Daily Archives: September 4, 2009

While the water cooler chit-chat at most companies is about the “America’s Got Talent” finalists, office banter at Currensee headquarters in the North End of Boston is more like “saw you went long on the EUR/USD, so I went short” (delivered with a knowing grin)… Most of the Pips (inside word for employees) here at Currensee are trading on a regular basis so that we can better understand what traders really need from our platform.

So what else is life like here at Currensee? Well, for starters, we have some of the most talented, hard-working people I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Everyone is focused on making sure that the platform is as good as it possibly can be as we ramp up for launch later this year, it’s a rare day that someone, regardless of department, won’t come up with an idea to improve a widget, or streamline registration, or make Currensee even more valuable to traders. Whether at headquarters or the Israeli office or down in New York with business development, we’re all focused on making sure that Currensee is the home base for Forex traders the world over.

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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.