Daily Archives: July 10, 2009

Today, we released an exciting new version of the Currensee platform. We have two very important new features that will add significantly more dynamic content and also continued to make significant performance improvements to the Currensee platform.

New Economic Calendar by Econoday
First, we introduced our new economic calendar powered by Econoday, one of the world’s leading data and analysis providers. The new calendar contains rich supporting analysis and charts on many major events. The calendar also includes the ability to open real-time discussions and post ideas and comments about how these events will affect trading strategies.

Customizable RSS feature
Second, we added a customizable RSS feature to the platform. Our members told us they want to have one place to view the content they read each day to help them make their trading decisions. We say...ask and you shall receive. Want to see all the Twitter feeds on the EUR/USD, or the latest quotes on the S&P or the NASDAQ? In addition to a set of default feeds, members can simply add the feeds they want to their dashboard. We're happy to feature RSS feeds from some of our own members, such as John Forman, noted Thomson Reuters analyst and Trading Essentials blogger, and Jerry Furst, FxStreet blogger, noted educator and founder of the Investors Education Network (IEN). We are also providing news content from CNN, Financial Times, Thomson Reuters and additional analysis and commentary from Mataf, FxStreet, Forex Factory and new partner, Traders Laboratory.

The Word is Spreading about Currensee - Thank You!
To those of you out there actively posting in forums and letting other traders know about what we’re doing, we can’t thank you enough. Your excitement around what we're doing is catching-on. We are also starting to get our name out there this summer as we release an exciting video campaign, participate in the August Forex & Options Expo in Las Vegas (we’ll be in booth 302 – hope to see you there), and gear up for a fall launch.

Thanks for your time, energy and passion in helping us build the Currensee community.

Happy trading,

Dave

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Be sure to read the full risk disclosure before trading Forex. Please note that Forex trading involves significant risk of loss. It is not suitable for all investors and you should make sure you understand the risks involved before trading. Performance, strategies and charts shown are not necessarily predictive of any particular result. And, as always, past performance is no indication of future results. Investor returns may vary from Trade Leader returns based on slippage, fees, broker spreads, volatility or other market conditions.