Fundamental Forex Strategies

Understanding the fundamentals of the largest global economies and their impact on the currency market is complicated. For this reason, FX Leaders has dedicated an entire section to teach you how to use fundamental analysis in your forex trading. In this article, you will learn trading methods based on fundamental analysis, helping you understand the connection between the real economy and forex trading. Discover how to use fundamental forex strategies in your trading below.

Arbitrage Forex

Arbitrage has been in practice since ancient times. Arbitrage is a speculative strategy, where someone attempts to profit from price differences of the same instrument either in the same market or in different markets. It involves buying and selling an asset at two different prices in order to profit from the difference. Finding the right condit ... Full Article

Carry Trade Strategy

The carry trade forex strategy operates very differently from other forex methodologies. In contrast to the conventional concepts of buying low and selling high or selling high and buying low, carry Trade forex strategies appear abstract. They typically rely upon a fluctuating market and are therefore useless in a stable market lacking a prevai ... Full Article

Drifting from the EU: Brexit, Grexit, and How it All Affects FX

Grexit Last year, the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras brought his people to a referendum to decide if Greece would remain in the European Union (EU). The EU has given Greece billions of Euros in soft debt to pay off the administration after Greece was hit hard by the financial crisis. In 2012, Greece received a financial trim, where half of i ... Full Article

Fair Value – An Efficient Way for Trading Currencies

Fair value trading is a strategy used in different financial markets. In the stock market, for instance, many traders buy or sell company shares based on the strategy of fair value. The fair value strategy is also very common in the futures market. But, how is it defined? According to the western accounting standards of IFRS (International Finan ... Full Article

How To Turn Volatility In Your Favor

After about a decade of being an active participant in the financial markets, I can say that the volatility is pretty high. This one reason why only select individuals decide to enter the business of active trading, let alone attempt a career in it. Forex volatility, along with that of futures and equities, can make sustaining a living in the ma ... Full Article

Reading the Interest Rates

What are interest rates? How often have you heard the term interest rates? Thousands of times I bet, depending on how long you have been in this business. Our team has mentioned it many times in our daily updates and weekly analysis and have several articles about the central banks, who affect these rates. We have a forex strategy as well about in ... Full Article

Trading The Majors in 2015

At the beginning of 2015, we reviewed the events and risks which were expected to happen during the year, as it is usually the case with forex traders/analysis. We took a technical look at GBP/USD after the fallout following the Scottish independence referendum and concluded that this pair would stop falling (and probably move up on a rate hike) fr ... Full Article

Trading the Market Sentiment

Market sentiment is the momentum of the market. All traders have a style when trading in the forex market – some might be bullish and some might be bearish. The market sentiment is the style of the various traders combined, producing an overall feel for the market. Full Article

Trading the News Strategy

We have discussed many Forex trading strategies that allow us to analyze the price action from many different angles. These trading strategies give us the technicals, however, there's one factor that always has the potential to make all of the technicals irrelevant and sway the market in any way that it likes. Big news events from different countri ... Full Article