Clive Nelson

Clive Nelson

Hi, my name is Clive Nelson and welcome to Traders Bible. Just to tell you bit about myself…I have been trading FX and binary options for the best part of 10 years now. After graduating with honours in economics, I began working for an investment bank in New York as an assistant trader before working my way up. After a few years, I went on to work as a broker in London, England and then eventually came back to the U.S to work in a hedge fund, where I manage $800 million of my clients’ investments. There have been times over the course of my career where I’ve had to take a hit, but I’ve accepted that losing is part of the game, it’s a learning curve. I’ve learnt from my mistakes and you don’t have to make the same errors I did. A lot of my education came from when I was a broker and this is why I’m here to tell you that Traders’ Bible offers you the foundations of how to become a great trader.

Strong Q2 GDP growth turns Greenback bullish

The USD/MXN pair has been on a decline for the past six-months. The inability of the Trump administration to push through the much anticipated tax reforms, failure to repeal Obama care, soft inflationary pressure, and weak wage growth had kept

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UK Govt Urged To Ban Unilateral Increases In Credit Card Limits

A charity organization called ‘Citizens Advice’ has urged the UK government to ban credit card companies from raising customers’ credit limits without permission. The charity made the appeal after it carried out a survey and discovered that one in five

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ING beats Q2 view, gain clients on strong mob banking s/w

Despite reporting better than anticipated fiscal 2017 second-quarter net profit, the stock of ING Group N.V. (NYSE: ING), the largest Dutch financial services company, has lost about 5% to trade at $17.80 levels. A y-o-y decline in net profit was

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Aussie up on strong iron ore, coking coal prices

Weak consumer spending and rising inflation have been keeping the Pound under pressure for the past two months. On the contrary, an unexpected recovery in the price of iron ore, strong employment data, and RBA’s upbeat statement about the Australian

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Germany Repatriates Gold From New York & Paris Successfully

Germany has successfully managed to bring back 674 tons of gold that it had stashed away in New York and Paris during the cold war era. The German central bank, Bundesbank repatriated 53,780 gold bars over a four year period

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Election uncertainty, RBNZ’s dovish stance turn Kiwi weak

Tensions between North Korea and the US had forced investors to look for safe haven assets earlier this month. That boosted the demand for the Swiss Franc, Yen and gold. In particular, the Yen gained strength even against the commodity

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Barclays swings to Q2 loss on African stake sale

A totally unexpected charge of £700 million related to mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI) and a loss from the sale of African business caused the London-based Barclays Plc (NYSE: BCS) to swing to a loss in the fiscal 2017

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Strong employment data turns Pound bullish

We had forecast a rally in the GBP pair, on the basis of a robust employment and PMI data from Germany. The anticipated dovish stance of the Bank of England was also a reason for expecting the Pound to weaken.

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IMF Cautions China Of Its Mounting Debt Levels

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned China about its escalating debt levels while raising the forecast for the country’s short term growth. In its annual assessment report on China, the IMF has forested that the average annual growth for

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Twitter beats Q2 2017 estimates, MAU growth remains flat

Social media platform Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) reported better than anticipated fiscal 2017 second-quarter results in the last week of July. However, the stock has fallen by more than 10% to about $16 in the past two weeks. The flat

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