward pressure for the month of November.
- Forex Trading Hours in South Africa
- 08/15/2021 8:28
The best Forex market hours in South Africa are quite comfortable, so motivated traders should be encouraged by this fact.
- BTC/USD Forecast: Bitcoin Explodes to the Upside
- 08/10/2021 7:07
It appears that Bitcoin traders believe that the US Congress will not do anything to stymie the DeFi part of the crypto currency markets, which had been feared over the weekend.