Forex Trading Strategies | Develop and Backtest Trading Ideas | Full FX Tutorial

In this joint session by FXCM & QuantInsti®, you’ll get to learn about the FX market data, trading strategies, backtesting & optimization techniques along with new nextgen tools & platforms.

Prodipta Ghosh (Vice President, QuantInsti) has spent more than a decade in the banking industry – in various roles across trading and structuring desks for Deutsche Bank in Mumbai & London, and as a corporate banker with Standard Chartered Bank. Before that, Prodipta worked as a scientist in India’s Defence R&D Organization (DRDO). He is a seasoned quant and currently leads the Fin-tech products and platforms development at QuantInsti as its Vice President.
Additional Reading:
✅Basics Of Forex Trading For Beginners

✅9 Factors Affecting Forex Market Trading

✅Automated Forex Trading: Introduction, Strategies and Platforms

✅Carry Trade Strategy In Forex
00:00 – Speaker Introduction
01:21 – Session Overview
02:52 – Fx market Overview
06:18 – What Drives the FX Market
07:59 – FX Valuation
09:43 – Systemic Trading in Forex
22:50 – Workflow on Blueshift
34:36 – Beta in Forex
37:26 – Creatin a Carry Strategy
45:40 – Strategy Development
01:01:54 – Baktesting a Strategy
01:16:10 – Q&A
This recording, along with the power point presentation can be found on our blog here:

Most Useful links and some bonus content
Join EPAT – Executive Programme in Algorithmic Trading:
[Free Course] Momentum Trading in Forex –

[Free Course] Python for Trading: Basic –
[Free Course] Introduction to Machine Learning for Trading –
[Free Course] Options Trading Strategies In Python: Basic –
[Free Handbook] Python Basics –

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