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Incredible Charts — A very good resource to learn everything about charts.
John Bollinger's Official Bollinger Band Website — Forex screening, analytics and signals based on Bollinger Bands. Interactive charts with a wide array of technical indicators and streaming Forex news. And totally unique on BB4X.com are patent-pending 2-D and 3-D charts.
MetaTrader Expert Advisor Programming — OneStepRemoved.com specializes in programming Expert Advisors and custom indicators for MetaTrader.
ForexRacer — the collection of forex indicators and trading systems for Metatrader 4 / 5. Free download.
ForexFactory — a popular Forex discussion forum.
/r/Forex/ — Reddit community about Forex trading.
FXstreet — Many useful articles, constantly added expert commentaries and forecasts.
LiteForex Blog — Forex articles, news and analytics.
CFTC — the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, a governmental entity that implements regulation of the Forex industry in the United States.
NFA — the US National Futures Association, a self-regulating organization, which monitors the activity of the Forex brokers and protects the rights of the market participants.
FCA — the Financial Conduct Authority is the main regulating institution of the United Kingdom.
FSA — the Financial Services Agency is the regulator of the Japanese Forex industry.
FINMA — the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority.
CySEC — the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission licenses the Forex brokers registered in Cyprus.
ASIC — the Australian Securities and Investment Commission servers as a regulator of the brokers registered in Australia.
FMA — the Financial Markets Authority is an agency that regulates the Forex market participants in New Zealand.
AceTrader - FX signal provider — provides 24-hour intraday and daily FX trading commentaries and signals. Service started on Reuters since 1989, on Internet — since 2000.
TradingView — create feature-rich Forex charts and share them with other traders.
FXSTAT — a network for currency traders to share their trading account activity and for other traders to follow that activity.
Myfxbook — analyze your trading account activity and share it with fellow traders. Watch detailed stats of other traders.
StockTwits — like Twitter but for financial trading posts. There are many good analysts to follow, but everything is too focused on stocks rather than currencies.
Foreign exchange market — a Wikipedia article about foreign exchange market offers a detailed view and the history of Forex.