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Filter Information

The Forex market is flooded with information. While in the U.S. equity market a trader has to deal with only a few economic indicators released every few days and national investment news, a Forex trader has to handle economic releases from all over the world, along with all the national and international news. A Forex trader must decide what is critical information and what is just noise.

That's easier said than done. Much of the filtering process fits in with the current trading environment. Back in the 1970s, interest rates played a critical role in currency movements. In the late 1990s, every economic indicator moved the market. From 2001-2004, after the shock of the September 11 attacks, geopolitical realities were the market mover.


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