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FX traders are self-directed and the social trading era is so yesterday – so why the noise about robo advisers?
“Robo” is the latest buzzword. The sensible will never embody it.
“We are mostly interested in having traditional financial assets issued on our platform, leveraging blockchain technology and ultimately being able to be traded by any trader within our ecosystem whether that is an institution or retail trader. ” – Adam Leonard, CEO, BlockEx
Prime brokers dislike last look, but the bank dealer platforms continue. We look at FastMatch’s ingenious solution
Last look execution a bugbear for OTC counterparties and the preserve of the Tier 1 interbank giants? Not anymore. Prime brokerages and liquidity takers are now about to be empowered
What ever happened to NDFs? In South East Asia they create market turbulence, elsewhere are not significant
Drastic action against trading the Malaysian ringgit in offshore NDF markets by the Malaysian central bank proves the emerging market FX specialists’ strategies to be absolutely right. Here is why
Renowned FX market expert Eddie Tofpik looks at how the majors will fare during election week.
Today’s traders do not want chintzy marketing gimmicks – they want good, solid and well organized platforms and brokerages
Vine and Meerkat are a thing of the past, despite being lauded as the next best thing just two years ago by people sporting unusual hairstyles. What traders really care about is quality and reliability of their platform, the transparency and execution model of the brokerage, where trades are being executed and how their assets are being handled and secured, not superficial gimmicks
This day in history – October 21, 1907: Jesse Lauriston Livermore rockets to fame. We look at his illustrious trading career
Heading into the stock exchanges with incredible calculations at the age of 15, amassing huge profits, then losing them all, then mastering two massive crises and coming out the other side whilst following his own rules made Jesse Lauriston Livermore one of the most successful traders of all time. He beat the bucket shops, mastered the bank crises and prospered. We chronicle his career
We take a very detailed look at how last look execution is being viewed, how it affects the FX business from […]
Know your target market! Angling FX products and services toward Millennials is costly and fruitless – Op Ed
Catering for Millennials is very expensive, yet research shows that this large demographic is not interested in investing […]
“One of the biggest perceived threats in online financial trading is security and in particular the protection of personal data of traders. Automation limits the amount of personal data that is exposed to human employees and therefore increases the security of the data.”
As retail FX brokers look further toward diversification of instruments, FXPRIMUS adds commodities to their list of tradable instruments.
My good friend Pam, love her to death, she’s the ultimate single girl. If you were to meet her, you…
This day in history: May 20, 2011: Saxo Bank provides TD Waterhouse with FX and CFD trading for UK market
In episode seven of this series on FinanceFeeds, we take a look back at “This day in history” within the world of…
“I was lost in the details. And the devil was there. We spoke at length. The small talk was fair”…
At Epsilon, in Limassol Marina, Cyprus, the world’s central hub for the retail electronic trading industry, industry executive Paul Orford…
The European Central Bank (ECB) published a working paper to analyze distributed ledger technologies in securities post-trading. Studying its various…
The Serious Fraud Office continues to bring criminal trials against interbank FX traders long after the regulatory censuring concluded with…
Last week, following the US Labor Department’s figures having demonstrated that employers in North America have been on something of…