I am currently looking for quick-to-read, spot-on newsletters which are preferably
- daily or weekly published
- relatively unbiased (ie no permabear-blogs etc)
- analytic but not (too) judge mental in terms of causality of events ("market went down x ticks BECAUSE abc")
You get the point I think^^
Why is that?
I am now at a point where I don't feel the fear of being influenced by other's opinions anymore.
That goes hand in hand with less and lesser reading though, as interest in other peoples trading methods pretty much vanishes^^
But although I don't need it for my trading I still like to be generally informed about what's going on and wha others are seeing on a broader scale.. (Mainly out of personal interest I admit )
For forex I have a daily report that is being published by varengold, a German brokerage/bank.
Certainly not top notch but a good basis to build on and quick to go through.
if you are not looking for a "pure" market newsletter, I would suggest to have a look at the Financial Times alphaville blog. Itīs a relatively broad finance blog and covers various current subjects (economics, FX, Fixed Income, etc...)
Perhaps that could be interesting to you as well.