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At Global FX Club, a subsidiary of Wright Time Capital Group, our mission is to provide novice and experienced traders with in-depth analysis of the foreign exchange market.
Since we started in 2011, our team of seasoned strategists has successfully converted trader investment opportunities into tangible results. We are able to do so through our extensive coverage of key determinants in the market including the psychological factors, strategies, correlations, and level trading (Fibonacci retracement, Fibonacci extension, trend lines, moving averages, pivot points, etc…).
Under our Foreign Exchange branch, traders can take advantage of our membership service, where they have exclusive access to the Wright Three Tier System®. This system tactically combines Elliott Waves, Moving Averages, and the Ichimoku Cloud when evaluating the overall market. It allows traders to filter out false moves in a way that increases the accuracy of trades. Our member testimonials speak to our diligence and accuracy.
When it comes to foreign exchange market advice, we are your trusted source. We aim to engage with our members on an individual basis so that they can trade strategically, successfully, and most importantly — WRIGHT.
Since we started in 2011, our team of seasoned strategists has successfully converted trader investment opportunities into tangible results. We are able to do so through our extensive coverage of key determinants in the market including the psychological factors, strategies, correlations, and level trading (Fibonacci retracement, Fibonacci extension, trend lines, moving averages, pivot points and much more).
Christopher Rodriguez – Currency Strategist
Christopher Rodriguez is an active forex trader with over 5 years of trading experience along with a strong economic background. His exposure to the currency market has helped him develop a unique trading style that primarily focuses on the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo and candlesticks. Although his technical strategies centers around Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, Chris also has experience in stocks, equities, futures, and options. His interest in the financial market derived in high school when he invested in a stock which quadrupled his original investment.
Liam McMahon – Currency Strategist
Liam is a recent graduate of Boston University School of Law, but has always preferred trading and economics to the law. Liam has been trading since 2008, starting in equities, but quickly expanding to Forex. Liam prefers a relatively simple, breakout orientated approach to trading that uses trend lines, Fibonacci retracements, and candle-stick formations.
Paul Richards – Currency Strategist
Paul Richards is an active forex trader with over 6 years of trading experience. He has a strong economic background and has a passion for analyzing the financial markets and macroeconomic factors. He graduated from The New York Institute of Technology with a BA in Finance and Economics. While in college he was chosen to attend The Federal Reserve Bank Challenge in NYC, in which his analytical prowess was on display. His trading style focuses on a tried and tested combination of the elliottwave theory, moving averages, ichimoku kinko hyo, and candlesticks. Paul also has experience in stocks, equities, futures, and options.
Michael Wright is the founder and chief strategist of Wright Time Capital Group, LLC. Along with overseeing all aspects of the company’s development, Wright also provides an ongoing forecast of the direction of global currencies using the Wright Three Tier System. His keen eye for predicting financial futures has allowed him to succeed in enriching the trading experience for traders in the global market place.
Prior to his current role, Wright served as a currency analyst at FXCM’s, DailyFX, where he authored articles regarding Intraday Trading, Fundamentals versus Technical Analysis, and the Weekly Spotlight to name a few. He also held live trading webinars that provided scalping ideas subsequent to key data releases in the foreign exchange market.
Actively trading since his teenage years, Wright has experience working with stocks, commodities, bonds and spot currency. He began his career in 2006 as a technical analyst at Smith Barney where he analyzed stock trends and performed financial research on companies in emerging markets. His technical foundation led him to Putnam Investments where he was a mutual fund specialist. Wright then took his talents overseas to the Royal Bank of Scotland in London, where he analyzed government and corporate bonds and developed database (SQL) reports.
Wright holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Wheaton College (MA). He enjoys recreational sports and has goals of competing in professional chess tournaments in the near future.