In late October the mind – at least in the US – turns to brews, potions and mixtures as Halloween looms and faux witches cauldrons dot suburban lawns.
The final two months of 2020 should resolve what flavour of political leadership the US will enjoy for the next four years and whether the next stage of the UK’s relationship with the EU includes a trade deal, as well as providing a better fix on the timing of any COVID-19 vaccines.
With a daily [trading] volume of over $5 trillion, the foreign exchange (FX) market is the largest investible market. One of the keys to success in this dynamic market is understanding where real money investors are positioned.
Getting good data that produces valid, timely signals is a cornerstone of profitable investing across all asset classes.
Investors, asset managers and other financial professionals focused on foreign exchange have long been hobbled by the dearth of good data in key areas. One such area is the positions that asset managers are building (or shrinking) in foreign markets.