Matt Weller is the global head of market research for FOREX.com and City Index. He produces regular research reports and videos on the forex, equity, and commodity markets. In his research, Mr. Weller utilizes a fusion of fundamental, technical, and sentiment analysis to anticipate potential market moves. In addition to his regular research reports, he has discovered a passion for teaching others about trading and has conducted over 1,300 educational webinars on different aspects of trading and trading psychology. Mr. Weller's analysis is regularly featured in the Financial Times, Reuters, MarketWatch, and the Wall Street Journal. He holds both his Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Chartered Market Technician (CMT) charters.
Up until recently the forex market has avoided the volatility party; that has changed with the dramatic collapse of the British pound, reports Matt Weller.
Stimulus aimed at combatting the economic impact of Coronavirus may create some winners, writes Matt Weller.
Stock indexes are once again hitting circuit breakers with individual stocks getting hit worse, reports Matt Weller.
Putting geopolitics and global economics into perspective to leverage the foreign exchange markets.
Join Matt Weller, FOREX.com's global head of market research, as he explains how traders can use their knowledge of the equity and commodity markets to trade the 24-hour forex market. Regardless of whether you're trading FX, the world's largest market has a major impact on other investments. Finally, Matt will explore the key skills and strategies that separate successful traders from struggling traders.
Why You Are Your Own Worst Enemy: Seven Mental Biases Keeping You from Reaching Your Trading Potential
Numerous studies have shown that a trader can turn a proven winning system into a loser through trading psychology mistakes. Join Matt Weller, FOREX.com's global head of market research, as he explains seven cognitive biases that plague every trader, and most importantly, how traders can overcome these stumbling blocks and improve their results.