Now in its fifth year, the Quarterly Industry Report includes top expert reports across all industry sectors—subject matters may be empirical, theoretical or regulation related. Emphasis is placed on quality, originality, clear arguments, persuasive evidence, intelligent analysis and clear writing.
The report also includes a meticulously compiled market overview, providing the top players in the FX business with strong, updated data. Forex Magnates’ QIR4 2014 has it covered.
In this volume we have examined the subject of assessing volatility using technical analysis, alongside the impact of “black swans” on brokerages – two topics which could not have been more opportune.
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Digital currencies, too, are subject to volatility, which has been addressed alongside the rapid emergence of bitcoin exchanges. Tech snags which are detrimental to trading are discussed by experts in our tech roundtable, with pointers for stable and secure operations included. Likewise, the report examines marketing trends in-depth, from a web analytics perspective to client acquisition via mobile and gamification in the era of apps and cloud computing.
QIR 4 also includes a report of the very steady beat of the market in South Africa; the unique correlationship between forex and commodities used to support hedging and risk management; on-the-ground market insight on the challenges facing brokers in Chile and Peru and much more.
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