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Archive for: October, 2012


Oct
01
2012
12:06 pm

Currency Trading Tips : Bretton Woods Agreement

Currency Trading Tips Bretton Woods Agreement This article is one of our currency trading tips. This is a brief overview of the Bretton Woods System as it plays a vital part in modern day currency trading.  It played an integral part in unifying the world as well as creating the IMF and World Bank. Although[continue...]


Oct
01
2012
12:05 pm

All the secrets are exposed! An Exclusive Article from Archer Forex

I have a GREAT surprise for all of our readers.  “Archer Forex Signals” founding member, McLean Van Cleve has written a guest post JUST for BestForexTradingTips.  Archer Forex Signals has been a proven system to help conquer the currency exchange market.  Mr. Van Cleve has produced an absolutely stellar system for all traders The topic[continue...]


Oct
01
2012
12:04 pm

Forex Blog | Gold & Economic Theory

Forex Blog Gold & Economic Theory   In our Forex Blog, we have only briefly touched upon gold, and the role in the forex market today. Now we will look at what famous economists thought of gold or “specie”. Ever wonder how gold was looked at from a historical economic perspective? This would be another[continue...]


Oct
01
2012
12:02 pm

Forex Trading Blog | Hedge your Investment?!

Forex Trading Blog | Hedge your Investment When people hear the word “hedge”, what comes to mind? A bunch of old guys on Wall St. with $5k suits that are Hedge Fund Managers? Yah that’s what I was thinking too. What most people don’t know is what the definition of hedging is, or what it[continue...]


Oct
01
2012
12:00 pm

Forex Trading Tips | Revaluation/Devaluation

Forex Trading Tips| Evaluation/Devaluation A brief overview of what the heck this means! We have another great article from our forex trading tips goodybag. What we are going to discuss with this blog post, is the difference between revaluation and devaluation. Devaluation refers to the purposeful decline in value of a currency in relation to[continue...]