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In the previous article we outlined the problem of position holding time and its relationships with the overall performance of trading strategies in cash currency markets. We have discovered that in case we hold positions for a longer time then generally the average trade value increases, which given the real market expenses such as spread,...
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Originally this interview with Alex Krishtop, founder of Edgesense, was taken by Paul Golden to be published as part of an article in Euromoney. Below we publish the full version of the interview. Paul: How would you define quantamental analysis and is it a widely understood term? Alex: It is not a term yet, at least...
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Retail spot forex has quite a notorious reputation among many market professionals. It is generally considered as a high risk market and is supposed to be widely manipulated. Let’s try to address the most common concerns about retail spot fx in order to understand whether they are indeed that serious. To give all proper credits:...
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For more than a year regulators on the both sides of Atlantic have been working hard applying new restrictions to many markets. Swaps market was possibly the first that underwent major changes. Then followed other derivatives and most OTC markets in general. Attacks on HFT are another substantial segment of modern regulatory activity. Spot fx...
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