Using analytics in the Forex market allows you to predict the change in the trading instruments exchange rates with a considerable probability and use the information obtained in choosing the trading strategy.
In their trading terminals, Exness clients have access to the most relevant economic news affecting the Forex market from Dow Jones News, the leading provider of information in the world of business and finance.
The Dow Jones news' informative relevance deserves the highest praise - real-time broadcasting, without delays. The news is available to clients, who have opened trading accounts with Exness.
Use the economic calendar to implement an event selection for the desired period and filter by the most important events or by the country of your interest.
In 2013, Exness signed an agreement with Trading Central - the market leader in consulting services in the field of finance.
This partnership enables Exness clients to receive a free daily technical analysis of 10 leading currency pairs in the Forex market: EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDCHF, USDJPY, USDCAD, EURJPY, GBPJPY, EURAUD, AUDUSD, NZDUSD. Access to the surveys Trading Central is free in Personal Area on section "Analytics» for owners of all types of accounts (Mini, Classic, ECN).
For the traders' convenience, Exness also suggests using TC.TechnicalAnalysis trading indicator from Trading Central company. This indicator automatically adds the line of support, resistance, pivot points, and brief analytical forecast to the Forex currency pair chart. To install the indicator, a trader will need to download it to the "Downloads" section from the official Exness site. You can read the instructions for installing and using the indicator there.
Exness' clients can also stream financial news from New York Stock Exchange through WebTV.
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