Do You Know Who Your Forex Trading Teacher Is ?

By | April 12, 2015

I was on YouTube watching some trading videos when I stumbled upon Astro FX channel. So here are these two guys (Shaun Powell and Aman Natt), in their early twenties, dressed up to the nines, very expensive looking watches, driving luxury autos with personalized number plates like  F13REX, giving forex trading seminars and selling courses.… Read More »

Exential Group – Managed Forex Accounts Scam

By | April 7, 2015

Update 25/07/2016 More than a year since this article was written, authorities have finally shut down the fraudulent operations of Exential Group. From Exential Group in Dubai Media City was ordered to cease trading on Sunday as the Department of Economic Development (DED) investigates complaints by clients that due payments had dried up. Our… Read More »

The Logic Behind Trading Decisions

By | April 4, 2015

I’ve written before on this site that I think it’s crucial every trader should develop a trading strategy that fits who he or she is. Please note that I chose to use the word ‘develop’ instead of, let’s say, ‘find’. That’s because, as far as I know, and I’ve researched this subject extensively, all great… Read More »

Why Is the Price of Oil so Low?

By | March 17, 2015

Hovering below the $50 level the price of WTI crude, the American benchmark, has been cut in more than half since the highs of $107 reached in June 2014. It is now in a price range not yet seen since the depths of the 2009 recession, coming after a precipitous fall paralleling that in the… Read More »

A Look at Facebook’s Valuation

By | March 10, 2015

This week marks the six year anniversary of the bull market in US stocks and six months since Facebook passed $200 Billion in market capitalization. While the Nasdaq has increased in value a little bit over three times during these six years, Facebook capitalization has gone up some twenty times over the same time period.… Read More »

Six Years of Bull Market for US Stocks

By | March 7, 2015

This past Friday marked the six year anniversary of the bottom in US stock market as represented by the popular S&P500 and DJIA indexes. It is surprising when we realize how far they’ve come since Friday March 6th 2009. That day, which just like yesterday, was a jobs report day (NFP), saw a low of… Read More »