“Follow” is a word that gives a sense of delay. A follower is just behind the waves. But, as the blue bird “T” company demonstrated, it can be all the contrary: following can put you ahead. By following someone, you will be the first in line, just behind the source and fully aware of what he or she has just said or thought. FXstreet.com wants you to be at the head of the queue.
To talk about excess of information on the internet and our website is quite simply an understatement. Day by day, internet users need more personalized and bespoke filters to find valuable information. Everyday, at some point, every single one of us thinks, “Pleaaaaase, just give me what I want... and make it quick and easy”. Traders surely do! And that is what we’re trying to do: help you get what you need.

What does “Follow” mean on FXstreet.com?

You can choose to follow all the content (articles and webinars) of an author or a company (called on our website a “contributor”) on FXstreet.com.

If you follow an author or contributor:

  • you will receive a Digest of their latest articles in your email inbox (but you can of course choose not to receive these emails... we hate spamming as much as you do)
  • if this author also hosts webinars on FXstreet.com, you will get an email just before each his/her webinar to join the live session.

You can also follow them by adding the RSS of their content to your own feed.


How can you Follow someone?

Easy! You will find a Follow button


  • at the bottom of all the reports

Browse reports


  • on the author’s page


Browse webinars speakers

  • on the contributor’s page


Browse contributors

How to manage your “Follows”?

From your FXstreet.com account settings, under the Following tab, you can manage the authors and contributors you follow by adding or removing them.

Unfollowing an author or contributor can also be done from their page or content (article). Just place your mouse over the “Following” button and click on “Unfollow”

In your account settings, you can also choose the frequency of the “Digest” emailings: by trading session, by day or by week. And there is the option to cancel this email subscription. Just get what you want, not more.

In a few clicks you can follow and unfollow your favorite content and be in the front line. You will save time and get to the point with your own FXstreet.com content selection.

If you need help or have any question, don't hesitate to contact us!

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Comment by Romano on December 25, 2012 at 8:03pm

Francesc, it would be good if I could also follow articles not just webinars. More specificaly, I have set Sam Seider as "followed" but I only get mail on his webinars not articles he wrote. He is not on fx network here I can only find him if I search webinar speakers and then click his name to go to his page.

Comment by Francesc Riverola on December 27, 2012 at 8:03pm

Dear Romano,

Yesterday we detect an error in sending the email digest, which has been fixed. From now, you should receive emails digest with latest articles from Sam Seiden depending on the settings you have: session, daily, weekly.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Let me know if we can help you with anything else.


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