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Forex Market Volatility Exploding Demand For Automated Forex Trading Software


Tokyo, Japan, June 11, 2008 -- With the recent unprecedented swings between currency pairs during the past few months, many forex traders have been trying to marginalize their losses with the use of so called auto-trading robots. Bending to the demand of the market, one online forex forum has now added forex software reviews to their website to help traders who are interested in investing in these programs.

According to Calvin Watershed, moderator of, recent decisions by central bank leaders around the world, including Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke are causing currency market volatility that many traders want to take advantage of.

“One of the biggest factors in profiting with this type of market is to remove the human factor when trading,” says Watershed. “That’s why so many traders are now looking into automated and semi-automated FX trading options.”

According to Watershed, a survey of currency trading programs currently available and feedback from traders prompted him to review and recommend three of these programs at his forum.

“It seems the best results are currently being generated from Forex Killer, Forex Autopilot and Dean Saunders’s new 10 Minute Forex Wealth Builder software and that’s why we’ve provided reviews of these titles on the site,” explains Watershed. “My intention was to help investors find the program that will assist them in not only weathering, but actually profiting from all the changes in interest rates and inflation that are currently affecting the values of all major currencies.”

Mr. Watershed invites forex traders to visit his site and submit their own comments and feedback on these options.


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 Ben Bernanke
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