In an official news release “FXBeat,” the FXStreet.com produced feed covering Forex market news and commentary written by Jamie Coleman’s team, has been upgraded to become a Premium service for private traders as well as a product available for third-party companies.
Inspired by the readers requests, FXBeat’s interface has been improved: now hosted on a responsive website (available on any device: mobile, tablet or desktop) with a refreshed design, FXBeat offers a new and easier-to-use commentary system. Another major change is the launch of the FXBeat App (IOS and Android), on which traders can read and comment on all posts.
FXBeat still delivers the same quality information, accuracy, speed and knowledge. The feed’s authors, Jamie Coleman, Gerry Davies, Matt Bacon-Hall and Peter Fell, have over one hundred years of collective foreign exchange market experience. They publish around 80 posts per day, around the clock. The FXBeat feed informs and comments on events first, in a fast and fun way. It differentiates from a newswire as their producers are not objectively describing the market but giving their esteemed perspective into what is important and what is not.
The new FXBeat can be trialed by private traders for 30 days. After that period, to keep access to the feed, one of the subscription options has to be selected: one month, six months or one year.
FXBeat for companies
Another novelty is that FXBeat is now offered to Forex companies. Brokers can choose to integrate the white-labeled version of the FXBeat feed on their website or platform. Their clients will also be able to read the news in their Metatrader platform (on “single text mode”). Besides this monthly subscription to the feed, brokers can also buy the FXBeat white-label app.
Another option brokers have is to buy a bulk of licenses: through this option, they can give access to FXStreet’s FXBeat feed to their client base or use it as marketing gifts. FXStreet offers a couple of customizable features to these companies: white-labeled header on the FXBeat website and static marketing messages in the news list.
Carolina May, CEO of FXStreet, declared: “In both cases, directly on their own company’s website or through the FXBeat website, Forex brokers can broaden the resources they offer to their clients and distinguish themselves from the competency through an original delivery of fun and fresh news that define the themes that will evolve into market trends.”