Best Forex Commentary
This is a great site. If you haven't got a broadband internet connection then obviously this isn't the site for you. However, since most forex traders have a fast connection, that isn't a problem. If you like watching CNBC, you'll love this.
First you don't have to pay for it (unlike cable TV). Second it's up to date and professional forex commentary.
The only thing I didn't like about the site was all the ads all over the site. However, without the ads, it wouldn't be free. So there you have it.
This website isn't flashy with video like the first website. However, if you're a meat-and-potatoes kind of person, this is your website. It lists news stories that relate to the currencies from Reuters, AFX News, etc.
Their website is slightly difficult to navigate at first, but after you get the hang of it, it's a snap.
Load the website and in front of you is a list of forex news headlines. Click on any to go to the full page.
The clean and simplicity of this website is what attracts me to it. It doesn't have the quantity of information like FXstreet, but it is cleaner and easier to navigate.
Also they have easily accessed, web-based charts (a nice little add-on).
Ultimately, your own interpretation of the markets will be you're best analysis of the market. I don't say this to put down looking at the currency news, but remember, you will find conflicting opinions. Then what? You need to have your own idea of what is going on. Otherwise you're lost.
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