What drives the FX markets for 70 %+ win ratio

(Last Updated On: November 15, 2016)
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What drives the FX markets for 70 %+ win ratio

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What drive FX markets?

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Trading between  countries

Internal economic activities -> retail sales

Central banks -> interest rates, inflation

 

Volatility with leverage

 

macroeconomic ne

 

you can look at the options to see the probability

currency options yes

 

regression 95% confidence!

 

and Loggistic regressions

On t distributions?

 

 

I jsut look at the data and see if it preditcts… the next move

 

end of the week data

 

well, black shcoles and ito integration

 

order flow no no, I mean, in interactive Brokers… I mean the time & Sales

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/data-feeds/11548-historical-time-sales-tick-data.html

 

 

Charlie, in R, for your regression, is it one or many variables?

 

Yes

 

For normalized daily change, or on the week you said?

 

Weekly

I like it, many news are weekly basis

 

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/data-feeds/11548-historical-time-sales-tick-data.html

 

https://www.eex.com/en/trading/market-making

 

 

 

 

 

 

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