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    Solid Member

    Looking for good market research idea?? !!!

    Hi all,
    Just wanted to ask you all to try and help me with something if possible.
    Trying to think of new ways and possible improvements providers could make in regards to their clients and how the platforms are used etc.
    Any of you reading this, some suggestions/out of the box ideas are what I'm after
    Best,
    Crimson

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    Junior Member
    For good market research idea you have to search on internet well. You could use different blogs, forums etc. But you must keep in mind that you have to keep yourself away from scams. There are a lots of frauds in this virtual world.

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    Active Member
    Most of the market research out there is copy pasted from other sources over and over again in the net and it is totally confusing to learn from such sources mostly out of date, crimson69. The best way to learn and to analyze the real market data is to follow our PROS threads and to ask them as many as possible questions. Than after many discussions this way you will learn to analyze the market alone and to know which information is reliable and which is not.

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    Veteran Member Ammeo's Avatar
    recently i discovered a very nice app which provides authentic info on any of the desired company, sector or industry...you make check it out..
    http://dataminr.com/product.php

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    Veteran Member uj.forex's Avatar
    financial and market sections of Bloomberg, CNN MONEY, and Daily FX website would be very good.... latest updates are posted as soon as they come up..... forexfactory.com comes up with a number of articles and posts, that are from various sources and are often not reliable.... so using valid and good source data would be better...

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    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by uj.forex View Post
    financial and market sections of Bloomberg, CNN MONEY, and Daily FX website would be very good.... latest updates are posted as soon as they come up..... forexfactory.com comes up with a number of articles and posts, that are from various sources and are often not reliable.... so using valid and good source data would be better...
    Another reliable and reputable source is Reuters. Its information are very timely and covers all infomation in the financial market. If you have a RSS reader you can add all this info feeds, Reuters, Bloomberg, CNN Money to your RSS Reader.

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