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Regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)
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    1:500 for professional clients
  • ICF protection
  • Negative balance protection
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Regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
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    1:500 for retail clients
  • Volatility protection
  • Negative balance protection
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Trader`s Blog

Market Analysis: ​Focus on NFPs on Friday – Gold bulls raring to go higher?


Market Analysis - Gold

Today all eyes will be on the release of the US employment report Non Farm Payrolls (NFPs) at 1:30pm CET, with traders eyes especially focused on Gold in particular. The reason it could become a very interesting trading day for Gold is simple: as already mentioned in Ad

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Trading the SP500 with the Open Range Breakout: October 31, 2018



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Market Analysis: USD/JPY about to re-conquer 113 with positive ADP data?


USDJPY Currency Pair

Today's US ADP employment situation data release could be the starting point of some heavier price action in the FX markets, especially within the USD/JPY currency pair. There are two main reasons for that: Firstly, there is a clear negative divergence between the USD/J

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How will the US midterm elections affect the financial markets?


2018 has been a busy year in the markets. Traders have had to navigate global geopolitical risks, including trade tensions, NAFTA negotiations (now USMCA: United States Mexico Canada Agreement), Trump's legal woes, the run on the Turkish Lira, Brexit and more.

However,

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Is gold facing a win-win with the NFPs to be published on Friday?


Source: Economic Events Calendar 29 October - 02 November 2018 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

DAX30 CFD

In last week's market outlook, we noted for the DAX that there were increasing chances that another attack of the current early lows around 11,400 points were lik

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