What will become of Simon and Nigel when the automatons and cyborgs arrive en masse?
It’s a small world: We debate how closed borders may affect talent shortages in electronic markets – or not!
The global electronically driven capital markets business has shrunk the world. With the closing of borders in certain areas, how will the industry be affected by talent shortages?
Do not bamboozle customers with old fashioned, component-heavy trading platforms. Today, everything should be in one place
Gone are the days of the separate platform for social trading, separate execution platform and collection of components. Today, traders want more functionality on less software. Here is a good look at modular trading platforms, integrated actionable content and what today’s traders want
With just two retail FX brokerages in the United States, and a high quality domestic client base with very little option outside the futures sector, now is the time to establish. Is it worth the $25 million start up cost, and if so, would you establish in the Land of the Free?
An incisive look into the plate glass and high revenue world of Chinese IBs and their comprehensive understanding of the global FX industry’s structure and mechanics. Want to do business in China? Here is what to look for and how to do it
Some exchange executives, in an attempt to bash the OTC industry, think if trading was conducted on exchange, no spoofing or layering by over-educated traders would be possible. This is quite simply not true
Milk is milk and a cow is a cow, so why does CySec allow FX and binary companies to use misleading names?
Moooooving the regulatory remit forward, there would be no room for ambiguity under any udder circumstances
…..and that means just five places: Britain, North America, Singapore, Australia and remarkably, China
FX industry expert Meir Velenski analyses the initial reaction to cable (£ versus $) was a sell off in sterling in the immediate period after Theresa May’s announcement of a snap election and what may ensue within Britain’s capital markets once the British electorate has made its choice
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen won the first round of election. Is it a good time to short EUR/USD expecting the gap to close?
According to Forrester Research, a minute of video is worth 1.8 million words.
Will the old school tie network succeed in its draconian attempt to snatch business by force from Britain’s top quality and long established OTC derivatives companies? We have an in-depth debate to examine how this may pan out
Instability at Bitfinex reinforces FinanceFeeds view that Bitcoin will never be a financial mainstay
In blocking withdrawals and deposits in fiat currency, Bitfinex is yet another example of why Bitcoin and other virtual currencies will never be anything more than a dangerous folly
Trump said the dollar is too strong and he likes interest rate to be low. USD/JPY broke below 109 and display signs of heading towards 107.
The problem lies in the competitive environment and high cost of acquisition facing brokers today. The solution lies in automation according to OSYSTEMS’ COO and Advocate Keith Isaac.
Using unrealistic or inflated promises on retail brokerage websites will make people wary and think that an offer is too good to be true says Leverate’s Adinah Brown
The latest non-farm payroll fell below 100K, the lowest in 10 months. Will USD/JPY fall to 110.50 again?
Now that the FCA has made it clear about cutting margins in FX and CFD business for retail customers, this will reduce the volumes of business and eventually retail activity will effect institutional activity, says Meir Velenski
Some IBs will bring you deposits and volume. But before you give someone a stage and a microphone make sure they know what to say before they open their mouth, says Evan Tzivanakis