Trading Central Analysis
HotForex offers specialized Technical Analysis reports from the renowned industry leaders Trading Central. The technical analysis reports cover many asset classes such as Forex, Indices and Commodities. Clients can also benefit from a wide range of reports based on a variety of technical indicators, covering multiple time frames that are ideal for short, medium and long-term traders.
Unlimited access is fully available for all active Live account clients with a minimum account balance of 500 USD. HotForex also provides clients with the opportunity to receive the valuable Technical Analysis newsletter, which is provided by the Trading Central on a daily basis.
The financial research produced by Trading Central is independent, aligned with investors' interests and free from investment banking conflicts.
Other benefits of Trading Central include:
- Regulated by the AMF (Autorité des Marchés Financiers), the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Hong Kong-based Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).
- Intuitive interface showing key technical levels and price targets
- Commentary and analysis in multiple languages
- 16 years of industry experience and worldwide presence with offices in Paris, London, New York and Hong Kong.
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For access to real time technical analysis reports via the Trading Central web portal, you only need to make a request once and we will send you login details for direct access to this premium service. Clients wishing to receive daily (Monday - Friday) Technical Analysis newsletters can also activate this service by selecting the relative option on-screen.Please note that to access the service you will need to have a balance of at least 500 USD
Simply login to myHotForex, click on Trading Tools and apply for the desired services.
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