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Saxo Bank reduces spreads for UK clients, updates SaxoTraderGo

Jul 24 2017 12:46:11, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited, the UK branch of Danish financial services provider and multiasset broker Saxo Bank, said it has reduced the minimum spread on the CFD of the UK100 index for its UK clients. The spreads now start at 0.8 basis points.   As a matter of fact, the reduction of spreads happened earlier in July, with the launch of a new type of account functionality on Saxo Bank's proprietary platform SaxoTraderGo for UK clients.   According to the announcement, the account section updates will be rolled out for the clients in other regions by the end of this year. Read more

Spain's CNMV warns of GSI Markets, Top4Fx

Jul 24 2017 10:46:52, Jonathan Smith in Market

 Spain's financial markets regulator CNMV has warned of two unauthorized forex brokers: GSI Markets and Top4Fx. In the entry for GSI Markets the regulator lists three companies: Media Soft Limited, Netsoft Limited and Netmedia Markets OU. Top4Fx's entry also has three companies: Shortline Consultants Limited, Fx Group International Ltd and Stocks Forex High Level. The regulator also mentions an individual – Jose Luis Flores Garcia. According to CNMV, neither of those entities is registered in the corresponding registry of the commission and, therefore, are not authorized to provide investment services. Read more

CySEC authorizes ProbusFX

Jul 24 2017 09:10:31, Jonathan Smith in Market

 The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) has published a notice that it has authorized a new forex broker operating from the domain www.probusfx.com. The brokerage is owned by Aspide Financial Limited and is based in Limassol, Cyprus. The company has a license for investment and ancillary services, including reception and transmission of orders in relation to one or more financial instruments, execution of orders on behalf of clients, safekeeping and administration of financial instruments, including custodianship and related services and foreign exchange services where these are connected to the provision of investment services. Read more

CSSF warns of unauthorized broker Luxembourg Capital Finance

Jul 24 2017 08:42:41, Jonathan Smith in Market

Luxembourg's Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) has published a warning against the broker Luxembourg Capital Finance, operating the website www.luxembourg-capital-finance.com.   According to CSSF, the company is offering investment services on financial contracts allowing to take forex positions, but it is “unknown” and does not have the necessary authorization to provide financial service in or from Luxembourg.   The broker's website seems to be offline, so we could not find further details about it, but it has appeared in several warnings already. Read more

Upset Chinese investors hold hostage USGFX staff in Shanghai

Jul 24 2017 07:47:54, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

Chinese investors who allegedly lost $2.6 million in forex trading have occupied the Shanghai office of Australian forex brokerage Union Standard Group Forex (USGFX) and are holding several staff members hostage.   According to Financial Times, quoting USGFX WeChat account, last Wednesday up to 50 investors went into the company office demanding their money back. Initially the angry clients, who reportedly are unarmed, took hostage 20 employees of USGFX, but eventually released the majority. Three USGFX staff members, however, were still being held hostage as of Friday. Read more

FX Mower Review - Is it scam or good forex system?

Jul 21 2017 13:25:30, Jonathan Smith in Expert Advisors

 This will be a review of the FX Mower Expert Advisor. This system is interesting, especially given its recent results – it has achieved significant gains with having a negative pip balance. How is this done? Let’s see.   Strategy   The developers of the FX Mower EA have not provided any information on the way this EA makes its trading decision. This generally does not inspire trust. Nobody is saying they should disclose details about the algorithm, but a few words can go a long way in earning credibility. For instance, we may think the Forex Real Profit EA is risky, but at least they disclose what the system is doing. Read more

Are women better traders?

Jul 21 2017 13:25:09, Jonathan Smith in Market

 The age-old gender inequality is not going away fast, despite the deliberate attempts to make companies give equal pay and the requirements that an X number of women sit on the company board.   The financial sector is one fine example of gender inequality in terms of numbers, at least. Probably in  terms of pay, as well. It is a known fact that men far outnumber women as institutional traders – a study from 2012 found that in the UK and US the trading desks are 95% male and 5% female on average.   The story with retail traders is pretty much the same – most retail traders are men, though there too the numbers are changing. Read more

Grand Capital opens offices in South Africa, Nigeria adds Nigerian Naira as payment option

Jul 21 2017 10:04:03, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 Forex, CFD and binary options broker Grand Capital has opened a third office in South Africa – in Johannesburg.   The other two are already operatin in the towns of Emalehleni and Polokwane.   In the office current and potential clients of Grand Capital can get assistance and consultations on the products and services offered by the broker: choosing and opening a trading account, forex, CFDs and binary options trading courses, help with deposit and withdrawing funds, LAMM investments and information about the company bonuses and promotions. Read more

Trading Dilemma: Manual vs Automated forex trading?

Jul 21 2017 09:48:41, Jonathan Smith in Expert Advisors

Automation appears to be entering all areas of our lives – from home systems, which set the temperature for specific hours, driverless cars to even algorithms writing music.  In this article we will focus on trading automation, which is by no means a new concept. The focus will be placed on forex trading and the more simple robots – no high frequency trading, machine learning or bots which can make a content analysis of a news release.     Automated forex trading   Automating your trading means using a piece of software to make your trading decisions. The most popular such programs, when it comes to forex trading are the MetaTrader4(MT4) Expert Advisors. Read more

ASIC warns of 72Option, LCG clone

Jul 21 2017 07:45:45, Jonathan Smith in Market

 The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has updated its warning list of unlicensed entities with the addition of the binary options broker 72Option and a clone of the forex broker London Capital Group (LCG). 72Option, also known as Epic Ventures Ltd., is based in Bulgaria, and is sharing the address with another unregulated binary options broker – IvoryOption. 72Option is not regulated by Bulgaria's Financial Supervision Commission, nor by any other entity. It seems the broker is targeting clients in Australia, Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa and the UK. Read more

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