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If you are a newcomer to FX, don’t be intimidated. You will get the hang of it but to do that, you must keep reading!
The reports were originally developed for FX professionals, economists, analysts and traders at bank proprietary desks, hedge funds, central banks, and big multinational companies. In 1999, we started offering the reports to the “retail” forex market.
The Rockefeller Strategic Currency Briefing
A daily 10-15 page e-mail report describing what’s going on in the market, technical and fundamental. Politically independent–no ax to grind. Financially independent–not “selling” you a trade.
Rockefeller Daily FX Futures Trading Advice
A technical-analysis based report. Recommendations include position, stops, min-max levels expected for the next day, profit targets and one full page of charts per currency. Six currencies are covered: UK pound, Euro, Japanese Yen, Swiss franc, Canadian dollar and Australian dollar.
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- first-class analysis from a real economist and experienced FX market-watcher with 30 years of experience and no ax to grind
- analysis by a long-time professional, not a newcomer and not a fly-by-night
- not a broker or trying to “sell” you a trade
- morning report has simple format in three parts–prices, commentary, easy-to-read charts
- succinct, not 40 pages long like the reports from the big investment banks
- always get a stop-loss and a profit target
- multiple charts per currency every day
- terrific track record–can compare to anyone’s track record
- this is the blue-chip report
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