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Market Recap: July 2021

Welcome to our look back at the previous month and a look ahead to what we might expect to see throughout August and beyond.

We started the first day of July with OPEC+ looking at increasing production which sent Crude prices higher and other assets followed.  This was short-lived, however, with news of the COVID Delta Variant affecting demand...again.

In a bizarre move, the Chinese government has made it illegal for private education companies to make a profit, raise capital which hit global stock markets.

The US Congress has approved a massive Infrastructure bill which could not have come at a better time to boost employment, hopefully, and increase productivity in the US.

The major news items to watch going forward into August will include the status of the Delta Variant of COVID, which may have already ruined the summer 2021 travel season, and China who are clearly looking at rewriting the rules on trade, business, and capitalism, within their own borders and beyond.

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How Has Brexit Affected Forex Trading?

The uncertainty created by Brexit hasn’t spared the forex trading market or forex traders based in or trading through platforms based in Great Britain. 

With Brexit complete and its impact on forex evolving over time, many traders have questions about the implications of this political and economic move not only on the rules and regulations of forex trading but also the trading opportunities created by this shift.

Look no further for answers to your most pressing questions. Here’s an overview of the impact Brexit has had—and will continue to have—on forex trading.

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Monthly Review: June 2021

Welcome to our look back at the previous month and a look ahead to what we might expect to see throughout July and beyond.

We started the month with COVID optimism, in almost every asset class, but we are finishing the month with a tinge of pessimism.  The new variant — COVID-19 Delta Plus — may have changed the rules in our fight against the pandemic.

COVID vaccine programs are still progressing but we finished the month with cities like Sydney, Australia going back into lockdown as we all discover the poor vaccination rate in that country. 

The US Executive Branch and Congress will be debating and negotiating a massive infrastructure plan into the next few weeks and months, which will affect the USD as we move forward.

 The issue of trade relations with China came back into play with many economies starting to work together to confront China about everything from Coronavirus to human rights to IP protection.  Some countries have tried to take on China independently such as the Trump administration, some time ago, and the Australian government earlier this year.

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3 Indicators to Measure Forex Market Sentiment

While all forex traders bring their own strategies, preferences, and emotions to the trading market, the collective trends behind those sentiments can reveal a lot about how overall trader sentiments may shape price movements and forex market activity.

The concept of market sentiment is applicable to any financial trading market, including forex, and these sentiments can play a powerful role in predicting the kinds of price movements and other market effects that may develop in the near future. 

Fortunately, traders don’t have to make guesses about these sentiments on their own. Through the use of forex market sentiment indicators, any trader can evaluate how macro market sentiments may be reflecting overall ideas, hesitations, and other underlying factors that are pushing the majority of traders in a single direction regarding their trading strategy.

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How to Spot a Scam Forex Broker

While there are plenty of reputable online forex brokers to choose as your preferred trading platform, you can also run into brokers that are little more than a moneymaking scam.

These scam brokers generate profits by luring in traders under the guise of guaranteed earnings only to charge them excessive fees, profit off of their trading activity, and skim money from their accounts until traders wise up and cash out. 

If you’re looking for the right forex broker online or are suspicious of your current brokerage platform, here are some of the top signs your forex broker may be running a scam.

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Forex Trading vs. Cryptocurrency: Key Differences Between the Markets

While forex trading of international currencies has been an established industry for decades, the cryptocurrency market has grown from a fledgling idea to a multibillion-dollar market in less than a decade.

Today, many traders might be investing in both forex and crypto at the same time, hoping to leverage the profit opportunities that come with each distinct market. But while cryptocurrency earning potential has garnered a lot of media attention in recent years, this market also features key differences from forex trading that can increase your potential risk when investing money into these digital “currencies.”

Before forex traders dip their investments into cryptocurrency, it’s important to understand what these markets have in common as well as how they diverge from one another.

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How to Review Your Forex Trading Performance (Opinion)

The obvious way to monitor and review your trading performance is to check your account balance, however we can dig a little deeper than that and explore our performance further.

As part of your trading, it is important to monitor your open positions and overall performance, and an effective way of doing this is to maintain a trading diary. A trading diary should detail all your trading decisions, including reasons for initiating a trade, your emotions when opening the trade, notes concerning the short- and medium-term trends observed in the price and perhaps any news surrounding the trade period, as well as daily adjustments of exits. A trading diary provides you with a methodical way of maintaining a clear focus, and it can also assist you with learning from your mistakes.

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3 Categories of Technical Indicators All Forex Traders Should Know

Price movements in the forex market may be hard to predict, but they aren’t entirely random, either. There is logic behind the way currency pairs rise or fall in value, and decades of forex trading have revealed that this logic can often be identified—and then predicted—through the use of technical indicators.

Technical indicators come in many shapes and sizes, and no specific indicator is viewed as a required tool for assessing potential forex trades. As traders gain experience and learn about the different technical indicators at their disposal, they end up developing a preference for specific indicators that align with their trading strategy and prove to be reliable over time.

These technical indicators can be broken down into three broad categories.

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Making Deposits with Trustly: Valutrades New Payment Method

Valutrades is excited to offer a new method of payment for our clients -- Trustly! 

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Trading Video: US Interest Rates and FOMC Statement

If you like to trade Economic News Events, you will know that Central bank Interest Rate decisions are almost always big movers of the markets.

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