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Title: 5 Forex Careers

5 Forex Careers
  • Presented by The Forex Secret

Forex Markets
  • Forex markets are open 24 hours a day, five
    total days a week, which means jobs are
    fast-paced, involve long days and strange work
  • They require knowledge of and compliance with
    laws and regulations governing financial accounts
    and transactions.
  • If you are eligible to work in a foreign
    country, a career in forex can bring the added
    excitement of living abroad.

1. Forex Market Analyst/Currency
Researcher/Currency Strategist
  • Forex analyst works for a forex brokerage and
    performs research and analysis in order to write
    daily market commentary about the forex market
    and the economic and political issues that affect
    currency values.
  • These professionals use technical, fundamental
    and quantitative analysis to inform their
    opinions and must be able to produce high-quality
    content very quickly to keep up with the fast
    pace of the forex market.
  • Both individual and institutional traders use
    this news and analysis to inform their trading

2. Forex Account Manager/Professional
Trader/Institutional Trader
  • If you have been consistently successful trading
    forex on your own, you may have what it takes to
    become a professional forex trader.
  • Currency mutual funds and hedge funds that deal
    in forex trading need account managers and
    professional forex traders to make buy and sell
  • Institutional investors such as banks,
    multinational corporations and central banks that
    need to hedge against foreign currency value
    fluctuations also hire forex traders.
  • It's important to note that these positions have
    very high stakes.

3. Forex Industry Regulator
  • Regulators attempt to prevent fraud in the forex
    industry and can hold multiple roles.
  • Regulatory bodies hire many different types of
    professionals and have a presence in numerous
  • They also operate in both the public and private
  • The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
    is the government forex regulator in the U.S.,
    while the National Futures Association (NFA) sets
    regulation standards, and screens forex dealer
    members from the private sector.

4. Forex Exchange Operations, Trade Audit
Associate and Exchange Operations Manager
  • Forex brokerages need individuals to service
    accounts, and they offer a number of positions
    that are basically high-level customer service
    positions requiring FX knowledge.
  • These positions can lead to more advanced forex
  • The job of an exchange operations associate
    includes processing new customer accounts
  • verifying customer identities as required by
    federal regulations
  • processing customer withdrawals, transfers and
    deposits and providing customer service.

5. Forex Software Developer
  • Software developers work for brokerages to create
    proprietary trading platforms that allow users to
    access currency pricing data
  • Use charting and indicators to analyze
    potential trades and trade forex online.
  • Qualifications include a bachelor's in computer
    science, computer engineering or a similar
  • operating system knowledge such as UNIX, Linux
    and/or Solaris knowledge of programming
    languages such as Javascript, Perl, SQL, Python,
    and/or Ruby,
  • And an understanding in many other technical
    areas, including back-end frameworks, front-end
    frameworks, databases and web servers.

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