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Trader Review - Option Rally

OptionRally is a regulated binary options broker that is based in Switzerland. They support traders from a multitude of different countries and provide customer support for all of the following languages:Turkish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Russian. 378 more words


Calling the top: 2350 on the S&P 500

How high can the stock market go until it hits a ceiling and tops out? One stock strategist says 2350 on the S&P 500-stock index will be the high-water mark for this bull market. 331 more words


Nasdaq acts as market’s pace car

Just when it looks like the U.S. stock market is tired, the tech- and biotech-packed Nasdaq composite accelerates again and pulls the rest of the market up with it. 271 more words


Trader Review - Ava Trade

The most likeable feature of AvaTrade is the incredibly diverse and rich automated trading package that comes bundled with the trading software itself.

Forex trading APIs and advanced strategies that sell for hundreds of dollars in the market are being offered for… 219 more words


Market's pricey P-Es could impede bull's advance


NEW YORK Mind your Ps and Es. That’s what Wall Street’s doing, as a key valuation metric – the price-to-earnings ratio, or P-E  – suggests the stock market isn’t cheap anymore. 230 more words


June Rate Hike Said Unlikely as Economy Improves

If The Fed Chair Speaks Late On a Friday Afternoon Before a Long Weekend, Investors Should Still Listen

If the economy continues to improve as expected, the first hike will come in 2015: “It will be appropriate at some point this year to take the initial step to raise the federal funds rate target and begin the process of normalizing monetary policy.” Pay little heed to the Q1 slowdown…unless there is no Q2 bounce.  590 more words


FX Market Report - 26th May 2015

Greece – “The Money Won’t Be Given . . . It Isn’t There To Be Given”

Nikos Voutsis, the interior minister for Greece has once again threatened that Greece look likely to default on their latest loan repayment due to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) declaring that should they be forced to repay the €1.6bn which is due to the IMF then they would be unable to meet pension and wage payments for the month of June also. 420 more words