FXCM Launches New Podcast, “FXCM Market Talk”

Earlier this year FXCM launched its podcast titled "FXCM Market Talk – Your Trading & Finance Podcast." The first episode was uploaded on the 27th of May, with a new weekly episode scheduled for release on a Monday. The podcast is co-hosted by FXCM senior market specialists Russell Shor and Nikos Tzabouras.

Listen weekly each Monday

FXCM Market Talk Podcast

The investing space has a lot of competition when is comes to podcasts, but Russell and Nikos's discussions look at the themes of the day and quickly hone in on the key drivers and catalysts that are affecting the financial markets. The two also make it a point to keep their analysis interesting and as accessible as possible so that all listeners are able to benefit.

FXCM Market Talk aims to be around 20 minutes in duration so that the important issues are addressed fairly quickly, but are not glossed over. The idea is to make sure that the topics are balanced between the necessary depth whilst keeping the conversation interesting. FXCM Market Talk has the structure where Russell introduces the podcast and then brings Nikos into it and the two begin their analysis and discussion of the markets. The two quickly debrief on the important events of the previous week and then segue into the significant topics of the current week.

The two have an engaging rapport that will resonate with listeners and they also plan to do regular interviews with the first set up for Monday, 13 September with Shahar Rabin the founder and CEO of capitlise.ai. The heart of FXCM Market Talk is to:

  1. Analyse the important and potentially market-moving topics that are driving the markets.
  2. Make this information accessible to all.
  3. Conduct interesting and beneficial interviews.

FXCM is excited to offer their podcast on almost all available platforms including:

We cordially invite you to listen in and enjoy what the two senior market specialists have to offer.

Russell Shor

Russell Shor

Senior Market Specialist

Russell Shor (MSTA, CFTe, MFTA) is a Senior Market Specialist at FXCM. He joined the firm in October 2017 and has an Honours Degree in Economics from the University of South Africa and holds the coveted Certified Financial Technician and Master of Financial Technical Analysis qualifications from the International Federation…

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