FX Bridge Blog
Welcome to the FX Bridge Technologies Blog. The world's most successful traders include options in their portfolio. For most forex traders, you've not had that same opportunity. FX Bridge's platform ProTrader Plus, is a game changer by providing same account spot and options trading. In addition, FX Bridge's suite of tools will help you better analyze, evaluate, and execute your and your advisor's trading strategies.
Our posts will inform and inspire you about options fundamentals, options science and technology, and of course, options trading best practices. We welcome your comments and ideas.
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Certainly, one of the most prominent topics in the FX world is, “Who is trading FX?” Treasurers in the large institutions have been using FX to hedge their profits for years. Why? The answer is simple. When billions of dollars are at risk, a small percent change in the exchange rate of a currency will have a […]
I met Eric in Tel Aviv many years ago. What struck me most about him was 3 points: a) Eric has got a rapier like wit. I admire this because it’s backed up by a keen mind. b) Eric has got a tremendous sense of fair play. He’s a realist about why he’s a broker. He’s […]
Atlanta, GA 14-September-2015 – FX Bridge Technologies Corporation, a leading provider of derivatives trading technology, announces a new licensing agreement with EBS BrokerTec, ICAP’s market-leading electronic foreign exchange (FX) and fixed income business. FX Bridge will provide the technology for EBS BrokerTec’s relationship-based FX options platform for the professional trading community. After an intensive review […]
ICAP’s EBS BrokerTec came out with the great announcement of their working with FX Bridge Technologies. After an intensive review of usability, fault resilience, multi-bank pricing and smart routing, EBS selected FX Bridge Technologies and its ProTrader Plus software to launch its next generation EBS Direct. The selection process verified FX Bridge’s software platform met […]
About 5 years ago, I wrote about the first offerings in options. In the late 1960s, as exchange volume for commodities began to shrink, the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) explored opportunities for diversification into the options market. Joseph W. Sullivan, Vice President of Planning for the CBOT, studied the over-the-counter option market and concluded […]