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By Wordwide FX Financial Translations.

@wordwidefx, our Twitter account, has now over 2700 followers and, employing market language, moving upwards quickly to the 3000 level. 

Being a translation service specializing in the financial markets, Twitter is an excellent way to share our efforts to take FX analyses everywhere in the world. We share our own translations into Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic of some of the most reputed analysts of the FX industry: Greg Michalowski (@gregmikefx), former FXDD Chief Analyst and current Director of Client Education of reputed FX portal @ForexLive; ForexLive's Editor in Chief Adam Button (@FX_button); and James Chen (@JamesChenFX), Chief of Market Strategy of UK-based broker City Index. All of them have a unique approach to market analyses. Greg uses a variety of strategies to limit and define risk, such as looking for borderlines or what he calls "trading between goal posts", while James' focuses on the high probability approach. Adam received FXStreet's award for Best Live Analysis Room Guest.  

Both have been currency analysts since the very inception of the retail FX market.

Follow us on Twitter @wordwidefx and join the biggest FX network out there.

And visit our blog Insight by WFX.

Monday, 19 Oct, 2015 / 12:34

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Source : http://www.wordwidefx.com/

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