Daniel Lindsay - Daniel is a full time private forex trader and blogger, mainly adopting a scalping / day trading strategy.

Following graduation in 2001, Daniel has steadily developed his experience and knowledge in the forex arena, and in the wider financial sphere.

He has a developing interest in the growing role of fringe currencies in the forex market.
Daniel Lindsay
Daniel is a full time private forex trader and blogger, mainly adopting a scalping / day trading strategy. Following graduation in 2001, Daniel has steadily developed his experience and knowledge in the forex arena, and in the wider financial sphere. He has a developing interest in the growing role of fringe currencies in the forex market.
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How To Spot a Forex Trader?

Forex traders come in all different shapes and sizes, like Liquorice Allsorts. Across our diverse globe we have men and women, short and tall, little and large and so on. However, with different cultures come different traditions, customs and even jokes. You might trade from an apartment in the heart of bustling London, or in a tranquil Australian beach house in your underpants. Wherever it is, we reckon we (sadly) wouldn’t need Sherlock to help us spot the giveaway signs that you’re a trader, no matter how hard you try and hide.

So this got us wondering, what would traders in their respective countries have in common? Truthfully, the answer to this is that we’re not entirely sure. Nevertheless, we thought it would be fun to make a few playful stereotypical observations and see what we think defines you as a trader.

After a lot of pondering and a little bit of uncertainty, this infographic has been put together just for your entertainment. So grab a cup of tea, a glass of sake, or a tinny and see which of these you can relate to.

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