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Ecoonomic calendar reader

Discussion in 'Beginners Bootcamp' started by pmgnenz, Nov 13, 2018.

  1. pmgnenz

    pmgnenz Recruit

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    Hi guys ..I'm new here and I was wondering if the economic calendar in fpa gives real time data and if so how could I get the released data to use in my Expert Advisor as soon as the data comes out
     
  2. Notati

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    Hi, yes economic calendar reader gives the right amount of data. But if you really want to be the leader in this business I advise you to read all business journals and articles it will give a good insight of what is going on in different businesses around the world which are exposed to FX risk.
     
  3. Gateluri

    Gateluri Recruit

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    Trading on fundamentals is very challenging as it requires significant knowledge on local and global economics for chosen currencies that are traded. It would not be advisable for beginners to start this kind of trade without previous learning and testing of both knowledge and strategy
     
  4. EURUSD

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    There are so many sources to get real-time economic calendar for trading purposes, I am alone usually looking data on forexfactory, they also giving real-time data news that released, I see some trader using their data on an expert advisor, but I don`t know how to get it
     
  5. Thoris

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    Yes, the calendar gets updated every time the new data is released. But I would be rely too much on it, at least don’t use it as a trader guide. I know it may seem to be very attractive in the beginning of your career, but I would just use it as a side tool to see general overview.
     

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