FOREX Advisory Services
Almost every advisory newsletter today is available online. Gone forever are the glory days of the hardcopy Harry Schultz Letter, Dines Letter, Holt Advisory, Perry Wysong's Insider, and Myer's Energy and Finance. Advisory services are divided into two types: General or long-term advice and short-term signal services. If you intend to be an independent trader, signal services are not a good idea; they will probably just confuse you. The exception would be a signal service that uses a trading method similar to yours and can be used as a check on your own analysis of the markets.
- The Harry Schultz Letter www.hsletter.com
- I have been following the Harry Schultz Letter for 25 years. Mr. Schultz has an excellent grasp of all financial markets and the interplay between them. He sometimes sounds fanatical because he sometimes is a fanatic. For perspective, long-term trends, and to encourage you to think, the HSL is a great advisory service.
- Edge Capital Markets www.foreigncurrencyadvisor.co.nz
- Graham Parlane's advisory service. Excellent blend of technical and fundamental analysis.
- EURUSD Trader www.eurusdtrader.com
- Jimmy Young's long-running currency advisory. Very much no-nonsense and little of the equivocating found in so many advisory services.
- Currency Bulletin www.currencybulletin.com
- A mostly fundamental long-term outlook. This letter has been around a very long time and has been on the correct side of some amazingly long trends in currencies. Written by John Percival. A wonderful perspective and reality check for short-term traders. Many professional traders running big money read Currency Bulletin.