New Chief Market Analyst at Easy-Forex™

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Easy-Forex announces the addition of Michael J. Malpede to its market analyst division. Mr. Malpede will be based in the Chicago office of Easy-Forex.

Malpede's more than thirty years of direct experience and expertise will make a valuable contribution to our team

Malpede has over three decades of currency exchange and commodity research expertise and was a frequent contributor to financial media such as Bloomberg, Reuters, Market Watch, Wall Street Journal, Nikkei Press and the Chicago Tribune.

"Malpede's more than thirty years of direct experience and expertise will make a valuable contribution to our team" said Ofer Komem, CEO of Easy-Forex Group. "He is very well known and respected in the industry and will offer unmatched commentary and market insight."

Malpede will create and make available to clients a wide variety of reports and analytics. He will also be key component of developing education and market news.

Before joining Easy-Forex, Malpede held a senior position within MF Global Holdings, where he was a vice president of foreign exchange research and senior foreign exchange analyst. There he was charged with producing daily, weekly and quarterly reports on the foreign exchange markets of Asia, Europe, North America and Latin America. He also provided market commentary to subscribing clients three times daily and delivered presentations to the financial media, institutional clients, MF executives, independent brokers and CTAs.

Easy-Forex was founded on the idea of bringing currency trading to the general consumer. Easy-Forex was one of the first online Forex trading systems allowing clients to trade Forex as a consumer product and is one of the only platforms enabling a trader to start trading immediately. Since 2001, Easy-Forex has been revolutionizing foreign exchange trading in more than 150 countries.

Easy-Forex is licensed in Australia, the EU, and the USA and has 11 physical office locations around the world. To find out more, please visit


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