A Must Read for FX Professionals: Forex Magnates’ QIR2 2014 is Launched

This exclusive research and analysis publication is the most encompassing and in-depth report about the global FX industry available on

Logo QIR2 2014Forex Magnates is proud to present its Q2 Quarterly Industry Report (QIR), showcasing the most interesting details and analyzing the most important developments seen by the FX industry during the second quarter of 2014.

The year so far has been a challenging period for traders and brokers in the financial markets. Continued geopolitical clashes in multiple strategic regions, harsh new FX regulations in various countries around the world and relatively low levels of volatility- all have lead to a somewhat stale market affecting the trader’s mood to trade, excitement & confidence.

Join the iFX EXPO Asia and discover your gateway to the Asian Markets

Aiding the various actors in the FX business to get a firm grasp on the changing world, Forex Magnates’ QIR2 2014 provides an in-depth examination of a wide range of issues which can be critical to the industry. From the regulatory developments in the FX markets of the U.K, Israel and New Zealand, to the new exotic markets of North Africa, we have got you covered.

Suggested articles

Q8 Trade Gains Recognition for ‘Most Trusted Trading Platform in MENA’Go to article >>

spreadsheetIn addition, we have examined the costs and return on investment of human salespeople Vs. algorithmic machines. The report examines whether Tradable is to become the platform of the future or remain just a niche; weighed the effects of social marketing relative to conventional marketing strategies; looked at how brokers are diversifying in an increasingly challenging environment, and much more.

As always, subscribers will be first to receive the latest edition, and our readers are more than welcome to send us their feedback or pitch us ideas for future research articles at research@forexmagnates.com

To view a free sample of the digital version of the QIR2 2014 click here.

Got a news tip? Let Us Know