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Deciphering FX using single currency baskets

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Ian Coleman 

I started my financial career at the age of 18 working as a Junior Swiss Broker at Godsell Astley and Pearce (London).I quickly moved through the ranks and was Desk Manager at the age of 29. My passion is Foreign Exchange. The highlight of my career was  winning The Best Research House for FX in 2015 from the Society of Technical Analysts. I continue to study and gain great enjoyment teaching others what he has learnt during his 30+ years in the financial markets. I hold the Society of Technical Analyst diploma 

My specialist fields are single currency analysis and cypher patterns. I use these technical tools to gain a bias on currency pairs.

I will look to post two short videos a day highlighting, what I believe, will be the driving forces for that session. My YouTube channel is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCevBkoNuVl0HACLplkmthAw

Please feel free to ask any questions


Good luck 

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